How to avoid toxicity in your environment

Avoid fast food and processed goods. Eating a diet focused on locally grown, ideally organic, whole foods cooked from scratch will significantly limit your exposure to a wide array of chemicals, including phthalates, bisphenol A (BPA), synthetic food additives and pesticides. Use natural cleaning products or make your own. Besides phthalates, avoid those containing 2-butoxyethanol (EGBE) and methoxydiglycol (DEGME) — two toxic glycol ethers that can compromise your fertility and cause fetal harm.
Buy products that come in glass bottles rather than plastic or cans; be aware that even “BPA-free” plastics typically leach other endocrine-disrupting chemicals that are just as bad for you as BPA. Switch to organic toiletries, including shampoo, toothpaste, antiperspirants and cosmetics.

EWG’s Skin Deep database31 can help you find personal care products that are free of phthalates and other potentially dangerous chemicals.

Be aware that many dental flosses contain PFCs. Look for natural waxed floss instead. Some use beeswax rather than PFC-coating. Real silk floss will also provide glide without chemical additives.32

Store your food and beverages in glass rather than plastic, and avoid using plastic wrap as it too contains phthalates that can migrate into your food (especially if you microwave food wrapped in plastic). Replace your vinyl shower curtain with a fabric one or glass doors.
Use glass baby bottles and drinking bottles. Replace feminine hygiene products (tampons and sanitary pads) with safer alternatives.
Filter your tap water for both drinking and bathing to avoid fluoride and disinfection byproducts, many of which are among the most toxic compounds known.

If you can afford to do only one, filtering your bathing water may be more important, as your skin absorbs contaminants.

Filtering your water is also important to limit exposure toatrazine and fluorinated firefighting chemicals,33 both of which are common drinking water contaminants in the U.S.

Look for fragrance-free products. One artificial fragrance can contain dozens of potentially toxic chemicals, including phthalates.

Avoid fabric softeners and dryer sheets, which contain a mishmash of synthetic chemicals and fragrances.

If you have PVC pipes, you may have DEHP (a type ofendocrine disrupting phthalate) leaching into your water supply. If you have PVC pipe from before 1977, you will definitely want to upgrade to a newer material.

This “early-era” PVC pipe can leach a carcinogenic compound called vinyl chloride monomer into your water. Alternatives to PVC for water piping include ductile iron, high-density polyethylene, concrete, copper and PEX.34

Consider replacing vinyl flooring with a “greener” material. Also avoid soft, flexible plastic flooring, such as those padded play-mat floors for kids (often used in day cares and kindergartens), as there’s a good chance it is made from phthalate-containing PVC.
Read the labels and avoid anything containing phthalates. Besides DEHP, also look for DBP (di-n-butyl phthalate), DEP (diethyl phthalate), BzBP (benzyl butyl phthalate) and DMP (dimethyl phthalate).

Also be wary of anything listing a “fragrance,” which often includes phthalates.

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3 Responses to “How to avoid toxicity in your environment”

  1. As well as avoidance revving up and getting the body to produce more detoxification enzymes of several kinds is important. The liver is the hot seat for this, phase 1 and phase 2 detoxification enzymes. But of course detox enzymes are needed and are everywhere round the body. Such as part of the intestinal wall.
    The cabal have done as much as they can every which way, to impede all this.
    Perhaps the most important antioxidant our own cells need to manufacture, giving the right raw materials, is Glutathione. Although in very weak sick people taking sachets or glutathione liquid might be better than nothing. But overall best to make our own Glutathione.
    Good bioavailable selenium supplements as well as foods containing it as needed to make glutathione peroxidase the enzyme we need in abundance.
    The amino acids in bone broth and trace minerals help too. Is it an accident the most robust long lived elderly are in central Japanese villages where bone broths all the gelatin, are eaten everyday. They actually don’t eat that much fish inland which is mostly mercury toxic anyway.
    Coffee Retention enemas should be viewed as a spa health routine for 15 mins. Not a disgusting chore. They up regulate production of glutathione peroxidase enzymes embedded throughout the I testing by more than 600%! A different effect than drinking though one or two cups a day are good too.
    The effects of CEs aren’t restricted to the sigmoid colon. Via reflex effects they stimulate the liver meridian and have all sorts of effects badly needed in the 21st century.
    A diet pretty high in cooked vegetables is needed too to assist with detoxification. Since without that people mistakenly think coffee enemas are ‘toxic’. Not true. Read Wilsons website for full instructions how to get therapeutic value and steps .
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