Agents in Smokeless Tobacco: How Much, and How Detrimental?
Tobacco-Specific Nitrosamines in Smokeless Tobacco
You have heard all the hype about tobacco-specific nitrosamines in smokeless tobacco products. Now get the real story, and levels in popular products, as analyzed by the prestigious Swedish National Food Administration
Other Trace Contaminants in Smokeless Tobacco
Smokeless tobacco, like the foods we eat, contain trace concentrations of contaminants, mostly from the air, water and soil. Organizations with anti-tobacco agendas publish factually incorrect references to these agents, variously labeling them as “used in car batteries”, “poison”, “nuclear waste” and “embalming fluid.” While these allegations provide maximum shock value for anti-tobacco propaganda, they give users no useful information. This scientific research does.