It seems that Triton X-100, Tween 20 and Tween 80 are ingredients in DDT spray. This was the insecticide that was used in the 1940s and 1950s that was sprayed on vegetables and crops (people as well) at the height of the polio epidemics. The maker of DDT was a company called Geigy, now know as Novartis Pharmaceuticals, a vaccine manufacturer.
Vaccines which contain these chemicals are:
"If you find from your own experience that something is a fact and it contradicts what some authority has written down, then you must abandon the authority and base your reasoning on your own findings"~ Leonardo da Vinci
That's just sick.
You know, I can kind of understand why people are pro-vax, but I'll never understand why these people don't demand cleaner vaccines for their children. Boggles my mind how we just sit down and allow this junk to be injected into babies. I get it, you want the "security" of vaccines, but why in the world would you allow them to poison your kids with all these toxins in the process? Madness.
Breastfeeding, non-vaxing, homeschooling, baby wearing, cosleeping, non-cic'ing mama to CJAGJJSD And married my highschool sweetheartAnd expecting #5 in Nov. 2014
Be honest. If you like ice cream, you get a dose of polysorbate 80 as it is an ingredient. "Polysorbate 80 is often used in food and other products as an emulsifier in foods, particularly in ice cream. It is added to up to 0.5% (v/v) concentration and makes the ice cream smoother and easier to handle, as well as increasing its resistance to melting." An emulsifier is a substance that stabilizes an emulsion by increasing its kinetic stability. One class of emulsifiers is known as "surface active agents", or surfactants. Dish soap and detergents are surfactants. Dish soap helps water and fats to mix or "emulsify".
And I will be honest. There is a big difference between injecting something and taking it into the digestive system where it is absorbed, cleared, and filtered through the stomach, liver, kidneys and intestines.
Speaking of ice cream, I'm eating some homemade stuff right now...of the coconut milk variety! I did love ice cream, but giving up dairy because of DD's sensitivities (and my own) brought me to the world of coconut milk ice cream and OMG it's heavenly
Good for you! Yum!
Of course, I was referring to the commercially made ice cream available in almost any supermarket in these United States.
I avoid ice cream as it is not good for me for several reasons.