How To Reduce Your Environmental Toxin Exposure

Episode 732 21m


We’ve become exposed to a greater number of environmental toxins than ever before. Environmental toxins can feed cancer, interfere with glucose and cholesterol metabolism, and induce insulin resistance and obesity through multiple mechanisms, including inflammation, oxidative stress, mitochondrial injury, altered thyroid metabolism, and impaired central appetite regulation.

In today’s episode of my series I’m calling Health Bites, we’re talking about how environmental toxins impact our health, the top endocrine-disrupting toxins, and my strategies for reducing your exposure. I also share which foods you should be sure to buy organic.


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Narrator: Coming up on this episode of The Doctor's Farmacy. Dr. Mark Hyman: It's not that hard to get rid of it in your life. Basically, don't touch credit card receipts. Don't touch gas station receipts that come out of the machine. Don't eat from plastic bottles unless they're BPA free or from canned foods unless they're BPA free. So make sure you look at that. Welcome to Doctor's Farmacy. I'm Dr. Mark Hyman. That's Farmacy, with an F, a place for conversations that matter. And if you're worried about environmental toxins, you better loosen up 'cause we're going to get deep into those today and what to do about it and how to get rid of them from your life and your body. And we're doing it in the..

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Ep. 732 - How To Reduce Your Environmental Toxin Exposure