Microplastics in bottled water

Microplastics in bottled water

The plastic particles you consume in food or drinks might interact with the body in a number of different ways.
As many as 90 percent of microplastic particles consumed might pass through the gut without leaving an impression.
Smaller debris, in the range of 20 microns (0.02 millimeters) has been shown to enter the bloodstream before it lodges in the kidneys and liver, according to a 2016 report by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization.

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