Sunday, February 26, 2017
A recent study by scientists found that an ingredient, commonly found in toothpaste, could cause cancer.
The ingredient, which is titanium dioxide (E171), is an additive which is found in toothpaste, sweets and chewing gum. It caused growths in 40% of the rats it was fed to throughout the study.
Our GP, Dr Helen Webberley, recently spoke to the Huffington Post UK about the findings, and offers her response on the research. Find out what she had to say here.