Antibacterial Soap danger and ToothpasteI had no idea that the same things in
the antibacterial soap-hand sanitizers- are also in
some brands of toothpaste.
I never use anti bacterial soap bc it stops
your immune system from developing
resistance to germs.
I copied part of an article in the news today- it disrupts the hormone
system and they are now putting the same stuff in toothpaste-people are so Germaphobic here,
I would not be surprised if Corporations started putting it in bottled water, shampoo, and food. Many
people think this would be a Benefit- Millions of usa people who use this every day think they
are doing a favor to their bodies when instead they are Harming their bodies. Please educate
those you know using these products and tell them to pass it on.
Arizona State University Biodesign Institute researchers has found that many pregnant women and their fetuses are being exposed to the substances via household product.(triclosan antibacterial) which are now known to disrupt the hormone system.
The study comes on the heels of new questions surrounding the FDA's 1997 approval process of Colgate Total toothpaste, which contains triclosan. Documents were released to the public recently after a Freedom of Information Act request led to a lawsuit. And one recent study of triclosan found that it may promote cncr progression in breast cncr cells.
A 2013 report titled State of the Science of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals, by the United Nations Environment Program and World Health Organization, noted that exposure to endocrine (Hormone)disruptors could potentially 'contribute to the development of non-descended testes in young males, breast cncr in women, prostate cncr in men, developmental effects on the nervous system in children, attention deficit/hyperactivity in children and thyroid cncr.'
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