WARNING MICROPLASTICS AND CHEMICALS IN FOOD AND WATER SUPPLY

Dick Vethaak, an ecotoxicologist at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in the Netherlands, said that it is reasonable for people to be concerned about what is entering their bodies as plastic particles are already present and are transported throughout. He also said that previous research had shown that microplastics were ten times higher in babies’ feces than adults, and that babies fed with plastic bottles swallow millions of microplastic particles daily.


Human hackability: Microplastics in humans could harbor nanoparticles for tracking, data collection – NaturalNews.com

Human hackability: Microplastics in humans could harbor nanoparticles for tracking, data collection – NaturalNews.com
Human hackability: Microplastics in humans could harbor nanoparticles for tracking, data collection – NaturalNews.com