By now, most of us are aware of the controversy surrounding sugar-free candy.
However, the makers of the sweetest sweetener, mamba, are not the only ones who are fighting for their livelihoods.
It turns out that the sweeteners they make are actually made from a highly toxic substance called polyethylene terephthalate (PET).
The main ingredient in PET is known as triclosan.
Triclosa is a chemical that can cause cancer, and it is used as a preservative in many cosmetics.
According to the FDA, the agency that regulates cosmetics, triclose is not a food additive and therefore is not allowed in cosmetics.
However the fact that PET is used in some sweeteners means that there are more ways that PET can cause problems in our bodies.
What are PET’s dangers?
The FDA does not define tricliclosan’s toxicity.
But a 2013 study in the journal, Toxicology, found that triclocosan could cause serious, life-threatening reactions.
A toxicology report published in the American Journal of Epidemiology found that the toxic effects of triclisan were linked to heart attacks and other cardiovascular diseases.
According the study, tricslose causes a chemical called acetylcholine to become a neurotransmitter in the brain, which triggers a number of other reactions in the body, including: • Increased cardiac output• Increased heart rate• Increased blood pressure• Elevated blood sugar• Decreased insulin sensitivity• Reduced blood flow• Increased cholesterol• Increased inflammation• Increased oxidative stressThe study found that acetylcysteine levels were also elevated in people with high levels of acetylvinaemia.
This is a type of damage to the brain caused by chronic stress.
The study authors also noted that acetylene oxide, which is an oxidising agent, could be converted into toxic gases, such as CO 2 and carbon monoxide.
PET also causes changes in the proteins in our blood vessels, which can lead to vascular and other complications.
One of the more controversial aspects of PET is that it is often used in food as a sweetener.
As such, it is sometimes confused with sugar.
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), some of the ingredients found in some soft drinks, such like fruit juices and sports drinks, contain PET.
However, some people claim that the use of PET in soft drinks and fruit juices is harmless.
In a 2013 interview with ABC News, a woman called Katie said that PET “makes my body sweeter”.
Katie, a spokesperson for the Natural News Health Blog, has said that she uses the product because it is “very healthy and it tastes great”.
“But, just to make sure, I have to say it’s toxic, and I have tried it and it’s still toxic,” Katie said.
“And that’s because PET has a lot of other things that are toxic, too.”
Katie added that she is not alone.
“I have seen a lot more people who have had issues, but it’s definitely not just one person.
It’s really a worldwide thing,” she said.
One thing that the FDA does agree on is that PET isn’t a food, and therefore, it should be regulated like any other food additive.
However it is not clear exactly what the definition of food is in this instance.
According The Food Standards Agency, a food ingredient is a substance that is normally used in the manufacture of food.
It is usually added to foods and may not have any health effects.
For instance, it may be added to food to increase the shelf life or to make it more palatable.
However the FDA doesn’t have a definition for food.
This means that it could be a combination of ingredients, which means that the amount of PET used in a sweet or savoury product could affect the health effects it can cause.
According Katie, if a product contains a lot, or even all, of the triclonasan, she says that it may not be safe for her to use it.
“You need to be careful, you need to do your research, you should be aware of your body’s response to it,” she told ABC News.
“That’s the one thing that I think people are really scared of.”
What can you do to protect yourself?
The only way to protect your health is to avoid the sweetener entirely.
According the FDA and Food Standards, “it is recommended that consumers avoid using tricladlone, tricyclic and/or tricofluorohexane trifluoroacetate in all food, food preparation, and cosmetic preparations, including sweeteners.”
However, a number other sweeteners, including coconut water, are also considered safe for use in food.
In addition, the American Beverage Association says that sugar-containing foods should not contain more