We always knew there might be inherent dangers of nanotechnology… and now, proof is starting to eek out. This may be an excellent reason to eat natural, organic, fresh produce as much as possible…
Nanoparticles are microscopically small particles that are currently being added to many products including food and cosmetics. Chances are that you have ingested nanoparticles if you have eaten in restaurants or consumed processed foods. These minute particles are so small that millions of these particles can fit on the head of a pin.
What does this mean for human and animal bodies? How do we absorb these particles? Have they been tested for safety?
It turns out that we may absorb these particles in a much more dangerous way than first assumed. And, no, they haven’t all been thoroughly tested for safety.
When we ingest these particles, they cause the body to respond in an unnatural way. These small particles are very foreign to the body. In recent research with chickens, scientists noted that the chickens’ bodies developed abnormal digestive tract alterations in response to exposure to these particles.
Due to these unnatural changes, their digestive tracts seemed to be much more susceptible to the absorption of much higher levels of other harmful chemicals and toxins. In other words, the chickens became more vulnerable to toxin overload. The normal body would process and eliminate such toxins more readily than those bodies that had been exposed to these nanoparticles.
We have always deplored the use of nanoparticles and nanites. Because of their minute size, these particles can be blown about freely without any method of capture or control. It is virtually impossible to test for safety, other than foisting it upon unsuspecting consumers and waiting for any negative repurcussions.
How Do We Avoid These Particles?
Buy products that do no contain such particles. If necessary, contact the companies who manufacture your products. Ask them if they use nanoparticles. Of SPECIAL importance are products that you ingest or put on your skin. Cosmetics and cleaning products nanoparticles can travel right through the skin and be absorbed throughout the entire body.