Using new direct testing methods, scientific experts on the chemical BPA have made a new discovery: Previous estimates of the levels of BPA consumers are exposed to each day have been based on flawed, inaccurate testing methods. The previous measurements and estimates that have been used by regulatory agencies–including the FDA**–have underestimated exposure levels by as much as 44 times. With new, more advanced methods*** scientists are now able to see that previous estimates of exposure to the endocrine-disrupting chemical are far greater than regulators and legislators believed when establishing guidelines for what is “safe” exposure levels for U.S. children and adults.
Scientists are calling on corporations and regulators to stop unnecessarily exposing the public to potentially deleterious chemicals like PFAS.
More scientific findings linking food additive and nanoparticle Titanium Dioxide (used as a whitening agent in processed foods and medications) with serious adverse health reactions. As earlier studies have demonstrated, the current study links food additive Titanium Dioxide with triggering a host of serious inflammatory bowel diseases and even colorectal cancer.
A commonly used food additive may be the culprit in triggering consumers with celiac disease to experience adverse reactions. The … More
Oh, no. This is not good. A new study tested feces samples of participants and discovered that 100% of the … More
Here is yet another study demonstrating that the synthetic additives in artificial sweeteners can be harmful to human health. In … More
As we have reported numerous times over the past several years, the food additive bisphenol-A (or BPA) has been shown … More
Many people who want to protect the health of their digestive tract already know to avoid processed foods that contain … More
This latest scientific study adds to a growing list of research we have reported on linking titanium dioxide–a commonly used … More
There have been a number of scientific studies over the past several years linking various food additives with digestive problems. … More