What is BHT in text?
Big Hunky Teen.
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What does BTH stand for?
be totally honestbth : be totally honest.
What does iy stand for in texting?
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What is a Thicc girl?
Thicc is a slang term for a full-figured body, specifically a big butt and curvy waist. It is both used sexually and humorously.
What is BHT and why you should avoid it?
BHA (butylated hydroxyanisole) and BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene) are widely used by the food industry as preservatives, mainly to prevent oils in foods from oxidizing and becoming rancid. Oxidation affects the flavor, color and odor of foods and reduces some nutrients.
Is BHT safe in skincare?
Butylated hydroxytoluene, a potent synthetic antioxidant that also has health concerns when consumed orally. The amount of BHT uses in cosmetic products is typically 0.01-0.1%, and does not pose a risk to skin, nor does it penetrate skin far enough to be absorbed into the bloodstream.
What is Iykyk?
A newer acronym, “IYKYK,” is currently sweeping the internet and terrifying the unfamiliar in its path. This aggressive abbreviation actually means “if you know, you know.” And quite frankly, it means what it says and, usually, you don’t know.
What does IG mean?
IG stands for the social media platform Instagram. It also sometimes short for I guess.
What is BHT used for?
BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene) is a lab-made chemical that is added to foods as a preservative. People also use it as medicine. BHT is used to treat genital herpes and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Some people apply BHT directly to the skin for cold sores.
Is BHT harmful?
Butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT) is a chemical cousin to BHA that is also listed as “generally recognized as safe.” It, too, is added to food as a preservative. The two compounds act synergistically and are often used together. BHT is not a listed carcinogen, but some data have shown that it does cause cancer in animals.
Where is BHT banned?
Both BHA and BHT are banned from foods in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Japan and throughout Europe. Many chips, sausages and cereals contain butylated hydroxyanisole and butylated hydroxytoluene in their ingredient lists. The waxy substances act as preservatives, keeping foods from becoming rancid.