Toxic Cookware Chemicals Have Polluted Drinking Water for Millions

Teflon more dangerous than previously thought
It seems like anything we consume and chemically manufactured is at a high health risk. And it makes sense. Chemicals are not of a natural substance, and should not be part in our food chain. That includes most medicines, vaccines and all processed foods. Less than 1 percent of the world's freshwater is readily accessible and much of it has been polluted by industrial runoff, most of which contains heavy metals and other chemicals.

According to a recent Harvard study, 16.5 million Americans have detectable levels of at least one kind of polyfluoroalkyl or perfluoroalkyl chemical (PFASs) in their drinking water. About 6 million Americans are drinking water that contains PFAS at or above the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) safety level.

These industrial chemicals have been linked to a number of health problems, from obesity and hormonal problems to impaired immune function5 and cancer, and the study's authors warn that PFASs may contribute to illness even below the EPA's safety level. READ >>


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