Corporate Media Covers Up Feminizing Chemicals in Food Packaging
June 30, 2013
Ben Fuchs is a registered pharmacist, nutritionist, cosmetic chemist and the founder of the Rocky Mountain Natural Laboratory. He is also the founder and chief pharmacist of the Econo Comp Pharmacy in Bouler, Colorado.
Fuchs discusses with the Alex the importance of doing one’s own research especially with personal health.
- Poisoned by every day life: Landmark study warns gender bending chemicals in your home, food and car ARE linked to a huge range of diseases
Chemicals found in every home may cause breast cancer, asthma, infertility and birth defects, global health chiefs said yesterday.
They warn the gender-bending compounds – used in toys, PVC flooring, car dashboards and credit cards – have ‘serious implications’ for health.
In a landmark report, the World Health Organisation suggested a ban might be needed to protect future generations.
It says it is ‘reasonable to suspect’ chemical substances called phthalates of harming female fertility and linked them with rising rates of childhood illnesses including leukaemia.
- Bisphenol A induces feminization in Xenopus laevis tadpoles-Elsevier
- BPA plastics chemical found to feminize males-NaturalNews
- Gender-bending chemicals found in tin cans
- BBC: Fears over ‘gender-bending’ Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs)
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