persistent organic pollutants and diabetes
In today’s world, we are exposed to a myriad of persistent chemicals and potentially hazardous elements even while being at home. Through water contaminated with fluoride, breathing air polluted with smog and, if you haven’t switched to organic food, more natural cleaning agents and paint yet, even more chemical leaching from your walls and carpets.
There are quite a few scientific studies prepared and created to examine the ever present danger of these chemicals and their direct effects on our health. As you know, the number of diabetic patients has been increasing steadily in numbers over the past few years, and some scientists have started noticing the link between the occurrences of mellitus and some of the chemical compounds known as persistent organic pollutants.