By: James Baker, The Wall St. JournalLONDON—The world is drowning in plastic, but a new wave of research has identified the key ingredients that keep it going.
And it turns out they’re all in our own bodies.
The problem is that we’re making these plastics in a way that causes harm, says Dr. David Nutt, a plastic scientist at Imperial College London.
In fact, the plastics we’re using to make our life so much easier and more pleasant are the same ones that cause us more pain and disease.
They’re called polycarbonate and polyester, and they’re in so many products we use daily—from plastic bags to toothpaste to shampoo to toothbrushes—that we often don’t even notice them.
But, like all toxic chemicals, they’re everywhere.
The plastics we use to make plastic bags and paper products are made of polycarbonates.
And plastic, a very sticky and flexible plastic, is also made from polyesters, polyethylene and polypropylene.
In other words, we’re constantly putting these toxic chemicals into our bodies.
It’s the same process that produces carbon monoxide, which is one of the most dangerous forms of pollution.
So when we get a bad smell from a plastic bag, for example, we can’t help but think of the plastic bags that are still on the floor of our homes.
And as these toxic compounds accumulate in our bodies, they can wreak havoc on the cells of the nervous system, including the brain, heart and other organs.
That’s why we’ve known for years that a chemical called dihydrobenzoic acid is a particularly powerful neurotoxin.
The chemical is made in the body when the body breaks down the dihydroxybenzoate, or DHA, a fatty acid.
DHA is essential for the nervous and nervous system to function properly, and it also helps our bodies produce neurotransmitters and other chemicals that are vital to brain function.
The more the body can’t process DHA properly, the more it’s toxic, which causes brain damage and other health problems.
When we eat certain foods, the body converts some of this DHA to acetyl-CoA, which we can then use to fuel our cells.
And that’s why it’s so hard to get enough DHA in our diets.
But as the brain gets older and our cells get smaller, more of this fatty acid is destroyed, leading to more problems.
In fact, it’s the reason why it is very hard for the body to recover from obesity, diabetes and other serious diseases.
To make things worse, the chemicals we’re putting into our cells can trigger other diseases in the brain.
That’s because the chemicals in our cells are constantly changing and changing, and when we make them, they have to.
What we need is to find the key elements that keep these chemicals in check.
In the past, we knew that the key chemicals to keeping plastics out of our bodies were polypropylene and methylene chloride, which are naturally found in our tissues and food.
But they’re also found in plastics made by other companies.
And those plastics are often made with the ingredients that we already know cause cancer and heart disease.
“Now we know there are many more chemicals that contribute to our health problems than we think,” Nutt says.
“We have to find out what’s in our food and how it’s made.”
We need to find those chemicals that make our bodies and our brains function properly to prevent a host of other health issues, such as obesity, dementia and other neurological disorders.
So what are these chemicals and how do they contribute to disease?
And what can we do about them?
Polypropylenac, the compound found in plastic bags, is a major chemical in plastic.
It’s the most common chemical in polycarbonated plastics.
It is a very strong chemical that can dissolve plastics, but it can also break down DNA and other proteins that are critical to cell function.
It can also cause a chemical reaction called lipolysis, in which fatty acids break down protein and other molecules.
The same chemical found in certain food and beverage products is also a toxicant, and can also be found in some other plastics.
The problem is, the amount of polypropyrene that you find in food and drink is not nearly as much as the amount found in the plastic bag.
That means you’re still exposed to more toxic chemicals than you’re used to, and that leads to chronic health problems and a higher risk of diseases like diabetes, heart disease and other types of disease.
There’s also a concern that, because these plastics are so common in our everyday lives, the health effects of plastic pollution may be much worse than we know.
And the problem is exacerbated by the fact that plastics are made with so many other toxic chemicals.
“You can’t put everything into one category and be done with it,” Nutts says.
So the next time you’re