Antibacterial soap was dangerous?
Antibacterial soap that you normally use considered dangerous. Joint research from the University of California and University of Colorado shows that a compound ingredient triclosan in antibacterial soaps and products such as deodorant, toothpaste and mouthwash, causing impaired muscle function in mice, and slow swimming fish.
These chemicals also weaken the heart and skeletal muscle contraction of the body that contribute to heart disease and heart failure.
Although evidence based on animal toxicity, some experts say it may affect humans as well.
“We have found that triclosan potentially damaging muscle function by disrupting the signal between the two proteins that are important. It seems that the government should review the use of these ingredients in household products,” said Isaac Pessah investigator, told through Livescince.
Previously, exposure to triclosan was found to alter the regulation of hormones in laboratory animals or cause antibacterial resistance.