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Hidden dangers: Could your skincare & perfume be affecting your fertility? Talking all things endocrine disruptors with Naturopath Tash Miers

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Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are no joke, and sadly, they are hiding in almost everything! 

From the cosmetics on our bathroom shelves to the cleaning products under our sinks, these sneaky substances are part of our daily lives. Did you know that women use around 12 personal care products a day, exposing themselves to a staggering 168 different chemicals on average? 


In this eye-opening episode, the wonderful Tash Miers (@bloom.wellness.collective) dives deep into the hidden dangers of EDCs and their insidious impact on our hormonal health.


Join us as we explore how these chemicals interfere with the endocrine system, potentially leading to a host of health issues including hormonal imbalances, reproductive problems, and even chronic diseases. We'll break down the science behind EDCs, reveal the most common culprits, and discuss the latest research on their long-term effects.


But it’s not all doom and gloom! Tash shares practical and empowering tips to help you reduce your exposure to these harmful chemicals. From simple changes in your beauty routine to smart shopping habits, we'll provide actionable steps to protect your health and well-being. Tune in to gain valuable insights and take control of your exposure in a world where EDCs are everywhere.


Whether you're a health-conscious individual or just starting to learn about endocrine disruptors, this episode is packed with essential information and advice. Don't miss out on this crucial conversation about the hidden dangers lurking in our everyday products and how you can safeguard your hormonal health.

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