Before we begin, take a moment to breathe. Place your hand over your chest area, near your heart. Breathe long but light breaths from the belly for about a minute. This automatically resets your body into a relaxing state i.e. parasympathetic nervous system. See here to read why this is so incredibly important.
A toxic planet for humans
A shockingly under reported issue is how environmental toxins are impacting human health. Environmental toxins are the leading cause of premature death, accounting for up to 15%.
From the air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, and the products we use to cook and clean with; our bodies are polluted by hundreds of chemicals that are not supposed to be there. Human activity produces 250 billion tonnes of chemicals every year. This is causing cancer, reproductive problems and respiratory illnesses as well as general fatigue and low energy.
In Slow Death by Rubber Duck, Rick Smith & Bruce Lourie stated that;
“Even the most clean living among us are polluted. Newborn babies are being born with over 200 chemicals already flowing through their bloodstream: heavy metals, perfluorinated compounds (PFCs), phthalates, the list goes on and on”.Slow Death by Rubber Duck
The two authors ran experiments to test their blood for dangerous chemicals. They tested things from canned food to antibacterial soap to plastic baby toys i.e. Rubber Ducks! The results were quite shocking.
They realised that pollution has changed dramatically in the past few decades:
- Pollution is global rather than local
- It’s moved from being highly visible to being invisible
- In many cases, its effects are now chronic and long-term, rather than acute and immediate.
Alarming health impacts
Most of these toxins have never been tested to see how they affect us. But we are starting to see the impacts now.
According to Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, the main danger comes from aluminum, which can be in the food, drinking water, vaccines and even the air we breathe. Science has exposed aluminium as almost certainly contributing to alzheimers and even to alzheimers and the decline in bee populations. But the official response to this is to shut down all research and suppress and censor anything that exposes the toxicity of aluminium!
Children’s health is also especially a major concern with chemicals of high concern found in thousands of children’s products. Children are uniquely vulnerable given their hand to mouth tendencies and obviously under developed bodies and brains makes them much more susceptible.
Perhaps even more worrying is that there are alarmingly low sperm and testosterone levels in men. Chemicals in our environment and lifestyle factors have meant that sperm counts among men in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand declined more than 59% from 1973 to 2011. By 2045 at least half of all men will be infertile and the rest will have very low fertility…
Given the aforementioned severe health and existential threats, you would think this would be being talked about just a wee, tincy, tiny bit more!?
You know, so called ‘experts’, ‘doctors’, ‘scientists’ and ‘politicians’ who say they have our best interests at heart highlighting and campaigning that we need to avoid certain chemicals and toxins and men need to increase their testosterone to keep the human race alive???
In a normal society, they would.
But in the inverted, upside down Orwellian society that we now clearly live in to anyone with their eyes open, the only issues the mainstream tells us to focus on are feminism, racism and how many new cases of
covid flu there are.
This is because the mainstream represents those with power and money.
A society of weak people, especially men who don’t stand up for themselves, is a society that can easily be controlled by the powers that be. Hence, they get more power and money. So why would whey want to talk about the decline of testosterone?
Exposing these issues to the wider public would also impact the bottom line of many corporations. And we can’t have human life being placed above the profits of corporations! And so the public are distracted with meaningless trivia and kept in the dark.
Practical ways to avoid toxins in everyday life
How do you maintain a good level of health in a world that has become alarmingly toxic and incompatible with life as a whole?
The reality is you have to go out of your way to be healthy. But there are solutions and implementing them can also give you a sense of empowerment that YOU are taking charge of you and your families health.
Here are some practical ways to avoid and limit your exposure to common toxins;
1. Avoid aluminium laden deodorants, personal care products with chemicals or with “fragrance” or “parfum” listed as an ingredient. Choose natural products with the simplest ingredient list or make your own
2. Make your own natural air fresheners and cleaning products from baking soda, vinegar, lemon juice and essential oils
3. Get rid of nonstick and aluminium pans and use stainless steel or cast iron for cooking instead
4. Get a shower curtain and buy clothes made from natural fibers like wool, cotton, bamboo and hemp etc
5. Use fluoride free toothpaste
6. Vacuum, dust and ventilate your home regularly
7. Eat local, whole organic food or grow your own – limit processed food
8. Always buy the dirty dozen fruits and vegetables organic. Always buy organic oats if you eat them regularly (oats contain highest amount of glyphosate – a highly dangerous pesticide known to cause cancer)
9. Use BPA free or glass food containers and water bottle
10. Buy BPA free canned foods
11. Avoid plastic containers and never microwave plastic
12. Drink filtered water
13. Use plants in your home to act as air purifiers i.e. spider plant, aloe vera etc
14. Spend time away from wi-fi and technology – we are born with a functional detox system to flush out toxins but wi-fi disables many of the detox enzymes
15. Flush out heavy metals – silica has been shown to help especially for aluminium as well as chlorella and of course eating quality foods such as parsley and fresh greens
Raise awareness and start small
Start by doing one good thing for yourself today. Choose the easiest tip for you from the list above and actually implement it. Most people will dismiss it or think it seems to hard to do and won’t do anything. Don’t be one of those people.
My call to action would be to make others aware. It would NOT be possible for us to continue living in such a toxic way without the passive conformity and ignorance of the majority of people. Don’t live in ignorance, because in this case it really is not bliss.