Your dental floss is making you sick

Your dental floss is making you sick

It’s true — here’s how flossing is an endocrine disruptor…

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Your dental floss is making you sick…

Within the last few years, some researchers have been raising the alarm about perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) – a group of chemicals used in synthetic materials.

Such as dental floss.

These chemicals slow the metabolic rate, making people more likely to gain fat.

Researchers know that PFAS are in the coatings of some pots and pans.

But recent research shows that these compounds are far more common than that. 

And, yes, they even show up in dental floss.

Perfluoroalkyl substances and changes in body weight and resting metabolic rate in response to weight-loss diets: A prospective study.

This human study, published in 2018, highlights the problem. The journal PLOS ONE published the results.

The research used data from over 600 people taking part in a two-year-long weight-loss study.

This was a standard dieting experiment… The researchers weighed the participants at a number of points during the trial.

“Body weight was measured at baseline and 6, 12, 18, and 24 months.”

What makes this trial special is that they also tested the levels of PFAS in all of the participants.

And the research did reveal the effect of PFAS on metabolic rate.

People with higher levels of PFAS their blood tended to have a slower metabolism.

This slower metabolism (resting metabolic rate) means that people burn fewer calories at rest and gain fat more easily.

“Higher baseline plasma PFAS concentrations were associated with a greater weight regain.”

That study first highlighted the extent of the effect of these chemicals on metabolism and body weight.

“These data illustrate a potential novel pathway through which PFASs interfere with human body weight regulation and metabolism.”

The new research also shows that exposure to these chemicals is more common than researchers first thought.

Serum concentrations of PFASs and exposure-related behaviors in African American and non-Hispanic white women.

These researchers carried out their study at Silent Spring Institute in Massachusetts. The Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology published the results.

We already know that people can be exposed to PFAS from cooking utensils that are coated in the materials.

Manufacturers use PFAS in various products because of their water- and grease-resistant properties. 

But this research looked at exposure from food – and cosmetics in which manufacturers use PFAS for these same repellent properties.

“PFAS are used in consumer products for their water- and grease-resistant properties, but few studies have explored this exposure route.”

The researchers enrolled almost 200 women and asked them about their use of certain substances that could contain PFAS. 

Then they tested the levels of PFAS in their blood.

“Blood samples were collected in 2010-2013, and participants were interviewed about behavior in 2015-2016.”

The study revealed that coated cardboard food containers could be a major source of exposure to PFAS.

“Frequent consumption of prepared food in coated cardboard containers was associated with higher levels of four PFAS.”

That waxy (PFAS) coating on cardboard may be causing damage to your metabolism.

The study also highlighted exposure from certain types of dental floss – coated in PFAS. 

It seems that the PFAS from dental floss gets onto the teeth and from there into the bloodstream.

Municipal water supplies and stain-resistant furniture also increased exposure to PFAS.

“Flossing with Oral-B Glide, having stain-resistant carpet or furniture, and living in a city served by a PFAS-contaminated water supply were also associated with higher levels of some PFASs.”

Coated food packaging and some types of dental floss may have a significant role in the obesity epidemic.

“These results strengthen the evidence for exposure to PFASs from food packaging and implicate exposure from polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)-based dental floss for the first time.”

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