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100 Hormone disrupters you may have missed

Unraveling the intricate world of hormone disruptors is like navigating a hidden maze in our daily lives. Amidst the myriad of products and environments, countless disruptors silently impact our endocrine system. Join us on a revealing journey as we uncover 100 hormone disruptors that often go unnoticed, shedding light on the unexpected sources that may be influencing our hormonal balance. It's time to empower ourselves with knowledge and make informed choices for a healthier and harmonious life.

As I bring you remedies and methods to detox and heal yourself it's super important that you are aware of the things that counter your efforts.

Here's a list that may be right in your immediate environment - that you may want to remove soon

1. Phthalates in plastics

2. Bisphenol A (BPA) in food containers

3. Parabens in cosmetics

4. Triclosan in antibacterial products

5. Synthetic fragrances in personal care items

6. Perchlorate in water and food packaging

7. Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in flame retardants

8. Organophosphate pesticides in fruits and vegetables

9. Dioxins in bleached products (tampons, pads)

10. Glycol ethers in cleaning products

11. Atrazine in herbicides

12. 4-nonylphenol in detergents and cleaning products

13. Lead in cosmetics and paint

14. Arsenic in rice and drinking water

15. Mercury in certain fish

16. PCBs in fish and some building materials

17. DDT and DDE in some imported produce

18. Glyphosate in herbicides

19. Ethylene oxide in sterilizing agents for medical supplies

20. Naphthalene in mothballs and air fresheners

21. Benzene in tobacco smoke and some household products

22. Methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) in gasoline

23. Hexavalent chromium in some drinking water

24. Acrylamide in fried and baked foods

25. Flame retardants in furniture

26. PFOA (perfluorooctanoic acid) in nonstick cookware

27. Styrene in plastic food containers

28. Toluene in nail polish and paint thinners

29. Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) in food preservatives

30. Butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT) in food packaging

31. Nitrites in processed meats

32. Acetaminophen in some pain relievers

33. DEET in insect repellents

34. Nonylphenol ethoxylates (NPEs) in laundry detergents

35. Octinoxate in some sunscreens

36. Oxybenzone in some sunscreens

37. Coal tar in some dandruff shampoos

38. Hydroquinone in skin-lightening creams

39. Fluoride in some toothpaste

40. Synthetic food dyes

41. Aluminum in some antiperspirants

42. Formaldehyde in certain cosmetics and cleaning products

43. Ammonia in household cleaners

44. Ethanolamine in some cosmetics

45. Cadmium in some jewelry

46. Glycolic acid in certain skincare products

47. Teflon coating on cookware

48. Cyclamate in some artificial sweeteners

49. Saccharin in some artificial sweeteners

50. Selenium sulfide in some shampoos

51. P-phenylenediamine in hair dyes

52. Toluene-2,5-diamine in hair dyes

53. Coal tar in some hair dyes

54. Resorcinol in some hair dyes

55. Lead acetate in some hair dyes

56. Aluminum in baking powder

57. Potassium bromate in some bread

58. Sodium benzoate in some soft drinks

59. Potassium sorbate in some foods

60. Sodium nitrate in cured meats

61. Sodium nitrite in cured meats

62. Triphenyl phosphate in nail polish

63. Triethanolamine (TEA) in cosmetics

64. 2-ethylhexyl salicylate in some sunscreens

65. Retinyl palmitate in some skincare products

66. Aluminum in cookware and foil

67. Chlorpyrifos in pesticides

68. Lindane in some shampoos and lice treatments

69. Methylene chloride in paint strippers

70. Diethanolamine (DEA) in cosmetics

71. Imidazolidinyl urea in some cosmetics

72. Diazolidinyl urea in some cosmetics

73. Quaternium-15 in some cosmetics

74. Sodium lauryl sulfate in some personal care products

75. Sodium laureth sulfate in some personal care products

76. Cocamide DEA in some shampoos

77. Octoxynol-9 in some personal care products

78. Benzalkonium chloride in some disinfectants

79. Methylisothiazolinone in some personal care products

80. Benzophenone in some sunscreens

81. Diethyl phthalate (DEP) in personal care products

82. Dimethyl phthalate (DMP) in personal care products

83. Methyl methacrylate in some artificial nails

84. Ethyl methacrylate in some artificial nails

85. Butyl methacrylate in some artificial nails

86. Phthalic anhydride in some nail products

87. Camphor in some nail products

88. Acetone in nail polish remover

89. Formaldehyde resin in some nail products

90. Toluene in nail polish and nail polish remover

91. Xylene in nail polish

92. Paraphenylenediamine (PPD) in some hair dyes

93. Cobalt in some hair dyes

94. Arsenic in some rice-based products

95. Lead in some ceramic dishes

96. Cadmium in some ceramic dishes

97. Arsenic in some baby rice cereal

98. Lead in some baby bibs

99. Flame retardants in some children's products

100. Pesticide residues in non-organic produce.

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