Titanium dioxide particles in our diet – effects on the tolerability of titanium implants?
A study by the University of Sydney on the effects of titanium oxide particles (TiO2) in the gut, published in May 2019, rekindled the international debate in the institutes and media about the use of titanium dioxide in our foods, marked by E171. (1-3)
Titanium dioxide: E171 and Cl77891 – where we encounter the nanoparticles
The whitening agent titanium dioxide has meanwhile become indispensable in our everyday lives, with consumption having increased sharply in the last century. The additive E171 is found in medicines, plastics, chewing gum, paints, clothing and also in our food, such as mozzarella, instant soups and sweets.