A serious threat to the human race becomes apparentEquipo de Soporte
According to a study led by paediatrician and researcher Sheela Sathyanarayana together with Erika Schreder from the University of Washington and published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology under the name “Toxic Free Future”, hydrophobic and lipophobic compounds (so-called PFA’s) have been found in breast milk.
What is alarming is that these are “permanent chemicals” or pollutants that are used in the production of food packaging, carpets, various coatings and clothing. Moreover, the amounts present in the various breast milk samples significantly exceed the amounts that are considered “safe”. In fact, the levels are approximately two thousand times the maximum amount considered to be of no concern.
The problem with these toxic substances is that they do not break down naturally, making them a major threat to both humans and other life. They are linked to liver disease, cancer, thyroid, birth defects, immune system and other serious health problems. In addition, they directly influence the number of spermatozoa in men and their fertility.
Anyone who does waste separation in the home is aware of the amount of plastics and packaging that is used and discarded on a daily basis. The vast majority are not recycled for a variety of reasons (even if they are deposited in the usual bins).
What can be done about this? At an individual level, we need to be aware of what we, as consumers, buy in shopping centres. Reduce the presence of ultra-processed and packaged foods in the shopping basket and increase the presence of natural and organically grown foods. Conscious and responsible consumption is essential to contribute to a change in the current production model.
If we use radionics, we can work on a vibrational level and on a frequent basis on pollution in the organism (at least once a week). The ratios present in the programme “Toxins and Poisons” of the Radionic Lite software can be used.