This n=1 trial points out two further factors to make a larger trial better able to more accurately determine causality between human clinical health indicators and BPA and other plastic-derived chemicals. The reasons for those flaws are multiple and include: Markers for ultra-processed food additives The first factor would be to determine a blood marker […]
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Reducing Non-Food Exposures in Dietary Intervention
Attempts can be made to reduce non-food exposures (NFEs) in dietary intervention studies. However, it is impractical (and probably impossible) to eliminate them. Plastic micro- and nanoparticles, as well as the chemical compounds used to produce, are ubiquitous in the environment and present formidable confounding factors that make it impossible to establish causal relationships between […]
Playing Whack-A-Mole With Plastics And Your Health
This is a true tale for modern consumers, based upon results from a scientific paper created by the Center for Research on Environmental Chemicals In Humans. In science, as well as in classic mysteries, that which is missing often provides a pivotal clue discoverable only after a bit of detective work. In Sir Arthur […]
Mice Are Not People: Why The Most Important Studies Done With Them Ultimately Fail In Humans
Pharmaceutical studies are among the most demanding scientific investigations because the results can be a matter of life or death. Astonishingly, 92% of drugs deemed safe and effective in animals, fail when tested in humans. The murine model — mostly mice and sometimes rats — is invaluable in the preliminary stages of investigating pharmaceuticals and […]
SSHS-Supplemental Material – Mass Spectrometry
Serum BPA and Conjugate Analysis Report_OSU 2021 Updated-LinusPauling-serumdata_10212021-1 The Center for Research on Environmental Chemicals In Humans is an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) non-profit. Please consider a tax-deductible contribution. Click here!. Thank you for your support!
The Stealth Syndromes MedRxiv Study, Revisited and Thoughts for the Future
The chart on the left was published October 27, 2020 in MedRxiv: as Investigating hsCRP as a clinical inflammation marker for human Bisphenol A food contamination offers protocol suggestions for conducting replicable, causal dietary intervention studies (doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.10.25.20212282). By contrast, the chart on the right, from September 2021 mass spec data, revealed scant evidence of […]
Bisphenol A and Analogues – NHANES
Fourth National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals Updated Tables, March 2021 Geometric mean and selected percentiles of urine concentrations (in μg/L) for the U.S. population from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Excerpted data. Selected full data tables follow Volume One: NHANES 1999-2010 Bisphenol A Bisaphenol F and S not monitored Volume […]
Stealth Syndrome Study – Typical and Intervention Diets
StealthSyndromeStudy-TrialMenu-InterventionDiet-Recipes StealthSyndromeStudy-Trial-Menu-TypicalDiet For food and menu selection, please see the full revised protocol and appendices at this PDF document The Center for Research on Environmental Chemicals In Humans is an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) non-profit. Please consider a tax-deductible contribution. Click here!. Thank you for your support!
Professional-Grade Kitchen – Wood, Glass & Stainless Steel
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