Toxins are everywhere – in food, water, the air we breathe, and yes, even furniture. Some of the most common environmental toxins include heavy metals (lead, aluminum, and mercury), chlorine, formaldehyde, pollution, mold, flame retardants, exhaust, BPA, and even electromagnetic radiation, just to name a few.
Environmental toxins can wreak havoc on your health, especially if you’re immune-compromised. They’ve been linked to disrupting the endocrine system, immune system, reproductive system, and the brain.
In this short video, Dr. Wally Taylor, national leader in environmental medicine and Forum Health provider at Forum Health Austin in Austin, Texas, shares how toxins can impact your health, how to identify them, and most importantly, ways to eliminate them for better health.