Courtney Swan, MS shares tips to create a toxin-free home that supports hormonal health and more.
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4:30 Forever chemicals wreak havoc on your endocrine system.
6:28 Products applied directly to your skin go into your bloodstream.
6:35 The fact that something is on the shelf at the store does not mean that it is safe.
7:40 Women are exposed to 160 different chemicals daily.
8:40 Obesogens are chemicals stored in your fat which disrupt your hormones that directly impact your metabolism.
9:40 Courtney likes clean cosmetic brands: ILIA, Kosas, Tower 28, and RMS.
15:00 Many food additives we use are banned in other countries.
18:00 BPA chemicals found in plastic cause your body to make more estrogen in both males and females.
19:35 Food and beverage packaging often has a plastic lining that, when exposed to heat, causes them to leach into your food.
24:40 Avoid seed oils.
25:20 Agave and high fructose corn syrup are higher in fructose than glucose.
30:40 Fragrances disrupt your endocrine system, raising our estrogen levels.
32:00 Branch Basics is a safe and effective cleaning product.
36:10 Parabens, a preservative in cosmetics, are linked to breast cancer and others.
36:50 Women are exposed to BPAs in sports bras and fitness gear.
38:30 We need our good bacteria.
39:10 Conventional tampons are a mix of microplastics and microfibers.
41:30 Hormonal birth control shuts down ovulation and deters women from choosing healthy partners.
43:00 Natural Cycles is an FDA cleared ap for birth control. It is about 98% effective.
46:30 Hormonal birth control affects your brain chemistry.
49:40 Charcoal is a great detox agent. Sweat every day.
51:15 Support your liver for effective detoxification.
53:15 Alcohol is a toxin.
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