Toxins are impacting our weight & health – Episode 16

Toxins are a major problem that no one can avoid.

Toxins are in the food we eat, the air we breathe, and the products we use. They have become such a problem that they are impacting our weight and overall health. In this article, we will explore why toxins are such a problem and how toxic we may be. Studies now show that the average adult may have up to 1000 toxins stored in fat cells. Also it is estimated that 99% of the people in the world have Teflon in their bodies, More recently that have found plastic in our lungs and in our blood.

Toxins are harmful substances that are present in our environment. They can come from pollution, pesticides, preservatives, chemicals, and other sources. These toxins can cause a range of health problems, including weight gain, chronic fatigue, headaches, skin problems, and even cancer.

One of the biggest problems with toxins is that they accumulate in our bodies over time. Our bodies are not designed to handle the large amounts of toxins that we are exposed to every day. As a result, these toxins can build up in our organs, tissues, and cells, leading to a wide range of health problems. They are a major reason why 80% of America is now overweight.

Toxins can impact our weight in a number of ways. For example, some toxins can disrupt our hormones, causing our bodies to store fat instead of burning it. Other toxins can cause inflammation, which can lead to insulin resistance and weight gain. Toxins can also impact our metabolism, slowing it down and making it harder for us to lose weight.

In addition to weight gain, toxins can also impact our overall health. They can weaken our immune system, making us more susceptible to infections and diseases. They can also cause chronic inflammation, which has been linked to a number of health problems, including heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

So, how toxic are you? The answer to this question is not simple, as it depends on a number of factors, including your diet, lifestyle, and environment. However, there are a few things that you can do to reduce your toxic load and improve your overall health.