“Inactive” ingredients causing heart disease

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They’re in every supplement and pill — they are called excipients and they’re not as “inactive” as they sound…

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“Inactive” ingredients causing heart disease

I’m sick of all the assumptions that our medical system makes about “safety.”

We assume that it’s only the active ingredients in the substances we take that put us at risk, and that everything that’s listed as inactive is probably safe.

But that simply isn’t true.

Big Pharma’s treatments are made up of a lot more inert ingredients than active ingredients… 

And we are only now taking a look at how these interact with our bodies, both on their own and in combination with the ingredients in other substances.

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What are inert ingredients?

The treatments we take are made up of tiny amounts of the actual “active ingredient.”

The rest is made of inert ingredients, or what are called excipients.

Most medications include only a relatively small amount of their active ‘chemical’ ingredient by mass (for instance, the acetaminophen in Tylenol and other medications). The rest of any given ‘tablet’, liquid or injectable can be composed of ingredients including preservatives, dyes, antimicrobials and other compounds known as excipients. These ingredients play critical roles in making sure a ‘treatment’s’ active ingredient is delivered safely and effectively, as well as conferring important qualities like shelf stability and the ability to quickly distinguish ‘tablets’ by color.

These ingredients give treatments their colors and provide a carrier for the active substance.

You need them for the pharma industry to work, but there are a lot of assumptions made about these substances.

Are these supposedly inert ingredients safe?

Weirdly, these excipients are widely considered “safe,” but they haven’t been studied in any kind of depth.

Excipients are generally accepted to be biologically inactive based on their long history of use, or because they don’t produce any obvious toxicity in animal studies. But few studies have looked for more subtle effects of long-term exposure to these compounds or how they might interact in people who take multiple different ‘treatments’ that include these ingredients.

Researchers at the UCSF Department of Pharma Chemistry noticed this and started looking into it.

There were 3,296 different inactive ingredients used in substances that they looked at.

That seems like a mind-blowing number to me, but that is the real number.

38 of those have the potential to interact with the human body.

As reported in their new study, published July 23, 2020, online in Science, the researchers have now systematically screened 3,296 excipients contained in the inactive ingredient database, and identified 38 excipient molecules that interact with 134 important human enzymes and receptors.

This study wasn’t done on actual humans, but looked at molecules that have possible interactions in humans.

The research team emphasizes that their study, which did not look for actual effects on human patients, is only intended to flag molecules with the potential to pose negative health effects, and the examples they list will need to be further studied to understand how they might contribute to side effects of ‘substances’ in which they are found.

38 molecules out of over 3,296 may not seem like a lot…

But if you happen to get one of those molecules and you get a negative reaction that you don’t know where it came from — it might very well be a problem.

The simple fact that none of these have been studied for long term effects until now should raise alarms.

Especially since Big Pharma is pushing more and more substances on us that we are supposed to take every single day.

This means more and more people are taking these types of substances on a regular basis. 

I don’t think that the inert ingredients in treatments are a major crisis for health…

But until we know more about them and about chemicals in general, I encourage you to ask questions and only take the substances you absolutely have to have.

The more Big Pharma products you take, the more likely you are to get negative interactions with those substances.

Remember: it’s up to you to advocate for your own health.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.