Some 77,000 chemicals are produced in North America, with 1,000 new ones introduced each year. Over 3,000 chemicals are added to our food supply, and more than 10,000 chemical solvents, emulsifiers and preservatives are used in food processing
Where do all of these chemicals end up? They are absorbed into our groundwater, rivers, lakes and oceans, spewed into our air, and added, quite intentionally, to our food supply. Estimates show most Americans have somewhere between 400 and 800 chemicals stored in their bodies, typically in fat cells. S
What does that mean for us?
Let’s look at toxins
The take home message is Pay attention to what you put in and on your body