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We could be swallowing more than 100 tiny plastic particles with every main meal
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The plastic, which can come from soft furnishings and synthetic fabrics, gets into household dust which falls on plates and is consumed.

The university academics made the discovery after putting Petri dishes containing sticky dust traps on the table next to dinner plates in three homes at meal times.

Up to 14 pieces of plastic were found in the Petri dishes at the end of a 20-minute meal – the equivalent of 114 plastic fibres falling on the average dinner plate given their much larger size.

The scientists, from Heriot-Watt University concluded that the average person swallows up to 68,415 potentially dangerous plastic fibres a year simply through sitting down to eat.

The researchers set out to compare plastic fibres found in mussels with the amount in the average household meal.

They found fewer than two microplastics in each mussel, which could be linked to the marine environment, and concluded that the average person can expect to consume 100 plastic particles a year through eating the shellfish.

But they will ingest anything from 13,731 to 68,415 fibres in a year during meals because of household dust.



https://www.hw.ac.uk/about/news/academic...astics.htm

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RE: We could be swallowing more than 100 tiny plastic particles with every main meal
better than eating spiders
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RE: We could be swallowing more than 100 tiny plastic particles with every main meal
BPA poisoning.
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RE: We could be swallowing more than 100 tiny plastic particles with every main meal
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-16-2018 08:11 PM)
better than eating spiders

Nope
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RE: We could be swallowing more than 100 tiny plastic particles with every main meal
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-16-2018 08:11 PM)
better than eating spiders

thanks
but spiders are nutritious, plastic is not

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RE: We could be swallowing more than 100 tiny plastic particles with every main meal
expensive fleur de sal contains heaps of nano plastic
better buy cheap rock salt

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RE: We could be swallowing more than 100 tiny plastic particles with every main meal
singing wilbury spider  Wrote: (04-16-2018 08:19 PM)
expensive fleur de sal contains heaps of nano plastic
better buy cheap rock salt

unfortunately if youre consuming anything from the ocean it likely has at least trace amounts of plastic in it

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-16-2018 08:12 PM)
BPA poisoning.

including but not limited to that

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RE: We could be swallowing more than 100 tiny plastic particles with every main meal
LOL Imagine what's in the food from the food processing plant or manufacturing and packaging plant that the food comes from.
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Larrry de Seattle  Wrote: (04-16-2018 08:43 PM)
LOL Imagine what's in the food from the food processing plant or manufacturing and packaging plant that the food comes from.

Just used my plastic disposable pepper mill earlier and wondered about the plastic grinding wheel piece wearing down.
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Larrry de Seattle  Wrote: (04-16-2018 08:43 PM)
LOL Imagine what's in the food from the food processing plant or manufacturing and packaging plant that the food comes from.

Just used my plastic disposable pepper mill earlier and wondered about the plastic grinding wheel piece wearing down.

and those non-stick pans that eventually shed off all the chemicals into the food
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Larrry de Seattle  Wrote: (04-16-2018 08:43 PM)
LOL Imagine what's in the food from the food processing plant or manufacturing and packaging plant that the food comes from.

yes , youve gotta assume some plastic gets in there.....among other things Anon

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RE: We could be swallowing more than 100 tiny plastic particles with every main meal
One day, nature will find out what to do with it.
Could take a million years, but can also be tomorow.
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RE: We could be swallowing more than 100 tiny plastic particles with every main meal
Larrry de Seattle  Wrote: (04-16-2018 08:53 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-16-2018 08:51 PM)
Just used my plastic disposable pepper mill earlier and wondered about the plastic grinding wheel piece wearing down.

and those non-stick pans that eventually shed off all the chemicals into the food

only using stainless steel or cast iron is recommended

throw out the 'non stick' and aluminum stuff

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Just Human 3D printers.

Nothing odd about it.
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