Diabetes caused by… make-up??!

While the thots are eating their aluminium like good little morons, there’s a great causative agent of diabetes lurking in all those shitty “highlighters” that do the same thing anyway (compare Dior ingredients to Topshop).

It’s in things everyone consumes like toothpaste.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/06/180620125907.htm
And candy, and food, and paper….

Is somebody trying to poison us?

Obviously.

In the mid-20th century, titanium dioxide pigment replaced highly toxic lead-based pigments. It became the most commonly used white pigment in paints and in foods, medications, toothpaste, cosmetics, plastics and paper. As a result, annual production of titanium dioxide has increased by 4 million tons since the 1960s.

Who bought it beforehand?

Who bought all the titanium before bringing it to market as ‘safer’?

According to the World Health Organization, the number of people with diabetes has quadrupled during the past four decades, affecting approximately 425 million people, with T2D comprising the majority of recorded cases. Although obesity and an aging population are still considered major factors leading to a rise in T2D cases worldwide, Heller’s study suggests that increased use of titanium dioxide may also be linked to the rapid rise in the number of people suffering from the disease.

Huh.

“The increased use of titanium dioxide over the last five decades could be a factor in the Type 2 diabetes epidemic,” Heller said. “The dominant T2D-associated pancreatic particles consist of TiO2 crystals, which are used as a colorant in foods, medications and indoor wall paint, and they are transported to the pancreas in the bloodstream. The study raises the possibility that humanity’s increasing use of TiO2 pigment accounts for part of the global increase in the incidence of T2D.”

Why are Government buildings the same damn white colour?

We know we can breathe that shit in.

Given the wide-reaching implications of his findings, Heller is keen to repeat the study, but this time using a larger sample. “We have already begun a broader study,” he said. “Our work isn’t over yet.””

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