Which chemicals have made the most headlines?
The chemicals in our bodies can make us sick, but they can also help us do our jobs.
In a new study, we looked at the chemical makeup of nearly 100 substances, and found that many are made by plants.
Here’s what we found: Top ten chemicals in human bodies: The list of chemicals that make up our bodies contains more than 30,000 chemicals, including hundreds of organic compounds that have been studied in labs.
(The study is the latest installment of our series, “Chemicals in Your Body.”)
The top 10 chemicals in plants: Citrus fruits, for instance, contain several kinds of bromeliads and citruses that are known to help fight inflammation and inflammation-related disease.
Chocolate, coffee, and tea have been shown to increase brain serotonin and decrease cortisol, and many of the compounds in these drinks are also found in our skin.
The top 10 compounds in our environment: Plants produce the vast majority of the carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere, but some of the most potent carbon sources include plants.
A variety of plant compounds, including anthocyanins, are found in plants, and these are thought to play a role in the immune system.
Caffeine is also found naturally in plants and is considered an essential nutrient for many human cells, and some researchers have suggested that it could be used as an anti-inflammatory agent.
But there’s more to this than what we know about plant-based foods.
Researchers have also found that plants can synthesize some of these compounds in the laboratory, making them potentially useful in the treatment of a variety of diseases.
For example, researchers have found that one compound in broccoli, for example, may be able to prevent the development of cancer.
Top 10 compounds that may affect our health: As for whether or not we should eat or drink any of these foods, scientists are still debating.
Some experts, including the chief scientist of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), have called for caution, arguing that even small amounts of these chemicals can be toxic, and they may interfere with the body’s normal functions.
But others, like nutrition expert and professor of public health at Cornell University Jonathan Gruber, have argued that there is no such thing as safe levels of certain nutrients.
So while we can eat the best foods, our health should not be determined by what we eat.
What we know: In our recent report, we examined the chemical composition of almost 100 substances.
These include hundreds of natural products that are commonly found in nature, such as seeds, fruit, and vegetables.
But our study also included dozens of chemicals added to the food supply, and a few added to our diet.
Here are the top ten chemicals that have made us sick.