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What is the rate of incidence for toxic bioaccumulation?

The bioaccumulation of toxic substances is very common and virtually impossible to avoid in the developed world. The substances do not always harm us, and our bodies sometimes use the process of bioaccumulation to protect us by storing toxic substances in our fat reserves. The Center for Disease Control says their research shows synthetic chemicals in almost all individuals in the United States, including newborns.

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