Nanoparticles Found in Many Foods Could Wreak Havoc with Your Gut Microbiome

Rob Verkerk

If anyone tried to convince you that size isn’t important, let them know that sometimes it is. Especially when it comes to the size of things we consume or inject into our bodies.

Remember the lipid nanoparticles used to carry mRNA “vaccine” cargo into our cells?

Well, it turns out that some metal compounds, like zinc or iron oxide that are used as sources of zinc and iron in cheap food supplements, may damage the mucosal lining, increase the permeability of our guts and disrupt gut microbial communities when delivered as nanoparticles.

Worse than that, nanoparticles of titanium and silicon dioxide, especially the former, could be more harmful still.

Latest articles

Salle de presse Scientists at the CRCHUM find that a bacterium called...
Robin Monotti I think for three years there’s been a fight over...
William S. Bathgate Building Biology Environmental Consultant William S. Bathgate discusses the...
Lloyd Burrell Electricity was originally introduced to the mass population in the...
Mudan Cai and Eun Jin Yang Background: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a...

Thank you!

Thank you for your membership application. As soon as your payment has been received your membership will be activated and you will be informed via email.

Thank you.

Thank you!

The form has been submitted successfully!