Responsible for Causing Infertility [Part 2-3]
From the desk of: Dr Gilbert Nnaji
I am sure you are learning something valuable in the series so
far, have you studied the first part of the series?
It wont make sense if you have not studied the first part and
jumped to this one. In order for you to follow and not miss any
vital information, i will advise you click on the headline below
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The Mother of ALL infertility issues
Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals:
Have you ever heard that medical terminology before? I usually
talk about it
in my previous blog posts.
Endocrine Disrupting Chemical (EDCs) according to environmental
toxicologists are certain chemicals the copy and disrupts the
activities of the normal human hormones.
The sad thing is that, many of theses so-called Endocrine
disrupting Chemicals can be gotten from foods, household
plastics and personal care products that are imported into the
country, without proper regulation
What Reproductive Health Effects Do EDCs have on you
Because EDCs are synthetic, not naturally designed for man, the
constituents have been found to be harmful, here, see a few
- Cleaning products
- Personal care products
- Consumer products
- Nail polishes
These are alternatively called "Hormone Mimicker",
because they have almost the same chemical structures like the
normal hormone. You will understand this if you did science,
otherwise don't bother, keep reading, it will be clear as we
Top 5 List of Reproductive Toxins Responsible
for most Infertility Issues:
According to the
Environmental Working Group (EWG) an agency that monitors toxic
chemical effects on health, the following are the list of high
risk reproductive toxins:
1. Phthalates: Used in making plastics, children's toys, medical
supplies, Intravenous bags. They have been linked to miscarriage
and testicular toxicity.
2. Bisphenol: Found in plastic containers, and by heating would
release toxic chemicals into food and water.
3. Formaldehyde: Found in air-fresheners, deodorants, floor
polish, upholstery cleaner.
4. Coffee: Coffee consumption before and after conception is a
risk factor for miscarriage when mother consumed 2 - 3 cups of
coffee per day.
5. Pesticides: Non organic fruits and vegetables, nut, dairy and
unfiltered tap water.
Other High Risk Reproductive Toxins you Should Look out for:
6. Flame retardant
7. Microwave popcorn bags
8. Non stick cookware
10. Dry cleaning chemicals
11. Paint fumes
12. VCH (vinylcyclohexene) chemicals used in making rubbers,
14. Car exhaust decrease fertility
15. Smoking causes low sperm count
16. Water chlorine (bleach) decreases sperm count
17. Cocaine use causes abnormal development of babies in the
18. Food additive Mono sodium glutamate reduces pregnancy
19. Chemical solvents exposure can cause miscarriage
20. Alcohol consumption reduces chances of conception and
Ways you Can Use to Minimize Toxins Exposure:
1. Avoid smoking and alcohol
2. Buy and eat only organic and natural foods to reduce your
exposure to pesticides
3. Eat naturally prepared meals and mostly raw, avoid processed
and prepackaged foods from grocery stores. They are laden with
preservatives and dangerous to your fertility health.
4. Store your food and beverage in glass rather than plastic
5. Do not heat your food in microwave, this releases dangerous
toxins into your food.
6. Use natural body care products and avoid synthetically made
These health information are so important, that you need to
gradually need to start making changes in the way you live and
eat altogether, one step at a time.
The purpose of this series is to introduce to your a home study
course that will be launched on Thursday, 20th April.
In this home study you will Step-by-Step natural approaches with
PDF materials how you can flush out reproductive toxins from
your body and be ready for a healthy conception, don't miss it.
The concluding part of this fertility detox newsletter will come
to you on Tuesday, 19th 2017. It will be titled:
Complications of Reproductive Toxins and Solution
Expect this educative newsletter with actionable tips you can
apply to better to your reproductive health.
Dr. Gilbert Nnaji
Your Fertility Expert