Cancerous chemical is being commonly used in toothpastes, find scientists

Posted: January 30, 2017 in Uncategorized

Recent study by UK’s National Institute for Agricultural Research reveals titanium oxide (common ingredient in toothpaste and other cosmetics) causes tumors in mice.

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A new study carried out by the National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) in the UK and published in the Scientific Reports Journal said:

Toothpastes and a few other food products contain an additive called titanium dioxide, which may cause cancer.

An additive is a substance used in products to improve or preserve it. Titanium dioxide is a naturally occurring oxide of titanium. It is commonly referred to as E171 on the ingredient list and is often used in products like toothpastes, biscuits, chewing gums and sunscreen.

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  1. If our rights to petition for redress and to jury trials had not been stolen, Malthusian scum wouldn’t be able to put poisons in products without fearing that they would be held accountable.

  2. Kenneth T. says:

    Yes if course; it’s also in the food, water, and air.

  3. Excellent point, Kenneth – the new legal terminology is “chemical trespass.” And as people are becoming more aware of it, strong local communities are passing laws against it and corporations are being successfully sued for making people ill.

  4. I’ve used fluoride-free toothpaste for many years. Once I wasn’t able to find either of the two brands I usually purchased and found a different brand. It was expensive, but I bought it. When I checked the ingredients at home I saw titanium oxide and learned it’s used as a whitener. Who the hell needs their toothpaste to be white?

  5. Actually I think the whitener is for your teeth – it’s supposed to make you more appealing to the opposite sex.

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