EDCs can also harm the brain and nervous system. Prenatal and childhood exposure is linked to:
Memory and attention deficits
Neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s
Take a look at that first grouping and then ask yourself if it’s any wonder so many young couples are suddenly facing infertility issues.
It’s such a private thing that people don’t talk about very often, but I would bet you probably know someone in your life right now facing infertility issues.
And the cause may be EDCs….
Specifically, the EDCs that we are rubbing all over our skin each day!
The enemy is within the building folks!
The enemy is in the expensive creams and lotions that we pay so much money for and then rub all over our skin.
As someone who has young daughters at home, this one hits REALLY close to home.
How about you?
In fact, studies are now showing that ON AVERAGE young women use EIGHT personal-care products a day that contain EDCs!
Are you kidding me?
And some were as high as 17:
WOMEN’S PERSONAL-CARE PRODUCTS AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH.
According to the following study, young women use at least eight personal-care products a day that contain known endocrine-disrupting chemicals. Some of the women in the study used up to 17. pic.twitter.com/tUVs66h5Fn
Endocrine-disrupting chemicals, also known as EDCs, are natural or human-made substances that interfere with the healthy functioning of the body’s endocrine system.
The endocrine system is made up of glands throughout the body, along with the hormones that these glands produce and receptors that respond to the hormones. Endocrine glands include the pituitary, thymus, pancreas and adrenals. Hormones act like messengers, traveling through the body to deliver instructions that control biological processes ranging from growth and development to sleep, digestion and childbirth.
Humans have more than 50 hormones. These include estrogen and testosterone, which help to control sexual development, as well as the “feel good” hormones serotonin, endorphins and oxytocin, which regulate mood, along with many other processes.
Endocrine-disrupting chemicals change how the endocrine system works. Some EDCs are chemically similar to our hormones and mimic their effects in the body. Others block the action of hormones, increase or decrease their levels, or affect how the body responds.
Because the endocrine system is extremely sensitive, endocrine disruptors can be hazardous in tiny amounts, such as one part per trillion — the equivalent of one drop of water in 20 Olympic-sized swimming pools. Some of these substances, such as lead, are so harmful that there is no known level of exposure that is not considered dangerous to some degree.
According to one estimate, there are roughly 1,000 endocrine disrupting chemicals currently in use. However, this number is likely an undercount. There are hundreds of thousands of synthetic chemicals, and only a small percentage have been assessed for their effects on the endocrine system.
What’s clear from these studies, and others, is that personal-care products are one of the most significant sources of exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals for women. If you’re worried about your reproductive health, ditch them or find natural alternatives. pic.twitter.com/FvVCuPQoez
Tell them Noah sent you and I promise you will get a personal call, text or email.
Don’t freak out when you do.
I know I tend to get concerned when I get messages from numbers I don’t recognize, but if you request a Free Invite (Link here: http://bit.ly/3E5K89d) you WILL have someone from my Inner Circle reach out to you….so be ready!
These are awesome people and I think you’ll love getting a chance to talk with them.
And they’ll help get you all set up.
Then put me to the test…
I’ve had people take their products and run them through the most detailed, scientific lab testing possible and they pass with flying colors.
Who’s with me?
NOTE: am I saying we can CURE infertility? No, absolutely not. Am I saying that you should consider getting as far away from EDCs as you can? 100% yes. Let’s start there and see what happens? Sound good?
What is the primary medical credo?
DO NO HARM.
How about if we cut off the products that are doing harm and then we see where we go from there?
That good with everyone?
p.s. Since everyone gets personal attention, we will take these in the order in which they come in. So if you are excited, ask for your invite now or you might be far down on the list. I have a great team, but they can only do so much and they’ll work on a first-come, first-served basis.