Avoid this slow poison in 70% of foods

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Avoid this slow poison in 70% of foods

When Snow White takes a bite of the poison apple, she immediately passes out and goes into an enchanted sleep.

That’s how most people think poison works. And I can’t blame them.

Because that’s how poison usually works in the movies and on TV.

And the reality is that some poison DOES work that way.

For instance, if you inhale or consume strychnine, you are likely to die quickly.

But in many cases, poisoning works slowly and over time.

Many “poisons” don’t kill you right away, but they make you sick and cause disease in your body.

That’s how PUFAs (polyunsaturated fatty acids) work.

They aren’t direct poisons like the apple in Snow White. They aren’t like strychnine…

Rather, they work subtly over many years and give you really bad health effects…

Diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and high blood pressure can all be linked in part to PUFAs.

But if you regularly read what I write, you probably already know that PUFAs are bad for you and that you shouldn’t be eating them or cooking with them.

But you may not know this:

You can also absorb different types of substances that affect your health (usually chemicals) through your skin…

And just by using common everyday items like sunscreen.

These chemicals can then build up in your system and cause adverse health effects.

Is sunscreen the magic that “they” say it is?

The powers that be tell us that we need to wear sunscreen every day to avoid the sun damage that causes cancer and wrinkles.

Now, let’s just assume that the notion that the sun causes cancer is 100 accurate (and I’m not entirely convinced this is the case).

But if that’s true, is sunscreen the answer?

I’m not really sure about that.

Chemical sunscreens end up in your blood…

There are two types of sunscreen… There are the ones that use chemicals to block the sun and the other ones that use minerals to block the sun.

“In the United States, sunscreens were originally approved as an over-the-counter solution to sunburn. They came in two types: one using chemical combos to filter the sun, the other using minerals such as titanium dioxide or zinc oxide to block the sun (which leave a telltale white coating). With many people not wanting to sport a white tint, the popularity of the chemical sunscreens soared.”

So the chemical type is extremely popular.

And that’s the kind we’re going to talk about today…

Because the ingredients get absorbed through your skin into your bloodstream…

And it happens FAST.

“It took just one day of use for several common sunscreen ingredients to enter the bloodstream at levels high enough to trigger a government safety investigation, according to a pilot study conducted by the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, an arm of the US Food and Drug Administration.”

And the more sunscreen that people used, the HIGHER the level of contamination in the blood.

“Blood concentration of three of the ingredients continued to rise as daily use continued and then remained in the body for at least 24 hours after sunscreen use ended.”

So if you use sunscreen DAILY, you are very likely dosing yourself with chemicals and you don’t even know it.

I’ve RARELY seen reporting on this and how dangerous can be.

When it comes to the chemicals in sunscreen, there is one that I want to focus on specifically.

It is absorbed into the body at ASTONISHING rates.

It’s called Oxybenzone.

“Oxybenzone was absorbed into the body at about 50 to 100 times higher concentration than any of these other three chemicals they tested.”

It’s important to note here that Oxybenzone is NOT a safe ingredient to have in your blood.

It can cause several really bad health outcomes.

Oxybenzone – found in many sunscreens – can LOWER testosterone.

It seems that Oxybenzone functions by disrupting the endocrine (hormone) systems in both men and women.

“…studies have shown a potential link between oxybenzone and lower testosterone levels in adolescent boys, hormone changes in men, and shorter pregnancies and disrupted birth weights in babies…”

To me, this risk isn’t worth it at all.

If you want to avoid sun damage, then I recommend wearing long-sleeved shirts and a hat…

And staying in the shade rather than slathering chemical-laden goo all over your body that can disrupt your testosterone production.

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