The Consumer's Good Chemical Guide: A Jargon Free Guide to the Chemicals of Everyday Life

The Consumer s Good Chemical Guide A Jargon Free Guide to the Chemicals of Everyday Life Intended as a non technical reference guide this book contains information for all those concerned about the impact of chemicals both natural and synthetic in their foodstuffs their lives and the en

  • Title: The Consumer's Good Chemical Guide: A Jargon Free Guide to the Chemicals of Everyday Life
  • Author: John Emsley
  • ISBN: 9780716730347
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Paperback
  • Intended as a non technical reference guide, this book contains information for all those concerned about the impact of chemicals both natural and synthetic in their foodstuffs, their lives and the environment It explains in accessible, non technical language the science behind sugar and artificial sweeteners cholesterol, animal fats and fibre painkillers plasticsIntended as a non technical reference guide, this book contains information for all those concerned about the impact of chemicals both natural and synthetic in their foodstuffs, their lives and the environment It explains in accessible, non technical language the science behind sugar and artificial sweeteners cholesterol, animal fats and fibre painkillers plastics and PVC and the risks associated with taking drugs It also exposes the misinformation and disinformation that surrounds many of the controversial chemicals we meet in daily life.

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    1. A discussion of the effects of CO2, the plastic PVC, alcohol, fragrances, nitrate, dioxin, painkillers, fat, cholesterol by a British chemis. With regard to human health & environmental risks, Emsley usually sees the risks as exaggerated.

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