It turns out that almost all of our daily routine actions are harmful to us.
10. Eating fish
Besides the fact that it is very tasty, the fish are believed to be extremely useful for the brain.
But it is also full of poisons. Which is poison depends entirely on the type of fish. While the majority of fish in fact non-toxic, they are capable of withstanding environmental toxins.
Fish caught in the ocean, often "comes" with mercury. The ocean is full of such things. Of course, if you want to avoid the terrible consequences of the use of mercury, you can eat the fish that lives in the other water structures.
But often such fish is full of pesticides. For example, fish that are specially grown, often together with a meal and received a certain amount of pesticides. This is done to get rid of sea lice.
Eating certain fish it is also designed for rapid growth. It should be noted that the artificially grown salmon contains 16 times more toxins than wild salmon. Thus, the habit of eating fish can kill you.
9. Drinking water
Perfluorooctanoic acid - a rather unpleasant chemical that damages the immune system of mice. It also contributes to the development of liver cancer in rodents, testicular cancer, cancer of the pancreas, causing the failure of the hormonal system, and, most worryingly, can lead to neonatal death.
If the fetus survives, in most cases in the future, the rodent will be obese.
Incredibly, this chemical can be found in almost everything from food packaging, electrical and finishing carpets and, most inevitable tap water.
Rules are regulated from state to state, but in most of the water companies are not checked for the presence of such chemicals. This member has been banned in the EU, Canada currently plans to follow suit.
8. Using a heating pad
For many years, warmer made of polycarbonate plastic containing bisphenol A (toxic chemicals associated with the development of breast and prostate cancer, brain damage, as well as disorders of the endocrine system).
In 2008, some European and American companies have stopped selling the bottles containing the substance, but in spite of that, many argue that BPA is safe.
But studies have shown that chromosomal mutations in mice increased from 1-2 percent to 40 percent, when caged rodents made using this material.
Bisphenol A has also been found in baby bottles. Canada, France and Germany have already banned the release of the container containing the chemical. The EU will soon follow suit. This substance can also be detected in the composition of CDs, DVD and laptops.
7. Use dental floss and hair washing