Knowingly or unknowingly for your entire lifetime you have been in contact with various toxic, poisonous substances. There are many hidden sources that you may not be aware of. The toxicity that your great-grandparents were exposed to in their lifetimes is minimal compared to an ever-increasing volume of poisonous chemicals you have been exposed to and have absorbed in your lifetime.
The trouble with toxins
A study from the University of California, San Francisco found that a doubling of blood toxicity caused a 50 per cent decrease in the number of eggs that are fertilized.
Many studies show that toxins mimic and block hormones. EDCs (Endocrine Disturbing Chemicals) trick the body onto thinking they are hormones. Some EDCs block natural hormones from working. Other EDCs can increase or decrease the level of hormones in the blood.
Male sperm production and fertility are being affected equally by toxic chemicals interfering with their hormonal system. Toxins can interfere with your body’s normal functions in multiple ways.
... can begin before you are born
In 2004, the Working Environmental Group, a non-profit health and research organization, carried out the Human Toxome Project. Human tissues were examined for industrial chemicals that enter as pollution via food, air, water, or exposure to ingredients in everyday consumer products.
Their study found over 200 industrial chemicals in umbilical cords of newborn babies. Some of these infants, at birth, were six times more toxic than their mothers. These chemicals have been linked medically to slow brain development, asthma, infertility, glandular function and cancer.
You can change what happens inside your body – your health depends on you. By living a lifestyle that nurtures your health, limits and reduces your exposure to toxins, you will experience a greater degree of wellness now and in the future.
By maintaining a slightly alkaline state in the body, you support overall health and well-being.
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