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We are bombarded with toxins everyday

We are bombarded with toxins everyday

We are exposed to toxins through various sources in our daily lives. Some common ways include:
  1. Air Pollution: Pollutants from vehicle exhaust, industrial emissions, and indoor sources like smoke and mold can contaminate the air we breathe. (Think chemtrails sprayed into our skylines; 7 States as of have now banned.) 

  2. Water Contamination: Chemicals, heavy metals, and pollutants can seep into drinking water sources from industrial runoff, agricultural practices, and improper disposal of waste. (Think forever chemicals aka PFAS.)

  3. Food Additives: Processed foods often contain artificial additives, preservatives, pesticides, and other chemicals that can be harmful to health when consumed in excess. (Think glyphosates, atrazine, and countless other carcinogenic chemicals being sprayed on or near our food supply.) 

  4. Household Products: Cleaning agents, pesticides, paints, and personal care products may contain toxic chemicals that can be absorbed through the skin or inhaled as fumes.

  5. Plastics: Plastics used in food packaging, containers, and bottles can leach harmful chemicals like BPA and phthalates into food and beverages.

  6. Heavy Metals: Exposure to heavy metals like lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium can occur through contaminated food, water, air, soil, and consumer products.

  7. Industrial Chemicals: Chemicals used in manufacturing processes, such as solvents, dyes, and flame retardants, can be released into the environment and pose health risks to humans.

  8. Pesticides and Herbicides: Residues from agricultural chemicals used to control pests and weeds can remain on food crops and contaminate soil and water sources.

  9. Personal Habits: Smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, and drug use can introduce toxins into the body and contribute to long-term health problems.

  10. Electromagnetic Radiation: Exposure to electromagnetic fields from electronic devices like cell phones, computers, and Wi-Fi routers may have potential health effects, although research is ongoing in this area.

It's essential to be mindful of these sources of exposure and take steps to minimize risks, such as choosing organic foods, using natural cleaning products, reducing plastic usage, and advocating for policies that protect environmental and public health.

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