70. Environmental Toxins with Dr. Jessica Tran

Episode Summary

Environmental toxins accumulate in the body and can cause cancer, heart disease, fatigue, digestive problems, and lots of other stuff nobody wants. And they’re everywhere. Here to teach you how to protect yourself and what you can do about these dangerous chemicals is Dr. Jessica Tran. This brilliant clinician isn’t only a clinical researcher who is fellowship-trained and board-certified in environmental medicine, she’s President of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine.
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Key Takeaways To Tune In For

  • [01:25] What are environmental toxins 
  • [03:30] Artificial sweeteners are artificial chemicals 
  • [04:00] Health effects linked to artificial sweeteners directly 
  • [06:00] Impacts these chemicals have on our health 
  • [08:10] Are the environmental exposure that specifically affect women
  • [16:00] How you can get an environmental exposure test
  • [18:40] Can environmental toxins affect your weight 
  • [19:30] What are the different way the body detoxifies
  • [25:30] Metals that accumulate in the body 
  • [28:45] How to test for elevated metal exposure 
  • [31:30] How toxic relationships affect your health 
  • [34:30] Health food that helps pulls medals out of the body

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