There are at least 5 named toxins that we put into our bodies on a regular basis. Some we might even not think of as toxic and dangerous to health.
Environment – Whether inside your home or outside your home, the environment is also a major source of toxins. Pollution from manufacturing, cars and second hand cigarette smoke can be challenging to avoid. However, you can avoid a lot of the toxins inside and around your home.Too many people use harsh household cleaners containing bleach, [ পোস্টটি বাংলায় পড়ুন : শরীরে কত বিষ জমেছে তা আপনার কল্পনারও অতীত। এই পদ্ধতিতে শরীরকে করুন বিষমুক্ত ] ammonia and other toxic chemicals that can cause health problems ranging from nausea to skin destruction, fluid in the lungs and wheezing
Food – Your food has more toxins than you may think. The biggest culprit for toxic exposure is processed foods, which are full of chemicals and additives that can create symptoms ranging from cravings and weight gain to poor digestive health and food allergies.
But it’s not just packaged food to avoid. Conventional produce is also full of pesticides. In fact, over one billion pounds of pesticides are used on food in the US alone. These pesticides have been linked to symptoms ranging from muscle cramps and heart rate changes to irritability to emotional instability.
Beauty and personal care products – The products we use to look our best may actually be the biggest source of aging and other adverse symptoms. Beauty products like toothpaste, lotion, youth creams, soap, shampoo, conditioner, perfumes and makeup are full of toxic chemicals.
Even beauty and personal care products from the health food store can be filled with ingredients that cause harmful symptoms.
Yum, processed deli meats in a convenience, easy to open bag. However, there is so much salt in processed meats that these toxins upset your fluid balance. Increased fluids cause the loss of magnesium and other minerals that are important to keep the chemical reactions in your body regulated. High salt intake in processed food leads to high blood pressure, bloating and kidney problems. There high saturated fats and chemicals plus hormones and antibiotics in processed foods. Sounds good, but these substances are highly toxic to your body. Buy lean and unprocessed meats. Do try not to eat any type of meat more than three times a week.
To reduce your exposure to toxins in beauty and personal care products: Read ingredient labels on your personal care products. Anything you put on your skin is absorbed into your body
Tests for a hundred particularly hazardous substances have revealed that – on average – we each harbour 27 of them in our blood, though the chemical cocktail varies from person to person. Children have been found to be more contaminated than their parents or grandparents, while mothers pass on the poisons to babies in the womb. Researchers have found potentially dangerous chemicals in every one of 14 basic foodstuffs they took from supermarket shelves, and in the air of every home they visited.
Findings like these spurred 200 eminent scientists from five continents some years ago to issue a joint warning that exposure to common chemicals skewed the development of critical organs in foetuses and newborns, increasing their chances of developing diabetes, cancer, attention deficit disorders, thyroid damage, diminished fertility, and other conditions in later life.