A 2005 NIEHS Study where DES appears to permanently disrupt the hormonal mechanisms regulating body weight…
… ” Exposure to tributyltin is increasing the number of fat cells, so the individual will get fatter faster as these cells produce more of the hormones that say ‘feed me ” … ” Once these genetic changes happen in utero, they are irreversible and with the individual for life ” …
Read Chemicals May Play Role in Rise in Obesity
by Elizabeth Grossman, TheWashingtonPost, March 2007.
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