Environmental Hormones and Chemicals Mimic Your Hormones

chemicals in hormones

Principle #4 (The 7 principles of fat burning)

If you want to know why your weight problem is becoming worse, you don’t have to look far. You are presently being exposed to synthetic environmental hormones on a daily basis. The meats and meat products we eat come from animals that have been given hormones—chickens, turkeys, cattle and fish. Certain groups will tell you there is no proof that these man-made hormones administered to animals have any effect on our bodies. Yet if you go overseas to countries that don’t use these hormones, people are thinner—Europeans especially.

Another interesting observation is that chemicals such as pesticides and insecticides have the ability to act like hormones in our bodies. Your food is heavily sprayed with these toxic chemicals.

The Environmental Protection Agency has a name for these chemicals; collectively they’re called endocrine disruptors, meaning any chemicals that mimic, block or otherwise disrupt the normal function of hormones.

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