New study finds no observable effects of the phthalate-replacement chemical DINCH on reproductive hormones.
The microbes that inhabit our bodies are influenced by what we eat, drink, breathe and absorb through our skin, and most of us are chronically exposed to natural and human-made environmental contaminants. In this study, scientists reviewed the research linking dozens of chemicals present in our personal care products, home care products, general environment and our food to changes in the gut microbiome and associated health challenges.
There is evidence suggesting that the compost-based, eco-friendly food packaging used by some carryout restaurants and delis contain toxic PFAS chemicals which have been demonstrated to leach into the food–and therefore into the consumer’s body.
In the first of its kind study scientists have just discovered that adverse effects on the body from popular weedkiller RoundUp (glyphosate) carry over to future generations–and in some cases, even get worse.
Do you think you are living a healthy life because you eat a relatively clean, organic diet? Think again. A … More
As we have been beating the drum about for the past decade, scientific research has revealed there are numerous chemicals … More
This latest study on endocrine-disrupting chemicals in our food and products strongly links some of the most commonly used chemicals … More