“The Human Experiment lifts the veil on the shocking reality that thousands of untested chemicals are in our everyday products, our homes, and inside of us. Simultaneously, the prevalence of many diseases continues to rise.”
- 7.3 million American couples have trouble conceiving or carrying to term, 49% increase since 1988, the biggest increase has been among women under 25 years old.
- In 1999, 1 in 500 kids had autism. Today it’s 1 in 88.
- The growth of many diseases has increased over these 45 years as the following:
– Childhood brain cancer is 38%, asthma: 80%, leukemia in children: 74%, early onset puberty:55% ADHD:53%, genital deformities in baby boys: 122%, life-threatening birth defects: >100%
- Only 13 health and environmental groups reported lobbying for an improved law in 2012. They were outnumbered 6-1 by industry interests.
The Human Experiment follows several women whose lives have been changed by chemical exposure. One was diagnosed with breast cancer, despite being a young, healthy athlete. One has a non-verbal brother with autism. Another has polycystic ovarian syndrome and struggles to get pregnant. A woman who works as a house cleaner became sick from the chemicals, primarily bleach, that her employer made her use.
It’s now common to know someone who has or has had cancer. Have you ever wondered why there are people with no hereditary history with cancer? Why there are cases of healthy people with cancer? Why are we allergic to what we were never? Well, as crazy as it sounds, according to my criteria we were born contaminated, because it’s curious in this video they made a test of chemical substances to a “NEWBORN BABY” and incredible as it may seem, toxic chemicals were already circulating in his blood. So I consider it important to be aware of this problem and be more responsible when we buying these products because IT WILL NOT BE THE GUILT OF THE MANUFACTURES, IT WILL BE OUR FAULT BECAUSE WE HAVE CHOSEN TO BUY THESE PRODUCTS BY OWN WILL. They don’t lose, we do.
Here you have some examples of the effects produced by chemicals present in the most commonly used products on a daily basis.
The Human Experiment was first released in 2013 and then re-launched in time for Earth Day of this year. It was produced by Emmy Award-winning journalists and filmmakers Dana Nachman and Don Hardy, and narrated by Sean Penn.