Fad diets have a bad reputation — for many more reasons than what they can do to your gut’s microbiome.
Lots of them forego essential nutrition
Find yourself working overtime and wondering why you’re still not finished your project? After all, you’ve got a whole eight hours if you’re an average office worker in America.
You may not have accomplished everything you set out to in those eight hours because, according to a 2018 survey, almost nobody is working the full eight.
In fact, it’s much more likely that less than three hours of your day are dedicated to actual, nose-to-the-grindstone, productive work. Two hours and fifty-three minutes, to be exact, is the average amount of time spent on work during the day.
The pandemic continuing on into the winter has sounded the death knell for the public indoors – and just when we use them the most! Millions
Have you ever lost touch with a close friend, only to hear about their lives later and think “That doesn’t sound like them at all”?
Since 1980, America’s air pollution has been steadily reverting back to clean air. And although we’re still 10th in a global list of clear skies (behind Canada, Australia, and several European countries), we may soon be booted from the top 10.
You see, fine particulate pollution is our biggest problem.
The task of detoxifying everything in your EDC (endocrine-disruptor) and chemical-laden home is beyond daunting.
Everything from your dish soap to your sofa fabric contains harmful chemicals that the FDA and EPA have determined are safe in measured quantities…
But so little research has been done into which quantities and which length of exposure actually impacts human development, that the “safety” of these chemicals is doubted by many.