Consumers Tricked into Buying Toxic Supplements as Sales Soar

Mike Barrett
Activist Post

It seems that people in Britain have been increasingly becoming more health-conscious.

Not only that, but the need to avoid sickness also seems to be more of a necessity than it has been in past years.

In fact, vitamin sales more than tripled in Britain in just the past 2 years, but are people really targeting the reduction of illness and disease in the most effective way?

Choosing the Wrong Supplements 

It isn’t surprising to see such an increase in supplement sales. Although statistics for many diseases are still steadily rising, it seems awareness surrounding the need for a healthy lifestyle is also gaining considerable momentum.

One supermarket chain called Sainsbury’s is experiencing 200 percent increased sales for their vitamin C compared to two years ago, while multivitamin sales have also doubled over the same time period.

In addition, sales of antibacterial hand gel are up 145 percent compared to 2010, showing that people are becoming more worried about contracting and illness as well as spreading germs.

Unfortunately, many people contributing to these sales may not know that what they are really buying into is toxic health.

It is extremely difficult to find a quality health supplements in any drugstore or supermarket, and Sainsbury’s is no exception. Not only are most, if not all, of the vitamins in synthetic form, but you can also expect to find a long list of unhealthy and toxic ingredients. Here are just some of the ingredients to look out for, which can actually be found in Sainsbury’s Vitamin C Tablets:

  • Maltodextrin
  • Stearic Acid
  • Magnesium Stearate
  • Modified Maize Starch

These ingredients are controversial, to say the least, but some of them such as magnesium stearate have been shown to cause kidney stones and liver abnormalities. There is no reason to put your health at risk with supplements containing toxic ingredients when purchasing truly healthy supplements can be just as simple. 

Antibacterial Soap is Toxic, A Marketing Ploy

Antibacterial soap is another item that has gained popularity, but that popularity is solely due to faulty marketing and false advertising. While there are many harmful ingredients residing in antibacterial soaps and gels as well as other personal care products, chemicals triclosan and triclocarban are two very common ones. These two chemicals have been used for decades for their antibacterial and antifungal properties, but you’ll be interested to know that they are no more effective than regular soap and water at preventing sickness. Even the FDA recognizes this fact, but still companies are allowed to market products containing these ingredients as “antibacterial” to increase sales.

In addition to being ineffective, triclosan and triclobarban are also harmful to your health. Like Bisphenol A, these chemicals are endocrine disrupting chemicals, which means that your hormone system is being tampered with and negatively impacted. Endocrine disrupting chemicals have been shown to cause health problems like fertility defects, depression, adverse effects on male fertility, and diabetes.

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  6. Toxic Chemicals Found in Child Car Seats

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