Skip to comments.There’s metal in your dairy products (titanium dioxide)
Posted on 06/13/2014 11:59:27 PM PDT by Olog-hai
How about a side of silver with your yogurt? According to an ongoing inventory by the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies (PEN), 96 food items containing nano-sized particles of titanium dioxideincluding many found in the dairy aislehave hit the market. And that number is up from just eight foods in 2008. [ ]
So whats the big deal? In short, too many unanswered questions. In 2012, the FDA released a draft revealing its many safety concerns about nanoparticles in food. Specifically, they worry that nanoparticles alter the bioavailability, or how much your body can absorb of a substance, and may cause unforeseen safety or health issues that arent present in traditionally manufactured foods.
(Excerpt) Read more at foxnews.com ...
Will Titanium dioxide make me bullet proof?
So, FDA is worried about a nano particle yet is fine with GMO. ok.
There’s a big difference between oxides and ores, and metal salts, and the pure metal. And different metals cause problems in different forms. Titanium dioxide is *widely* used as a food coloring, and in plenty of other human-interactive applications like sunscreen and makeup. On the other hand, sodium is fairly dangerous in metallic form, but is biologically useful in its salt form when combined with chlorine (another chemical that is horrifically dangerous to life on its own).
As an example in the other direction, pure metallic (elemental) mercury is only modestly harmful by itself, mostly because it emits mercury vapor, but its ethyl and methyl forms are highly bioavailable and permanently damage critical cellular functions.
As long as there isn’t any Kryptonite dioxide in it, then I’m safe.
About 3 out of every 4 dairy cows slaughtered for ground beef has some degree of hardware disease. In most cases it isn’t serious enough to puncture an organ and cause peritonitis, but it is certainly present in trace amounts to beef consumers. I imagine the problem is equally widespread in beef steers as well. You find roofing nails, bailing wire, food packaging ... all kinds of things; you put it in front of them and they will eat it.
Kryptonite does not form oxides.
It does if you mix it with milk.
Are we eating robobeef?
Nobody does that.
If cattle ate mostly grass then they would tend to consume a sufficient amount of minerals. However, if they are mostly being fed corn then I could see where they might have mineral deficiencies which they compensate for by eating whatever iron objects are ready to eat.
Most feedstock eats a certain amount of hardware. Been going on as long as there have been nails. Most farmers don’t even refer to it as “hardware disease,” just as plain ‘ol “hardware.”
If it induced spontaneous healing, obamacare would ban it.
First you have to mix the milk with Hershey's syrup, then you slowly add the Kryptonite and it will oxidize into Kryptonite Dioxide. It oxidizes faster if you put in in a blender. But then it becomes unstable. That's how Lex Luther lost his hair.
Never heard of yellowcake kryptonite?
So that is why I have insomnia, I’m leaving the Kryptonite out of my bedtime milk?
What you do find, and often mentioned on the label, is silicon dioxide. Sometimes that occurs also as sodium aluminosilicate. since I have a B. S. in Ceramic Engineering, I am aware of the significance of these materials.
I thought Valerie Plame’s husband put an end to those silly rumors years ago...
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.