• New Study Shows Disturbing Amounts of Plastic in Baby Poop

    5 days ago - By Mercola

    A recent study published in Environmental Science and Technology Letters 1 showed there was more polyethylene terephthalate in the feces of infants than there was in adults. This may not be surprising since past testing has demonstrated the ubiquitous nature of plastics.
    When researchers want to evaluate the spread of a toxin, they analyze ants as they are found in nearly every corner of the Earth. In 2014, a group of researchers published data 2 demonstrating plastics were embedded in the cuticle of ants sampled from France, Spain, Morocco, Hungary and Burkina Faso. They wrote that...
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