How I Minimize Exposure to Microplastics

Microplastics have been discovered in various human tissues, including blood, brain, heart, kidneys, liver, spleen, placenta, and testicles. The minuscule synthetic polymer particles have permeated our environment, and it is impossible to avoid them completely. Nevertheless, it is feasible to implement measures to markedly minimize exposure and thereby mitigate the detrimental effects they exert on the body. Below, I delineate several methods I employ to protect myself against these pervasive pollutants.

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