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For those of you that haven’t read my articles before I will explain what endocrine disruptor chemicals (EDC’s) are

Artificial hormones, are called Endocrine Disrupter Chemicals (EDC’s), the EDC’s can take the place of genuine hormones.

From the day of conception Baby Fetus has receptors to catch hormones, liken them to a baseball or cricket glove.

The amount of EDC’s in the mothers body at conception, during pregnancy, whilst breast feeding, the child’s exposure to EDC’s from food & the environment, can determine the child’s learning ability, behavior & health.

The “Catch” of the receptors of these EDC’s of artificial hormones can determine the child’s future.

Toxic chemicals levels in a women’s body are disclosed in this previously used video .

The video based upon the testing 9 women in New York, showed an average of 93 toxic chemicals in the women’s bodies, 53 Toxins which can cause cancer, 62 Toxins which affect the Brain & Nervous system, 65 Toxins which can cause Birth Defects.

Most of these Toxins are EDC’s, which are a danger to the women’s health & any children they may have.

Scientist now believe health problems such as Autism (causes of still undetermined) occurs in the early stages of pregnancy.

I list below the huge increases in autism spectrum conditions in the UK.

Source: 1966 – 2004 National Autistic Society. Source: 2009 Autism Research Center

1966 one in 2,222

1979 one in 492

1993 one in 141

2004 one in 110

2009 one in 64

EDCs include large chemical families such as the 209 compounds classified as PCBs, the 75 dioxins, and the 135 furans. Only 3 of the 51 chemicals – DDT, PCBs, and dioxin have been studied in any depth.

How far in the future will all life, human, animal & marine be dependent on test tube rectification to fix all the genetic defects we as guinea pigs are accepting from our Governments & there regulators?.

These toxic chemicals didn’t exist in our food chain or environment 70 -80 years ago.

You & I have detectable levels of Toxic Chemicals in our bodies, chemicals which regulators have approved over the years.

They have approved so many chemicals it is becoming near impossible to isolate any health problem to any single toxic chemical.

Impossible would be the task to determine how any combination of the 100,000 plus toxic chemicals affected our health.

Regulators need to start respecting you & I.

Regulators need to require that an all inclusive testing program of products be required prior to approval for our use.

The genetic changes these toxic artificial hormones create are passed onto your children & grandchildren, minor generic changes passed on to the next generation, on & on as they multiply.

Later in life they are linked to many of societies health problems,such as: obesity, cancer, asthma, allergies, hay fever, dementia, parkinsons

We humans in our quest for dominance over nature are undermining our own ability to reproduce, or to learn and think.

Studies have found that these chemicals damage the immune systems, neurological development and intelligence of children.

We now have a significant portion of the younger generations whose ability to learn & think has been diminished from exposure to these toxic chemicals.

We have younger generations with behavioral problems, many turn to drugs, alcohol & violence, their abilities & mental judgment has been diminished.

We must face the facts, we have become the guinea pigs in our vast experiment with synthetic toxic chemicals.

We justify this toxic chemical assault on our children, grandchildren & all life on the planet

Money has become more important than life itself.

Kind Regards John



M. Angela McGhee, Ph.D., Biology and Marine Sciences http://www.health-report.co.uk/triclosan.html




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