Pesticides invade our body through food

A product that we do not detect and that we usually eat at meals are Pesticides, these they enter our organs, our muscles, sooner or later they end up seriously affecting us.

Not long ago we talked directly to the Palate about the study conducted by scientists from the University of Liverpool (England) and subsequently published in the Journal of Nutrition and Enviromental Medicine, they showed us a possibility that until then had not been estimated , chemical substances that could cause cancer and that had been considered harmless, came from plastics and pesticides.

We now know from the hand of a team from the San Cecilio University Hospital (Granada) a discovery that demonstrates the potential danger of indiscriminate use of pesticides. This group analyzed 150 placentas of women residing in southern Spain after giving birth, the result showed a malignant content, no less than 8 different types of pesticides. Many are the problems that are associated with these substances, especially in fetuses and newborns.

The action of many substances in the human organism is still unknown, yet they are still used for a good harvest and therefore a good profitability. It is incomprehensible that the appropriate measures are not taken and that, in the face of recent discoveries about pesticides, the European Community does not totally prohibit the use of any product of which the possible incidents in humans are unknown. An interesting post to remember and which refers to the serious problem in which the majority of the population is involved is the one that talked about the detection of toxic substances in numerous foods of the European Union.

Another added problem is the use of different pesticides in the various products of our food, all of them are combined in a special shaker, our body. What will result from this combination? In the end, the logical option and the only way forward will be a diet with organic products.

Video: Dangers of Pesticides, Food Additives Documentary Film (November 2019).