Macnamara Posted January 26, 2022 Share Posted January 26, 2022 Endocrine disrupting chemicals that can mimic hormones are being placed in many every day goods by the cabal owned corporations to wage a war on human health. The chemicals can have many negative health impacts including gender bending people leading to gender identity issues. Most people are not even aware of these chemicals and will certainly never make any connection between their health problems and the hidden environmental toxins that they have been exposed to. We are told that male sperm counts have crashed in half over the last few decades and if we carry on at this rate.....well, it will all be over for us. It is an emergency that no one is talking about and i suggest a quiet war is being waged against us through these weaponised chemicals. Mobile phones kept in peoples pockets may be responsible for some of the fertility issues but they can't explain away early onset of puberty in girls or upticks in genital deformities or the increases in gender identity issues The trans agenda then NORMALISES the changes that are wrought on society so that no one ever asks any questions about why so many physiological changes are occuring to the population. its war folks, but not as we know it. I'll post examples as they come up How your shampoo bottle could be making you FAT: Scientists discover 11 chemicals in common plastics that contribute to weight gain Study has found 11 chemicals in common plastics that contribute to weight gain It looked at 34 different plastic products to see which chemicals they contained These included yoghurt containers, kitchen sponges and shampoo/drink bottles 11 of 55,000 chemical components in them known to interfere with metabolism By Sam Tonkin For Mailonline Published: 13:00 GMT, 26 January 2022 | Updated: 13:55 GMT, 26 January 2022 It may sound like a bizarre way to gain weight, but a new study suggests that plastics in shampoo bottles could actually be making people fat. That's because scientists have discovered 11 chemicals that can affect our metabolism and contribute to weight gain in everyday products such as drinks bottles, kitchen sponges and hair conditioners. Researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology looked at 34 different plastic products to see which chemicals they contained. They found more than 55,000 different chemical components in the products and identified 629 of the substances, 11 of which are known to be metabolism-disrupting chemicals. 'Our experiments show that ordinary plastic products contain a mix of substances that can be a relevant and underestimated factor behind overweight and obesity,' said Martin Wagner, an associate professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. For a long time, experts believed that most plastic chemicals would stay in these everyday products, but Wagner's team has shown that they leach a large number under real world conditions. This allows the chemicals to then enter the body. Previous research has also suggested that some plastics contain endocrine-disrupting chemicals, also known as 'obesogens', that may affect our development and fertility. However, now it appears they may be to blame for weight gain as well. That's because chemicals from one third of the plastic products investigated in the new study were found to contribute to fat cell development in laboratory experiments. The substances in these products reprogramed precursor cells to become fat cells, which in turn rapidly multiplied and accumulated more fat. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-10443307/How-shampoo-bottle-making-fat.html 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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