Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 21, 2013
With the predominant use of plastic bottles and canned food in America, the urgency to take action against increased intake of Bisphenol A (BPA) is vital. With recent studies linking BPA to harming estrogenic effects and infertility, Dr. Bob, “The Drugless Doctor” has compiled various all-natural tips to ensure female’s safety from toxic damages.
“BPA is a hormone-disrupting chemical that is prevalent in humans due to the average consumer unknowingly using products with this toxic substance,” said Dr. Bob, D.C., NHD, founder of DruglessDoctor.com. “With the steady increase in toxic additives from commercially packaged food preparation and chemical usage, and in this case BPA, significant actions for a cleaner diet must be taken.”
The following tips are provided by Dr. Bob to decrease the effects of the hormone disruptor BPA and while taking measures to prevent infertility:
1) Be Cautious of BPA Heavy Products: Canned foods, lined with high traced of BPA resin, liquid packets, and plastics marked with the number “#7” can all contain high amounts of BPA. It’s best to opt for ceramic, glass, stainless steel, and other “cooking-safe dishware” and avoid all use of any old or stretched polycarbonate bottles.
2) Conduct a Urine Iodine Loading Test: It’s critical to test the iodine level in urine as the element, often disrupted by BPA, is crucial for normal thyroid gland function. The Estronex Urine Profile™ also assesses the risk of developing estrogen sensitive cancers and a collateral damage challenge precipitated by BPA.
3) Limit Gluten Consumption: Gluten is known to create adrenal stress, which in turn causes adrenal exhaustion negating the balance between DHEA, progesterone, testosterone, and estrogen. Optimal adrenal function is necessary to “push” toxic minerals and their counter parts from the body. The imbalances relates to women’s inability t
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