the world's first glowing foods, unless you regularly eat fireflies!
DNA and Molecular
purpose is to use naturally occurring bioluminescence (found in fireflies,
and glowing fish, squid, jellyfish, and other marine creatures) to make
foods, beverages, and cosmetics that emit their own light.
Since all the chemistry that
makes these products possible derives from fish and shrimp, it is probably
is very safe to use as a new type of food colorant. We do not have FDA
approval for use in food, beverages or cosmetics but we are working on it.
It may be several years a way, but well worth the effort for the new
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An example of a
glowing food product would be a birthday cake decoration that
glows "Happy Birthday" after the candles are blown
out. Another example would be a glowing beverage such as Pepsi
Light or Bud Light that would actually give off its own light.
It will be possible to develop a beverage that will start
glowing blue, change to green, than orange, than red, than have
little sparkles go off. Of course this would take some effort.
At present, we can make glowing whipping creams, beverages.
subliminal glow cosmetics that would enable women to have their own
radiance. Using natural product chemistry, it is possible to make luminous
theatrical as well as daily facial makeup. We are currently working on
Food and Drug Administration approval of our chemistry for these
colorants exist within the oceans food chain and are consumed
regularly by anyone with a taste for seafood. As of this writing,
we are still awaiting FDA approval of these substances for use
as food, beverage and cosmetic additives, but preliminary toxicology
has shown them to be safe.
For more information, please contact: Bruce Bryan, MD