It couldn’t be. The manufacturer would no better. Health authorities don’t allow manufacturers to put toxins in things like toothpaste. These were some of my thoughts when I saw this article by Dr. Joe Mercola on toxins commonly found in toothpaste. I suggest you read the article, write down the list of toxins commonly found in toothpaste and then look at the toothpaste you’re using. Then, don’t get angry, just take your list to the grocery store and find a brand of toothpaste that isn’t full of these toxins. Life’s too short to worry about being poisoned slowly by our toothpaste because some idiot company doesn’t have the integrity to make a healthy toothpaste.
Read what Dr. Mercola has to say about why it’s so important to not use toxic toothpaste:
You might not think much about the ingredients in your toothpaste compared to the ingredients in your food or even other personal care products, but those pea-sized dollops on your toothbrush twice a day add up.
Over the course of a lifetime, the average American uses about 20 gallons of toothpaste,1 and even if you spit most of it out, some of the chemicals it contains make their way into your bloodstream.
Your mouth is actually one of the most absorbent places in your entire body. This is why some medications are administered sublingually, or under your tongue.
While you’re dutifully brushing and swishing, the ingredients in your toothpaste enter your mouth and gums, which are the gateway to every system in your body.”2
This is why you need to be very careful when choosing toothpaste. Many popular brands contain questionable ingredients that you’re far better off avoiding.
See the list of toxins commonly found in toothpaste on the next page.
Article Source: Dr. Joseph Mercola
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