I know it seems to people that it doesn’t make sense but that is the reality and like I said, we know hundreds of these chemicals now, we do and we know that most hormones work this way. There is a very good meta-study put out by the World Health Organization and the United Nations Environment Programme on this, reviewing the hundreds of studies that show how this works. Anybody who tries to doubt this is a dinosaur, you know, it’s well and truly accepted except by regulatory authorities. This sort of information came very public by the 1990s. And in the 1990s for instance are not in Australia, of course in the APVMA. which is pre-dinosaurs really. But in Europe there is the European Food Safety Authority, in the US with US EPA both of those regulatory authorities were tasked by their governments In the 1990s to start reviewing pesticides and getting rid of pesticides that are endocrine disruptors, hormone disruptors. Now, we’re you know, 2018 almost 25 – 30 years later three decades later any idea how many they have managed to remove, eliminated despite the fact that we have the literature showing that there’s hundreds of them? How many? Yeah, exactly zero. .Zero, you know, they’ve done nothing. Actually last year the European Union almost did, I don’t know what happened to it. Out of hundreds, you know, it’s not even a drop in the ocean. So what getting back to the average daily intake or acceptable daily intake is set. The ADI is he basically that NOEL and then they say, “Oh look we will divide it by ten or a hundred and that’s safe and we’ll work it out on that”. Well, the big trouble with that is now that you’re going down to an even lower dose ,if that chemical is an endocrine disruptor and works on a non monatomic dose, a hundred times lower is actually be significantly more dangerous and more toxic. So you think that they’d actually test? No.
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