Are Your Hormones Disrupted? How Toxins Disrupt Your Endocrine System and What To Do About It

Every year, chemical companies in the US manufacture over 6.5 trillion pounds of 9,000 different chemicals.  Over 7.1 billion pounds of 650 different chemical pollutants are released into our atmosphere and water.  Of these, about 48 tons of mercury are released into our environment annually.

If it is in our air and water, it is in us.

The CDC found BPA in the urine of 95% of the adults tested.

The Environmental Working Group found 200 chemical pollutants in the cord blood of all tested newborns, including PCBs, dioxins, flame retardants, DDT, pesticides and mercury.

Many of these chemicals are potent endocrine disrupters, meaning, they will wreak havoc on hormone balance, and contribute to a number of endocrine and other conditions, including

Hypothyroidism
PCOS
Endometriosis
Amenorrhea
Metrorrhagia
Menorrhagia
Infertility
PMS
Dysmenorrhea
Anxiety
Depression
Attention disorders
Chronic fatigue
Immune dysregulation and autoimmunity

Come to a free lecture by Dr. Lindsay DeHaas to learn about common sources of chemical exposures, how to avoid them as much as possible, and how to promote your body’s natural systems of detoxification to live as healthy and toxin-free of a life as possible!

 

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