Nanoparticles in Baby Formula Facebook Party with Friends of the Earth

We live in a world where technology is quickly advancing. With fast growth, we sometimes forget that there may be dangers or consequences associated with this. Nanotechnology, for example, takes things and makes them very small. This has led to more invisible sunscreens, creamy donut fillings, and other applications that sound great for modern life. However, for the past 10 years of this growing technology there has been some concern over their safety. Manipulating particles into smaller nanoparticles can lead to a toxic final product, one that may not be safe for human consumption.

Yet, it’s still not regulated by the FDA or required to be labeled. And it still has made it’s way into baby formula. Toxic and potentially dangerous nanomaterials are being fed to our most vulnerable children without any safety screening or regulation. Friends of the Earth recently discovered this and wants to take action.

Join us for a Facebook Party sponsored by Friends of the Earth on the Mamavation Facebook Fan Page on Thursday, May 19th at 6pm PDT/9pm EDT. We will be discussing a new report that found six popular baby formulas contained nanoparticles– potentially dangerous microscopic particles that can pass into the lymph and blood. The safety of nanomaterials has been in question for over a decade, yet there is no regulation or requirement to disclose if a product contains nanoparticles. Considering how vulnerable our babies are, shouldn’t we know if their primary source of nutrients contains nanomaterials?


Details About the Friends of the Earth Facebook Party

Who: Mamavation Community & Friends of the Earth

What: Facebook Party

When: Thursday, May 19

Where: Mamavation Facebook Fan Page

Time: 6pm PDT/9pm EDT

RSVP: Click on the Facebook Event Page to RSVP


Giveaways for Friend of the Earth Facebook Party on 05/19

  • $25 Whole Foods Gift Card, Dr. Bronners All-One Peppermint toothpaste, Goddess Gardens Organic facial sunscreen & everyday spray (1 winner)
  • $50 Whole Foods Gift Cards, Dr. Bronners All-One Peppermint toothpaste, Goddess Gardens Organic facial sunscreen & everyday spray (5 winners)
  • Grand Prize: $125 Whole Foods Gift Card, Dr. Bronners All-One Peppermint toothpaste, Goddess Gardens Organic facial sunscreen & everyday spray (1 winner)


How to Enter to Win Prizes

  1. Fill Out this Form so we have your address
  2. RSVP by clicking you will attend  here on our Mamavation Facebook Event Page
  3. Share about this party on the social media platform of your choice like Facebook. Sample Facebook status update: “ Join (tag Mamavation) on Thursday, May 19th at 6pm PDT/9pm EDT for a Facebook Party to get the conversation going about nanoparticles in infant formula and sign the petition to get them out– sponsored by (tag Friends of the Earth). Friends of the Earth will be giving away over $500 worth of prizes. Join us,
  4. During the event, we will choose winners based on who engages. So make sure to come and join in on this important conversation.

Find Friends of the Earth In Social Media

Friends of the Earth Website

Facebook: Friends of the Earth Facebook Page

Twitter: Friends of the Earth Twitter Page

Instagram: Friends of the Earth Instagram

Will you be joining us? Make sure to share this with any friends you have that are concerned about the health and safety of infants and children.


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Elizabeth Bruno
Elizabeth Bruno is a working mom, Mamavation Bootcamp 18 graduate, and blogger at Pirate Prerogative. On her blog she writes about life, parenting observations, and her journey to a live a healthy life. She is a newly professed runner and has dropped nearly 70 pounds by changing her diet and incorporating regular exercise. Although she doesn’t like labels, she is often considered “crunchy” with her electric car, vegetarian diet, penchant for impromptu dancing, and commitment to being green.
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2017-12-13T00:08:39-05:00 May 17th, 2016|Uncategorized|1 Comment

One Comment

  1. Ellen May 24, 2016 at 8:25 pm - Reply

    Should be an interesting discussion … tech is great, but we need to be more certain that we won’t be damaging our kid’s health!

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