Environmental toxins such as lead, mercury and dioxin are serious hazards to human health. Fortunately, there are ways to both minimize your exposure to and lower the quantity of toxins in your body.
To reduce your exposure:
- Do not smoke, and avoid secondhand smoke.
- Eat organically grown, pesticide-free foods whenever possible.
- Eat foods lower on the food chain.
- Do not ingest toxic or synthetic substances, including artificial colors in foods.
- Avoid living or working near hazardous sites such as reclaimed landfills or toxic waste dumps.
- Seek employment that does not involve contact with chemicals or chemical solvents.
Don’t miss tomorrow’s Daily Tip, when we cover ways to eliminate toxins that may already be in your system.
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