No matter how healthy your diet or lifestyle may be, there are many toxic ingredients commonly added to foods that attack your gut health.
And you should know that many of these toxic ingredients can be hidden in health foods, protein powders, meal replacements, beverages, grooming products, and even household cleaners! So, peek in your cupboards and check those ingredients lists.
Here are the top 10 hidden toxic ingredients to look out for....
Thyroid diseases are more common than you may believe and affect millions of people worldwide. Recently, thyroid diseases have been increasing, and this has motivated researchers to investigate the cause. They found that several environmental toxins are at least contributing to thyroid diseases and should be avoided to protect thyroid health. This guide outlines the information most crucial to maintaining thyroid health and minimizing environmental toxin exposure
A growing body of experts believe that glyphosate (an organophosphate in herbicides like Round-Up and a proven contributor to non-Hodgkins Lymphoma) is implicated in a long list of health conditions due to its harmful impact on the building blocks of human health. These experts include Dr Stefanie Seneff of MIT, Dr Zak Bush of the University of Virginia and Dr Oscar Coetzee of the University of Bridgeport.
Although there is no definitive study proving this hypothesis "beyond any doubt", there are numerous scientific research papers and studies that have strongly linked glyphosate with harming human health beyond non-Hodgkins Lymphoma which was proven in a California court in 2018.
The potential damage to human health calls for public education to mitigate the epidemic in chronic illness.
The benefits of deep breathing don't have to be set-aside for times in life where a good deep breath helps you rise to a stressful challenge. Deep breathing has far-reaching benefits on many organ systems. Let's consider which aspects of your health will benefit most from deep breathing and how to easily incorporate this practise into daily life.