Skittles Toxic from Titanium Dioxide

From plastics to flame retardants, the ubiquitous chemicals of our daily lives have raised public health concerns like never before. Inside the Beltway, however, data-crunching scientists are often no match for industry lobbyists and corporate lawyers. The exception, no doubt, is Linda Birnbaum, the toxicologist who leads, two little-known scientific agencies, the National Institute of Environmental Health Services.

Stop eating toxic foods

A recent lawsuit claims a chemical called titanium dioxide, used in Skittles candies, harms people.

Titanium dioxid: is a naturally occurring odorless white powder used as a pigment in a large number of candies, including Skittles, as well as in a range of other products, such as cosmetics and even house paint. It’s excellent at scattering visible light, which gives whatever it’s added to a brighter, richer color. Titanium dioxide is also popular in sunscreens because of its effectiveness against skin-harming ultraviolet rays.

 High fructose corn syrup is in almost everything today it gets stored as fat. Sugar is sucrose it burns away in a more efficient manner. This I believe may be why everyone has been gaining more weight and developing health problems over the past fifty years.

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