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Experts have told, what danger is covered in pesticides

Pesticides have a negative effect on human health: brain cells are damaged, brain activity is reduced, reproductive function is impaired, especially in males
Scientists from England found that pesticides, which previously were considered harmless to humans, have a detrimental effect on the human body. 

The organizers of the study say that such substances disrupt reproductive abilities and inhibit brain activity. First of all, pregnant women and children are at risk. 

According to experts, the danger lies not only in chemical, but also in organic pesticides. 

Recently, many scientific studies have appeared proving that vegetables and fruits grown with the help of chemical agents (pesticides) have a very negative effect on human health:brain cells are damaged, brain activity decreases, reproductive function is impaired, especially in males. 

Pesticides are chemical compounds for protecting vegetables and fruits from pests, diseases and weeds. As a result, the fruits grow faster. In fact, it is a poison that changes the structure of the cells of living organisms. 

Experts analyzed and found out that in the agricultural sphere, substances with high efficacy in controlling pests of the crop are actively used. However, chemical compounds can accumulate in the body and provoke not only violations of reproductive function and intelligence, but also oncological diseases. 

In connection with the disappointing statistics experts recommendrefrain from buying early fruits and vegetables and wait for their seasonal maturation.
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