Microwave Popcorn is Killing You! In this quickie episode of Holistic Health News, Gregory discusses the innumerable toxins in microwave popcorn. This leads to a greater discussion of fluoride-based chemicals, such as PFOAs, PFCs, and PFASs, that are found everywhere in our food and homes, and their adverse effects on increasing your odds of getting cancer, heart disease and hormone dysregulation. Gregory talks about how even though some PFOAs have been taken out of microwave popcorn, the new chemicals which have replaced them are suspect as well. Lastly, he offers healthier alternatives like air popped popcorn.
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Microwave Popcorn is Killing You
We have three podcasts in the Naturopathic Earth family. The flagship is Holistic Health News (HHN). It covers a wide, wide girth of topics ranging from exposing toxins in our food and home to medical expose; from conspiracy theories to inter gender dynamics and addictions. There are over 200 episodes. Peruse the titles for we are confident you will find many to your liking.
Katie’s Essential Oil Apothecary is all about essential oils. In Season 1 Katie covered mint, frankincense, lavender, and lemon oils. In Season 2, Gregory covered rosemary, eucalyptus, and more. They also cover overall issues in aromatherapy.
Confessions of an Obese Child is a podcast ideal for either those suffering from addictions to food (or anything else) and, of course, those who grew up obese. The first 20 episodes deal with his obese childhood and traumatic things that occurred to him during that time. The later episodes deal with post-weight loss issues like “Survivor’s Guilt,” orthorexia, exercise addiction, and more. Plus Gregory interviews other formerly obese people like Heather.
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