Frequently Asked Questions
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About The Chemical Maze
The Chemical Maze was first written by Bill Statham 2001. His aim was to make it simpler and easier to recognise additives and ingredients in food and cosmetics having the potential to cause discomfort and ill-health. With this recognition comes the freedom of choice and for many a new lease of life.
Bill Statham the author of the Chemical Maze is constantly researching new information about Food Additives and Cosmetic Ingredients from around the world as it comes to hand. This research is compiled and released in subsequent editions of the book and App.
Bill Statham the author of the best selling book the Chemical Maze and the content author of the Chemical Maze App suite is available for media interviews by posting a question on the contact form. For general question please review the FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions) before posting any question on the contact form.
The Chemical Maze – Complete Edition is belongs to a family of Apps targeted to the individual needs. The family of Apps are Asthma Maze, Allergy Maze, Food Additive Maze and Cosmetic Ingredients Maze.
Unfortunately due to the lack of standard food barcode databases not being readily available that carry the list of additives included, we cannot offer this feature. We are however working with a number of providers to allow this functionality to be added in the near future.
You can either enter the food additive name or the INS number in to App. For example you can type in 951 or e951 and it will return the details for Aspartame.
Since the publication of the 4th book edition of The Chemical Maze Shopping Companion there has been a growing awareness of what we are putting in our mouths and on our skin. This is no easy task, but many hundreds of hours of research have been rewarded with feedback from consumers showing that The Chemical Maze is an App whose time has well and truly come.
Food Additives can be identified either using the Food Additive name or be using the INS number such as 211 or e211 for Sodium Benzoate
Unfortunately we cannot provide this information online. The only way to access the Chemical Maze research is via the book or the App.
The best way to share the book is to buy a copy for friends and family. You can share the individual Additive information via the Share button in the App. This will allow you to share via Facebook, Twitter,email or SMS.
From the App hope screen tap on the setting button, then tap on the “My Options” button. On this page you will see the Reset Favourites option.