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Cosmetics, Toiletries, Household Cleaning Products now may make up One Half of All Urban Air Pollution, Auto Exhaust Declining

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Basically, women are sick with many hormone related diseases because they are poisoning themselves with common household products that are hormone disruptive. These products may contain natural or synthetic chemicals that disrupt and compete with your hormones and do NOT show up on the hormone test.

Recently, scientists have found that cosmetics, perfumes, toiletries, paints and other common products found in the house are now contributing a significant amount of pollution in urban areas even compared to vehicle exhaust from cars and trucks. VOCs or Volatile Organic Compounds are released from pesticides, herbicides, building materials, perfumes, and hairsprays are largely unregulated. Scientific researcher Joost de Gouw writes that these compounds evaporates almost completely as compared to fuel for vehicles that burn up. Alastair Lewis, professor of atmospheric chemistry at the University of York, estimates that a quarter to a third of all pollutions is from VOCs. Researcher McDonald shows that one half of all pollutants from fossil fuels now is made up of these household products. Both indoor and outdoor urban air was measured and found that before emissions from vehicles used to be dominant, but now VOCs from household chemicals are becoming more dominant. Vehicle exhaust is trending downward. However, now more and more the problem is becoming dominated by household product VOCs.

A researcher King’s College London of air pollution, David Green, stated, “Organic aerosols, which are produced when these volatile chemicals react in the atmosphere contribute significantly to UK PM2.5 concentrations as they do all over the world. In London, where we measure these routinely, approximately a third of PM2.5s can be attributed to organic aerosols which come from a range of sources including vehicle emissions, wood burning and even cooking. This paper highlights a previously poorly understood source which is currently unregulated.”

http://science.sciencemag.org/content/359/6377/760

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/feb/15/cleaning-products-urban-pollution-scientists

Johnson and Johnson has a Major Push to Make Their Products Less Toxic. 98% Ingredients are NOT OK to Use. Only 2% are OK to Use.

Johnson and Johnson has just gone through a major transformation to convert their baby products to safer formulations.  Several weeks ago, I visited their website which claimed that 98% of the cosmetics and toiletries ingredients were toxic, only 2% were alright to use.  I visited the website today and could not find that page again.  [...]

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Study Showed Parabens, a Common Preservative in Cosmetics, Soaps, and Lotions are Related to Poor Sperm Quality

Men who had high concentrations of parabens in their urine had low testosterone and poor sperm quality.  Parabens are common chemicals that are used in cosmetics, lotions, shampoos, lipstick, sprays, gels, and even some food products.  Parabens are preservatives used to kill bacteria in these products.When I polled pharmacists, in early the 2000's, many pharmacists [...]

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New Study Shows Men in Europe, United States, Australia Have Declining Sperm Counts Possibly due to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals

Researchers found that between 1973 and 2011 sperm counts dropped 52.4%.Researchers at Icahn School of Medicine and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Hadassah-Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine looked at 185 sperm count studies from 1973 to 2011.  This totaled 43,000 men.  Sperm Count Data was taken from North America, Europe, Australia and New [...]

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Paul Marik, MD Discovers the Holy Grail of Sepsis Treatment

More people die of sepsis than Breast Cancer, Colon Cancer and AIDS put together every year in the USA.  Thousands of people die from sepsis every day.  This is equivalent to 3 jumbo jets crashing into the ground every day.  Sepsis is the most common cause of death in Hospitalized Patients.  $20 billion dollars a [...]

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Heart Attack Caused By Vasospasm Caused by Magnesium Deficiency Caused by Xenoestrogens

Some physicians attribute Heart Attack due to vasospasm to psychological stress. I agree. However, a magnesium deficiency in the body will set up the environment that makes vasospasm easy to trigger.In my mind, a MAGNESIUM DEFICIENCY, is much more of a factor in creating vasospasm. Whenever there are xenoestrogens on the skin or inhaled (fragrances), this will create a MAGNESIUM [...]

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Postpartum Depression and Postpartum Blues Lifted by Simple Nutritional Supplement

Postpartum blues is a mild psychological depression that occurs right after delivery and peaks 5 days after delivery. During one day of third-trimester pregnancy, the woman produces 400 mg/day of Natural Progesterone. This progesterone produced during the third trimester of pregnancy is mainly being produced by the placenta. After the placenta is [...]

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Progesterone and Solving Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

I recently had a patient call me about the use of progesterone for Erectile Dysfunction or ED. He claimed that after 4 days of using topical progesterone use he began to have morning erections. I was completely taken by surprise. I had never heard of Progesterone being used for Erectile Dysfunction.One of [...]

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Hair Loss and Regrowth, Rapid Beating Heart, and High Histamines

I recently had a patient that had recurrent hair loss and hair regrowth.  She noted that after eating certain foods she had a rapidly beating heart.  The rapid beating heart is called heart palpitations.  Here is an email from her reprinted with her permission.A while back, I wrote you about my heart-racing episodes. You [...]

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Time Magazine Says that Progesterone Stops Early Miscarriage

Today, January 10, 2017, Time Magazine published an article on their website that Natural Progesterone stopped early miscarriage. Stephenson, MD associated with the University of Illinois demonstrated that women that took Natural Progesterone 100-200 mg of micronized vaginally every 12 hours improved their pregnancy success. These women were selected because they had several [...]

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