Over 2000 nuclear bombs have been detonated around the world. Fukushima
is still pouring out radioactive isotopes and its effects are becoming
increasingly evident. Many of the 77,000+ synthetic chemicals that have
been introduced into our environment in the last 100 years are
xenoestrogens, which are molecules that can fit into estrogen receptors.
Some examples of xenoestrogens are plastics, pesticides, BPA (often
found in canned food, plastics and receipts), antibiotics and hormones
in factory-farmed animal products, soaps, cleaning products, deodorants,
perfumes, air fresheners, ect. They are also found in some plants such
as soy, hops and flax.
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