the question I asked to get the following information at the search engine was "Is there dioxin in bleach?"
- Elemental Chlorine (also called "Chlorine Gas") bleach, which is the main cause of Dioxin pollution (however, since the early 1990s, this substance has not been used as a bleaching agent in the manufacture of these products in Europe and North America);
What products have dioxin in them?
Since dioxin is fat-soluble, it bioaccumulates, climbing up the food chain.
A North American eating a typical North American diet will receive 93% of their dioxin exposure
from meat and dairy products (23% is from milk and dairy alone; the other large sources
of exposure are beef, fish, pork, poultry and eggs).
Dioxin is one of the chemicals with "NO SAFE LEVEL" for anything that has DNA on earth. It was what
caused Toxic Shock syndrome when feminine hygiene products like Tampons had them in them from
bleaching them white. But, because it was in napkins, toilet paper and all white paper until the 1990s
it is literally everywhere in the environment around the world. So, that's why it still climbs up the food chain.
still is causing babies to be born there in the DMZ with 2 or 3 heads and multiple (beyond 2 arms and two legs) etc.
This is what dioxin does to people, it deforms babies with enough exposure.
A chemically modified version of dioxin (under another name is in Roundup) by the way that people spray
around their homes in the U.S. still. IT causes plants to deform and die. And in humans it causes
ectopic pregnancies and deformed babies if they don't die in the womb before.
I never use Roundup around my home by the way or any other chemical to kill plants.