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Toxic Sources

We don't live in a perfect world. Our bodies are being burdened with substances that didn't exist one hundred years ago. See the following for examples of endocrine disruptors in your environment.

"Sources of
endocrine disruptors
and other toxins in
your environment"

Heavy Metal Toxins (endocrine disruptors)
Aluminum: Cookware, Antacids, Antiperspirants, Aluminum Cans, Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Dental Composites

Poisons, Pigments, Dyes, Wood Preservative, Insecticides, Wine, Well Water, Coal Burning, Seafood (shellfish), Treated Lumber

Barium: Explosives, Filler in Paper, Paints and Plastics, Radiography (contrast studies), Dental Composites.
Cadmium: Water Galvanized Pipes, Evaporated Milk, Shellfish, Cigarette Smoke, Sewage Sludge, Paint, Pigments, Air Pollution.
Chromium: Dyes, Pigments, Air Pollution, Dental Crowns.

Copper Plumbing, Sewage Sludge, Beer, Swimming Pools, Copper Cookware, Inorganic Mineral Supplements, Dental Crowns.

Gold: Dental Fillings, Jewelry, Injections for Arthritis.
Iron: Dyes, Inks, Paints, and Pigments, Poor Inorganic Mineral Supplements in Food.
Lead: Car Exhaust, Paint, Plumbing, Canned Food, Hair Dyes, Newsprint, Tap Water.
Manganese: Ceramics, Antiseptics, Dyes, Medicines, Steel Products, Air Pollution, Water Supply.
Mercury: Dental Fillings, Mercury Vapor Lamps, Seafood, Polluted Water, Skin Lightening Creams, Sewage Sludge, Multi-dose vaccinations.
Nickel: Cigarettes, Dental Crowns.
Silver: Dental Fillings, Jewelry.
Tin: Canned Foods.
Titanium: Pigments in Paints, Preservatives in Medications, Tap/Well Water, Dental Crowns, Implants.
Zinc: Poor Inorganic Supplements in Food.

Environmental Toxins

Can be endocrine disruptors

  • Combustion by-products (i.e . Carbon monoxide)
  • Household cleaning products
  • Mold and mildew
  • Manufactured wood products
  • Chemicals in drinking water
  • Chemicals in food
  • Processed foods
  • Colorings, preservatives (BHT, EDTA), additives, and flavorings
  • Pesticides
  • Food packaging
  • Genetically altered foods
  • Personal care products
  • Radiation
  • Dust
  • Carpeting
  • Air Pollution


Drugs can be toxic to your system

  • Prescription
  • Over-the-counter
  • Recreational (including alcohol)
  • Stimulants (including caffeine)

Even though a drug may make you feel better temporarily, it's toxic to your liver. Your liver has to work very hard to get rid of drugs. That's why drugs come with so many bad side effects.

When your body has better ability to eliminate toxins of any kind you will enjoy improved health.


Allergens can put undue stress on your body. Some common allergens are:

  • Pollens
  • Grasses
  • Dust mites
  • Animal dander
  • Mold

And many more


Food Sensitivities (Food Triggers) cause body stress

  • Trans Fats
  • Sugar and refined products
  • Imbalance of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats
  • Food sensitivities and allergies
  • Constant "fad" dieting
  • Table Salt (not sea salt)


Microbes cause body stress

  • Parasites
  • Yeast
  • Viral
  • Mold
  • Mycoplasm
  • Nanobacteria
  • Fungus

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