Definition Of Clean

We always assume clean is something hygienic and healthy. But it may turns out, too have a harmful impact on our health.
Many people are too eager to create a home environment that is clean and free of germs and disease. However, the fact is when we use anti-bacterial cleaning products to kill all harmful bacteria, we also eliminate more than a third of the good bacteria that is very important to the health of our skin.
Sometimes a person can be too obsessed with cleanliness and attempt to sterilize all the objects in the house with hygiene products. Making them run to the supermarket looking for anti-bacterial, containing triclosan.
Study found five types of E. coli resistant to triclosan. Basically, triclosan will eliminate nearly 95% of normal bacteria, but some bacteria will mutate and turn against triclosan. Although the number of mutations per generation is very small, but they reproduce very quickly. So to say they are able to do a lot of mutations in a short time.
Every 5% of the population that are “saved” from the triclosan will be the bacteria that are more robust and resistant to chemical exposure. And when they had reached the stage of resistance to antibiotics, we will get superbug.
We often see the label of anti-bacterial soap on most cleaning product in the kitchen and our bathrooms. The use of a “massive” is also an indirect anti-bacterial ensuring they work effectively.

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