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Bye Bye Toxins ~ The 21-Day Reset challenge with Coach❤️Theah


Todays Challenge: Avoid Toxic Things

Your Guide on How to Limit Exposure to Environmental Toxins in Every Aspect of Your Life


Environmental toxins are both naturally occurring and human-made chemicals that can cause cancer and disrupt our endocrine system. Disruption of our endocrine system (which regulates our hormones) can lead to developmental problems, infertility, and can significantly impact the nervous and immune systems. There are hundreds of environmental toxins. We can't avoid them all, but here are some that we can limit our exposure to.



Environmental Toxins

BPA's - plastic food & drink packaging

Arsenic - found in rice, drinking water

Mercury - found in seafood & Dental Fillings


Bisphenol-A (BPA) ~ BPA's: Found in food and beverage can linings, this hormone mimicker is suspected of promoting breast and prostate cancer, reproductive and behavioral problems, obesity, and diabetes.


Pesticides - non organic foods, produce & grains: Used protect crops from pests, industrial pesticides have been linked to birth defects and certain cancers

Benzene - plastic, laundry detergent


BHA (Butylated Hydroxyanisole) & BHT (Butylated Hydroxytoluene)

These common processed food preservatives have been declared safe but the FDA but are considered possible human carcinogens by the International Agency for Research On Cancer.

 

 

❤️Food Storage

Storing and reheating foods in plastic is a no-no. Some liners of cans can also be dangerous for our health. Among the most common harmful compounds found in food storage are bisphenol A and phthalates, however these are just a couple of the many. Stainless steel and glass are the best containers for water and food. Below are the safest options for food storage.


❤️Cookware

All cookware is not created equal. Non-stick cookware that was made before 2013 can be especially harmful as this was before PFOA was banned. There are still compounds in cookware that can leach into the food and cause health problems. If your non-stick cookware is scratched, it is time to replace it. Stainless steel is generally safe, but not everyone likes to cook with it. Most cast iron, glass, and some ceramic are considered safe.


❤️Water Bottles & Cans

Avoid plastic bottles with recycle number 3, 6, 7, or 9 (usually found on the bottom of the bottle) If you need to drink water out of a plastic bottle, recycle numbers 1 or 2 are best. EWG article named 78 brands that use BPA in their cans and 31 brands that do not.


❤️Household Cleaners

It's time to phase out the windex, tide pods, and clorox bathroom cleaners. These cleaning products often have neurotoxins, hormone disruptors, and carcinogens that can have short and long term health effects. It can feel overwhelming when thinking about switching over all of your cleaning products, so start slow. When something runs out, refer to this list and replace it with one of the items below.


❤️Skin & Oral Care

Skin is the largest organ in our body and what we put on it can be directly absorbed into our bloodstream. A great example of this would be nicotine patches which deliver nicotine through the skin and help decrease symptoms of withdrawal when quitting smoking. Every single day we are putting a variety of substances on to our skin which is why it's so important to make sure we're choosing clean skin care products.



❤️Seafood

Seafood can be so good... or so bad for you. Seafood is a staple of a healthy diet as it provides omega 3 fatty acids that are anti-inflammatory and needed for brain health and neurological development. There are other ways to get omega 3's, but seafood is among the best. That being said, due to high levels of heavy metals in our oceans, fish can be a danger to our health. The predator fish have the highest levels of heavy metals. See below for a guide on how often to eat which types of fish and always buy wild caught!


I am excited to bring you this guide that is simple and easy to use! You no longer have to spend hours researching clean brands as I’ve done all the hard work for you! Simply click on the link to the product you want to buy, and it will direct you to the sales page. Stay healthy!
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Todays Challenge: avoid toxic things

Today's Actions:

✅Eat your protein

Avoid Snacking & practice good TRE

✅Get some exercise 🏃‍♀️🏋️

✅Choose Supportive foods & eat mindfully

✅Get some Sunshine 🌞

✅Go to bed On-time 🛌🕙


~ Micro Workout Suggestions

❤️ 20 Jumping Jacks per minute for 5 minutes or run in place or butt kicks

❤️Air Squats every time you get a text message

❤️ 20 second plank during a commercial break

❤️ 20 squats while you wait for coffee

❤️ 3 sets of push-up (counter pushups while coffee brews)

❤️ Kettlebell swings during a commercial or phone call

❤️ Walk in place or around the car as you fuel up

❤️Pick 3..... consider that a win. We will build on these core strength micro workouts as we move forward in the challenge.

❤️Try to make it fun and a "habit" during the day....







Disclaimer: This is not designed for the diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of diseases, and it should not be considered a substitute for seeking medical treatment or professional guidance. Before initiating any nutrition or physical activity program, it is essential to consult with your physician. The reader assumes sole responsibility for using this program, and the author bears no responsibility or liability for any harm or injury that may arise from the application of the information provided.


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