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Originally posted by ScriptKiddie
I'm afraid i'm not too hot on that front, but as aluminium in its foil form is in its solid metallic state, i would imagine that the bonding forces in the shared-electron lattice would keep most of the aluminium nuclei in the foil and out of the food. Although its a reactive metal, i can't think of any chemical processes between it and organic molecules like glucose or starch in food with low enough acivation energies to happen at room temperature - so it would seem pretty safe so long as you didn start actively eating large quantities of the foil (especially as the gut absorbs such a low percentage).
Originally posted by CA_Orot
For anyone who was interested in seeing Just how Safe your Personal-care products are:
Safe Cosmetics Database:
A friend of mine just passed this along to me today - it rates on a scale of 1 - 10, how safe certain products are. Just type them in the search bar - and you'll see.
Originally posted by Wallachian
There are some crystal deos, made out of natural salts, that you could try. One of those crystal sticks lasts about one year, its completely harmless, and they're quite cheap.
Originally posted by leira7
I been sayin it for years..it's a good thing I have a glandular problem that doesn't allow me to perspire as much..but I rarely use deodorant. a friend of mine said baby powder and baking soda would work just fine.