• Lead paint, and resulting lead dust, found in and around homes built before 1978 (lead-based paint was banned in 1978). Lead dust from deteriorated lead-based paint is the most significant contributor to childhood lead poisoning.
• Lead from automobile emissions (before leaded gasoline was finally banned in 1986) that has been deposited on land and surface water.
• Lead in occupational settings (often brought home on clothes or skin).
• Lead from industrial emissions, such as lead smelters, lead mining, hazardous waste sites, and battery-recycling plants.
• Lead in drinking water caused by lead-containing plumbing.
• Lead-containing tableware, such as leaded-crystal glassware and lead-glazed pottery.
• Certain hobbies and activities that use lead (e.g., car radiator repair, target shooting, stained-glass making, glass or metal soldering).
• Certain folk remedies that contain lead (e.g., azarcon, greta).
He claims that Magnesium Stearate suppresses T cells—your natural killer cells. He goes on to say that “stearic acid causes the collapse of cell membrane integrity—an effect that was found to be time and dose dependent
—which, ultimately, can destroy cell function.
Your customers are aware of this – Choose a manufacturer that can manufacture without Magnesium Stearate. Of course it is more expensive – but the net result is more profitable.