How to Reduce Exposure to Toxic Xenoestrogens6 years, 1 month ago
Posted on Jan 24, 2017, 6 a.m.
Lower your estrogen levels by learning the causes of xenoestrogen exposure and what healthier options are available.
Overexposure to xenoestrogens, which are environmental estrogen-like compounds, can lead to estrogen dominance, a condition that negatively impacts your mental, physical and emotional health. Although xenoestrogens are everywhere, and complete avoidance is impossible, you can markedly lower your estrogen levels by purging the top culprits found in your home and replacing them with the healthier options listed below.
Products to Purge:
-Plastic (water bottles, food containers, cling wrap, cutlery etc.)
-Styrofoam plates and cups
-Foods packaged in metal cans
-Fabrics, furniture, clothes, and mattresses with flame-retardants
-Conventional personal care products
-Conventional household cleaners (antibacterial sprays, chlorine bleach, whitening agents etc.)
-Conventional laundry detergent, dryer sheets and dish soap
-Solvents, including rubbing alcohols, paint thinners, and nail polish removers
Products to Purchase:
-Glass food storage containers and water bottles
-A whole-home water filter (or in the very least a shower filter)
-Natural household cleaners (buy products labeled organic, or use hydrogen peroxide, vinegar, soap nuts and baking soda in place of commercial cleaning product)
-Natural personal care products (look for 'organic' on the label, as opposed to just 'natural')
-Non-toxic cookware (ceramic, cast-iron, stonewear, glass, or corningware)
~Written by Nick Delgado, PhD, CHT
Dr. Nick Delgado, PhD (www.delgadoprotocol.com) is a graduate of the University of Southern California (USC). He studied Physical Therapy at Rancho Los Amigo Hospital, Health Sciences at Loma Linda University, and Nutrition at CSLB. Dr. Delgado directed the Nathan Pritikin Plan, and is certified in NLP, Time Line, and Hypnotherapy. With an emphasis on optimal sports performance. Dr. Delgado broke the World Strength Endurance record, lifting 50,640 lbs in one hour, and led Team USA to a World Championship. He is a medical commentator in the WHN Forum.