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“Research has shown these chemicals can stay in animals as well as in human blood and breast milk for a long time,” said Schecter. “Although levels are lower than agencies believe to be a dangerous level, it is still cause for concern because fire retardants do not belong in food.”
To reduce chemical exposure, Schecter recommends eating less food with animal fat and eating more fruits and vegetables, which tend to be low in flame retardants. “This research and other research of these chemicals call for the need in reducing the amount of chemicals our food supply is exposed to,” said Schecter.
Originally posted by Dreine
reply to post by Daedal
Well this royally sucks, fresh salmon and peanut butter are staples of my diet!
Meh, it could be a silver lining... you know, ingested protection against sun-flares and what not
Couldn't agree more about there being too many chemicals in our food, however.