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Environmental Toxins and Cancer

Updated: Jul 19, 2021

Environmental Toxins and Cancer

Environmental factors including tobacco smoke, nutrition, physical activity, and exposure to environmental carcinogens are estimated to be responsible for 75-80% of cancer diagnosis and death in the world.

We live in a toxic world. Our exposure to cancer-causing chemicals/substances (ingesting, inhaling, absorbing them) often happens on a completely unconscious level. While toxins are everywhere, most of them are invisible.

The top 4 toxins most commonly found in cancer patients are:

☢️ Pesticides

☢️ Plastics

☢️ Mold

☢️ Heavy Metals

These toxins were found to suppress the human immune system, cause DNA and mitochondrial damage, inflammation, and disrupt hormones.

Cancer is not just bad luck but is merely a cellular response to a toxic environment.

Below are 4 tips that you can follow to reduce the risk of exposure:

✅ Avoid processed food and eat organic.

✅ Avoid plastic bottles, containers, and microwaves; use glass or steelware instead.

✅ Use high-quality air and water filters.

✅ Check daily cleaning and personal care products ingredients before buying; go as natural and organic as possible.


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