Now the number is up to 96 foods and growing quickly, perhaps as many as four more foods a week. It's being put in Oreo cookies, yogurt, Silk original soy milk, Bliss dark chocolate, etc.
This means your exposure to this experiment is recent. There is no nutritional value in titanium.
It makes white food look whiter and chocolate look shinier.
Titanium dioxide can also be found in vitamins!!
Nanoparticles have different properties than do non nano's.
The FDA has no clue whether it is safe, but they do allow it to be used.
Since it is a new food additive, there is no way to know what kind of effect it is having on people.
Keep chompin' down on that metal because we need to find out if titanium dioxide is safe or not.
It might be tough to determine if it is what makes you sick or kills you because labeling doesn't require letting you know that the titanium is nano sized.
You probably had no idea that you've swallowed this metal, right?
Pray for me.
Yeah, Whirling Bliss is a thing. ;-) http://whirlingbliss.com