The World Health Organization is investigating the risk of human health for plastics for the first time: drinking water contains plastic particles, but based on current evidence, this has little effect on the human body. However, experts say that plastic particles larger than 150 microns in water will be expelled by the body, while smaller particles will pass through the intestinal wall into other tissues.
According to the researchers, each person eats 70,000 micro-plastics per year: an average of 20 micro-plastics per 10 grams of manure. According to the "Daily Mail" report, a study published by the Vienna Medical University in Austria confirmed that plastic has entered the human body. The volunteers involved in the study had plastics in their stools. Each 10 grams of feces contained 20 micro-plastics (50 to 500 micron plastic), which is estimated to be about 73,000 micro-plastics per person per year.
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