Environmental Toxins Can Wreck Your Hormones & What You Can Do About It w/Lara Adler

What’s the one thing that so many women are overlooking when trying to fix their hormones?

Environmental toxins.

Sadly, we have a plethora of chemicals in our environment, beauty products, and food that negatively impact both our hormones and overall health in a deep and profound way.

And because many of these chemicals have been deemed “safe,” we miss the compound effect they are having inside of our bodies.

In the kick-off episode for our third season of Hormonally Speaking, I speak with environmental toxins expert and (self-titled) nerd Lara Adler, who breaks down a ton of scientific info for us, including:

-How the industry studies chemical toxicity, and how this isn’t the best approach to determining the actual effects on our health
-Specifically how these chemicals impact our hormone receptors, as well as how they mimic our own hormones
-Where to look for the biggest offenders, and how to start clearing these chemicals out of your environment

This is a power-packed episode of information that will surprise you, and just might be the key to your hormonal dysregulation.

Lara Adler is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and self-educated Environmental Toxins Expert. She’s been a featured speaker on over a dozen Summits, dozens of podcasts, and appeared in a 9-Part Documentary Film Series viewed by millions around the world. She is a member of the Naturopathic Association of Environmental Medicine and the American Holistic Health Association.

She’s attended lectures and symposiums presented by highly respected institutions like the New York Academy of Sciences, and the Mount Sinai Children’s Environmental Health Center and by many of the top names in Epigenetics, Hormone Disruption, and Environmental Health, on topics ranging from prenatal chemical exposures to environmental chemicals impact on the developing brain.

She reads books on plastics, flame retardants, and water fluoridation for fun, and feels honored to share what I know with others, so they can make smarter, healthier choices. Find out more at her website.

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