7 WARNING signs of TOXIC OVERLOAD
Scientist categorise Earth as a toxic planet
The World Health Organization estimates that 7 million people die each year from causes directly attributable to air pollution alone. Many of these mortalities are attributable to indoor air pollution. Worldwide more deaths per year are linked to air pollution than to auto
The 3 BIGGEST Challenges
1. Food, Water, Air Humans emit more than 250 billion tonnes of chemical substances a year, in a toxic avalanche that is harming people and life everywhere on the planet.
2. Medications In total, 443,900 deaths from prescription medication were reported to one of the US’s poison centres, with analgesics—or pain-killers—being the deadliest poison, responsible for 11 percent of all deaths reported. Sedatives and antidepressants were the fifth and sixth major killers respectively.
3. Endocrine disrupting
chemicals “The diverse systems affected by endocrine-disrupting chemicals likely include all hormonal systems and range from those controlling development and function of reproductive organs to the tissues and organs regulating metabolism and satiety. “Effects on these systems can lead to obesity, infertility or reduced fertility, learning and memory difficulties, adult-onset diabetes or cardiovascular disease, as well as a variety of other diseases.”
The 7 Danger signs of toxic overload.
Are you experiencing any of the following
- Congested sinuses
- Leg cramps or frequent pain in joints
- Unexplained chronic fatigue
- Skin Problems
- Frequent Headaches or Brain Fog
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