How to get out of survival mode Tip #4:
Avoiding Sneaky Thyroid Disruptors & Reducing Our Toxic Burden
Sneaky Thyroid Disruptors
Aluminum will mimic naturally occurring hormones in the body like estrogens (the female sex hormone) and is an endocrine disruptor. Aluminum will bind to a receptor within a cell and block the endogenous hormone from binding. This stops the normal signaling to occur and your body won’t respond properly which could lead to likely creating more than it needs.
Deodorant and antiperspirants impair the underarm lymph nodes. Aluminum-based compounds are the active ingredients in antiperspirants. Sweating is a necessity in life. There are roughly three million sweat glands pumping out as much as 14 liters/ 3 gallons of water a day. Sweat, as stinky and uncomfortable as it can be at times, is a natural and healthy part of life, helping to cool the body, release toxins and helps to maintain normal body temperatures. Sweat isn’t inherently stinky either. In fact, it’s nearly odorless. The stench comes from bacteria that break down from one of two types of sweat on your skin. Deodorant advertisers have done a pretty neat job of convincing us that we’re disgustingly smelly people who in fact need to be refined and save our stinky selves by their products. We’ve been wonderfully brainwashed into thinking sweating is a bad thing. Sweating from the heat, sweating from exercise, and sweating from stress are all different, chemically speaking. Stress sweat smells the worst. That’s because smelly sweat Is only produced by one of the two types of sweat glands called the Apocrine glands, which are usually in areas with lots of hair—like our Armpits, the groin area, and scalp. The odor is the result of the bacteria that break down the sweat once it’s released onto your skin.
While women have more sweat glands than men, men’s sweat glands
Produce more sweat. Commercial deodorants are something you truly need to purge out of your life. Aluminum-based antiperspirants may increase the risk for breast cancer, Alzheimer’s disease & Kidney Disease (Scientists noticed that dialysis patients who had these high aluminum levels were more likely to develop dementia too.)
A study published suggests that parabens from antiperspirants appear to increase your risk of breast cancer. This research, which was also reviewed in an editorial published in the Journal of Applied Toxicology, looked at where breast tumors were appearing, and determined that higher concentrations of parabens were found in the upper quadrants of the breast and axillary area, where antiperspirants are usually applied.
Journal of Applied Toxicology January 12, 2012: 32(3); 219-232
Journal of Applied Toxicology February 1, 2012: 32(5); 305-309
1/2 c. baking soda
1/2 c. arrowroot powder or ½ cup of cornstarch
5 tbsp. unrefined virgin coconut oil
10 drops of grapefruit essential oil or lavender essential oil
You can pick your favorite scent. I like lavender or grapefruit.
Empty deodorant stick or Mason jar
Mix baking soda and arrowroot together.
Melt your coconut oil in the microwave in a microwave safe bowl.
Mix all ingredients the baking soda and arrowroot powder with the oil, pour into clean small Mason jar, (or your empty stick container) add your essential oil to the Mason jar or the empty stick container, using a wooden Popsicle stick, give it a good stir to mix everything. Close you’re the lid. Once you mix that essential oil in the bowl, it can only be used for the purpose of making your deodorant. Everything you’ve used is edible except the essential oils.
This will take roughly 24 hours to set. It will thicken up. I use my finger to scrape what I need out of the Mason jar and scoop it across my underarm. This will last you for a good 6 months!
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Telling jokes to friends is a great way to get a laugh if the joke is funny enough and reaches the right audience. I certainly hope these jokes tickle your funny bones because the experience of aging is universal.
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