The Reason to Stop Eat FastFood


Still think stopped at fast food outlets after a tired shopping or walking in the mall? Consider again before taking part in line. A recent study shows, fast food wrappers as dangerous as food ‘junk’ itself.
Wrapping paper prepared foods contain toxins that pollute perfluoroalkali blood. Perfluoroalkali is a toxic chemical synthesis to coat the surface so as not to leak due to oil, grease or water.

Research University of Toronto stated, phosphate deposits polyfluoroalkil (Pap) or fraction perfluorinated carboxylic acid (PFOA) in food packaging led to piss blood. The study found these toxic chemicals can be detected in almost all people in the United States.
In addition to food packaging and fast food wrappers, the source of his presentation included a protective drinking water, dust, air, carpet and fabric, killer fire, pots and face an anti-stain remover stick to clothes. In addition to the blood, the poison is even present in breast milk.

Previous studies refer to non-stick pots and pans most common sources of toxic derivative of PFC. New evidence reveals, plastic paper ready meals are another major source.
In studies of animals, PFOA is associated with health hazards such as:

1. Preterm birth in fetal mice but had no effect on the mother.

2. Weight changes in various organs, including brain, prostate, liver, thymus and kidney.

3. The death of a large number of baby mice whose mothers were exposed to PFOA.

4. Damage to the pituitary, regulating the growth and reproduction, in all the descendants of female rats.

5. The growth of tumors in the long term.

6. Immune system problems.

7. Increasing levels of LDL cholesterol or bad cholesterol.

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