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Yesterday, I told you about a study proving hundreds of medical practices are completely ineffective – yet are still the current standard of practice.
Today, I’m going to blow the lid off of a common so-called healthy practice that has really taken off in recent years.
You’ve probably been told it will help keep you healthy… but it could actually be increasing your risks of problems ranging from memory loss to impotence.
Here’s what you need to know to (really) stay safe.
Next time you’re tempted to utilize those hand sanitizers that are strategically placed at checkout counters, in bathrooms, and yes even in your purse… STOP.
You’ve probably been told that they’ll kill 99.99% of germs.
What you HAVEN’T been told is that in the process, it increases your skin’s absorption of a known toxin: BPA.
Bisphenol A, or BPA, is a chemical found in plastics that has become a household name in recent years. BPA is extremely dangerous because it leeches from plastic and into the products contained within those plastic containers – many of which you put in your bodies (like food, water, and even infant formula).
The reason why THAT is a problem is because BPA is an endocrine disruptor, which causes it to contribute to health issues including reproductive health (infertility and impotence), bone health, cognitive impairment, and even impotence.
And according to a study published in PLOS One, using hand sanitizer is linked with a 100-fold increase in BPA absorption.
That’s because skincare products like hand sanitizers actually make your skin more permeable.
While the study may have tested its impact on BPA specifically, it stands to reason that it would increase your absorption of all kinds of unwanted particles.
So what about those germs you’re trying to kill with the sanitizer?
A few thoughts on that. First, a strong immune system will handle the vast majority of anything harmful your body is exposed to – whether it’s able to be killed by a pump of cold goop or not.
Second, the best practice for reducing germs is one that was in place LONG before hand sanitizer was invented… washing your hands with soap and water!