posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 04:46 AM
The dangers here are multiple. Some of these chemicals can build up, over time, in fatty tissues and reach dangerous levels literally years into
habitually ingesting them.
Also there probably isn't sufficient case study analysis to understand the long term effects of even minimal exposure. If there is long term damage it
might even carry over into new generations through chemically induced genetic mutation.
Then there's the very real danger that these toxins could cause reactions to other things, such as prescription medications or specific illnesses -
such as diabetes or high blood pressure - without the consumer even knowing they've put themselves in danger.
IMO the FDA got bought and paid for somewhere along the way and now they just stamp a big ole; "OK" on just about anything... Stay up late one night,
watching TV - and count the commercials for dangerous medications that were all the rage just a few years back
Great find OP. S&F - also you might be qualified to speak to some of the concerns I've tabled. Thanks!
edit on 8/17/12 by Hefficide because: added another thought