Chances are you’ll come in contact with harmful, hormone disrupting chemicals today. They lurk in some of the most common industrial and household products. Hormone disruptors promote diabetes, infertility, cancer, ADHD and other neurological conditions, plus numerous other health problems. They are thought to play a major role in the obesity crisis in the West.
While the alarm was sounded 30 years ago, the problem persists, with damaging, complex interactions growing in number. The chemicals of concern are often encountered in industrial and household goods. Examples: toxins in nonstick pans, treated furniture and waterproof clothing, BPA in the lining of canned food, pesticides, and some plastics.
In this article, learn what hormone disruptors do to our bodies, and how to avoid them.