Is Your Environment Impacting Your Health?
- Posted on: Mar 1 2021
Did you ever think that your surrounding environment could be impacting your every day health? What about your home environment? It could surprise you!
1. Did you know fluoride in your water may contribute to adult acne? I’ve met a prominent researcher who has made it her mission to educate the public on the dangers of fluoride in our water. Surprisingly, most commercial water filters, like Brita, don’t remove fluoride and other contaminants that can be found in both city and well water. So what do you do? Here’s my inexpensive solution, the AquaTru Reverse Osmosis Water Filter! I have this in my home, and it never ceases to amaze me how different properly filtered water tastes compared to tap water.
2. Did you realize that conventional laundry products are some of the highest contributors to household toxicity? Every minute of your life, (outside of showering) your skin is in constant contact with your clothing, bedding, towels and beyond. However, upwards of 90% of store-bought laundry products are scientifically engineered to leave a chemical cocktail on your fabrics. Many of these chemicals have been linked to hormone disruption, respiratory issues, and even cancer. Instead, I recommend My Green Fills, a clean, non-toxic laundry soap small business located in Traverse City, Michigan. Check out how to get 50 free loads of laundry soap by clicking HERE.
3. Have you tried blue light blocking glasses? If you’re like most of the population, you read your phone or iPad at night, even in bed. The blue light that radiates from the screen has been shown to affect sleep patterns. Good news, though! THESE are the blue light-blocking glasses that I wear and recommend to block blue light and help you sleep better at night.
Here are the latest episodes of my podcast, The Holistic Plastic Surgery Show. Please SUBSCRIBE so you don’t miss a single information-packed show!
Episode #226– Playing God: The Evolution of a Modern Surgeon – Part 1 with Dr. Anthony Youn – What does it mean to be a modern surgeon?
Although physicians treat thousands of patients over their careers, there are always a handful of them whom a doctor remembers forever. In this episode, I’m sharing three of these patient stories from my new book, “Playing God: The Evolution of a Modern Surgeon.” The stories on this podcast will touch you, warm your heart, make you chuckle, and remind you that there is a higher power watching over all of us.
These are patients who’ve changed my life, and I hope they change yours, too.
Episode #225 – How to Get a Betty Body with Dr. Stephanie Estima – What is a “Betty?”
According to the Urban Dictionary, a betty epitomizes a modern day queen, commonly associated with increased levels of self-worth. She is educated, deep, witty, simple and young-hearted. She is naturally beautiful, honest, brave, loyal and nurturing. She is the whole package.
So, how do you unleash your inner Betty?
My guest this week, Dr. Stephanie Estima, has written a new book called “The Betty Body,” a complete guide to releasing the inner you. We discuss just how you can do that, focusing on how and why women should eat and exercise differently based off where they are in their menstrual cycle. We explore keto cycling, when HIIT training is no good, how to properly weight train, and a whole lot more.
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