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Manipulating hormones PT2

October 09, 2019

Manipulating hormones PT2

Xenoestrogens & the 3P’s

Plastics, Pesticides & Parabens

Xenoestrogens are chemical compounds found in nature that imitate the hormone oestrogen. 

The 3 major sources of xenoestrogens are Plastics, Pesticides & Parabens.

Evidence is building, suggesting the 3 P’s are partly to blame for hormonal imbalances in today’s society such as;
*Lower testosterone levels in men.
*Thyroid issues & Oestrogen dominance in women.
*Hormonal imbalances rising in the general public.

Plastic is everywhere! Just stop and take a look around for 2 seconds.

*Plastic bags

*Plastic containers

*Plastic drink bottles

*Plastic Toys

*kids dummies

*Microwavable bags & containers.

Plastic is literally everywhere

Swap food containers for glass and your drink bottles for stainless steel, at a very minimum STOP heating foods in plastics.

Are chemicals used on our foods to keep PESTS at bay and are linked to a wide range of health problems, they include;





*insect repellent ECT ECT..

Glyphosate has shown to be linked to cancer growth & other auto immune conditions.

Go grass fed, Wild caught, cage free, Organically grown ETC ETC or at the very minimum rinse your produce before eating it.

Yep, cosmetics again. Our skin is the largest organ we have, meaning everything we touch & come into contact with is absorbed in to our bodies with the potential to cause us harm.
Yes, even those cheap $2 deodorants & shampoo’s.
Look for products that state:
*Carcinogen Free

*Paraben Free

*Sulphate Free

*Mineral Oil Free ECT ECT..

PT-3 coming soon manipulating hormones through nutrition.

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