Tagged: chemicals

10 Sneaky Sources Of Endocrine Disruptors + How To Avoid Them

July 3rd, 2015 | chemicals

One sobering fact of modern life: endocrine (hormone) disruptors are everywhere. Occasional contact wouldn’t be a major concern but the trouble is, most of us come into contact with them multiple times in a day. Many of these toxins either block or promote estrogen and other hormones, so either way, they throw off your hormonal […]

10 Ways to Reset Your Hormones for Health, Energy, & Weight Control

June 15th, 2015 | chemicals

So often, patients drag themselves into my office complaining of multiple symptoms like thinning hair, brittle nails, erupting skin, poor sleep, exhaustion, constipation, sexual or menstrual dysfunction and weight gain. These are all clues that can suggest hormonal imbalance. For example, fatigue and difficulty sleeping suggest problems with the adrenals, the glands that produce stress […]

Pesticide Free Farming and Gardening

May 26th, 2015 | chemicals

One of the most effective ways to reduce the health and environmental risks from pesticides is to replace them with non-chemical methods. Organic growing is not a system of neglect. It negates the need for synthetic pesticides by using cultural and ecological management systems as the primary control for pests, weeds, and disease, with a […]

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