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Many of us are told that the development of diabetes is a personal failure. New research shows us why this couldn’t be more wrong. Action Alert!
Intriguing research into the diabetes epidemic has shed new light on the main drivers behind this disease. Conventional wisdom tells us that sugar consumption, lack of exercise, and obesity are behind the surge in diabetes. While these are contributing factors, new work in this area implicates environmental toxins as a far more important cause of diabetes, including chemicals like BPA and phthalates that are found in many everyday consumer goods. And while the evidence mounts demonstrating the toll these chemicals are taking on our health, the government is stubbornly refusing to do anything about it. →
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(NaturalHealth365) Could making different choices at the grocery store reduce your exposure to harmful pesticides? The answer is yes, according to breaking research. Choosing organic fruit over conventionally-grown counterparts can dramatically reduce your pesticide exposure, contrary to the popular “wisdom” promoted by the mainstream media. →
Read more via Eating organic fruit leads to lowers levels of pesticide contamination in children and pregnant women — NaturalHealth365
(NaturalHealth365) If you’re suffering with chronic health conditions like fatigue, autoimmune disorders, cardiovascular disease or cancer (to name a few), it’s probably due to an overload of toxins within your body. Yet, most conventionally-trained doctors know little about how to safely remove these unwanted substances.
So, if this describes your situation, do not wait for Western medicine to change their ways. Educate yourself and make detoxification a top priority.
Remember, brain fog, digestive problems and chronic fatigue are not a “normal” part of the aging process. Today, we’ll identify how to properly reduce your risk.
Read more via The 11 most common environmental toxins to avoid and why — NaturalHealth365
Dr. Mercola, GuestWaking Times The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) requires that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency compile and keep a current list of chemical substances manufactured or processed in the U.S. That list1 currently includes about 85,000 chemicals. Among them are 10,000 chemicals allowed to be added to food and food-contact materials in the U.S.,…….Read more
via The Most Toxic Retailers on the Planet — Waking Times
(Natural News) Modern-day pollution is making dust a part of our lives. It’s in the air we breathe, and in the place where we spend the biggest part of our lives in — at home. That’s why it’s alarming to learn that indoor dust found in the typical U.S. household has around 45 harmful endocrine-disrupting chemicals,…Read more
via Your house dust is full of chemicals – here’s how to eliminate the threat without resorting to more chemicals — NaturalNews.com