Why is Titanium Dioxide in our Food?

by Rob Watson – (henrymakow.com) Oct 3, 2012

Titanium Dioxide is used in cosmetics and vitamins and other drugs as a filler to construct tablets. But it is also used in skimmed milk, cheeses, yogurts, mayonnaise, chocolate marshmallows, manufactured fast foods, tomato ketchup. It is fed to animals that humans eat. 
Titanium dioxide accounts for 70% of the total production volume of pigments worldwide. It is widely used to provide whiteness and opacity to products such as paints, plastics, papers, inks, foods, and toothpastes. It is also used in cosmetic and skin care products, and it is present in almost every sunblock, where it helps protect the skin from ultraviolet light.
Titanium dioxide is a metal oxide with unique properties. It rivals diamonds for hardness and is notable for excellent electrical properties. 
But why in food? This chemical is not a nutrient; it is totally insoluble and amounts to eating ground glass!
The American Cancer Society has listed Titanium Dioxide among the five most carcinogenic substances on the planet. It is considered a cause of Asthma, cancer, kidney disease,  Alzheimer’s and fertility loss. There are many animal studies on the Internet linking this chemical to the above diseases.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified it as an IARC Group 2B carcinogen ”possibly carcinogen to humans”. 
But the real explanation may be political control. When one considers the military effectiveness of this chemical, one begins to realize that we are being “magnetized” for control by future electromagnetic weapons and tasers.

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