Together with collaborators at INRAE, France, in a new study from Mark Wulczynski and Dr. Heather Galipeau we have unveiled findings on the long-term effects of the common food additive silicon dioxide (SiO2) on gut immune health. Turns out, while SiO2 doesn’t directly harm the gut lining, it messes with immune cell function. That could mean trouble for folks with food allergies or celiac disease. Bottom line: we need to rethink how we see food additives and dive deeper into their impact on our health.

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