We often hear that things that are considered “toxic” are always bad for you, while any food or product that is good for you is completely non-toxic,Read More
We are told to live in fear of toxic substances and their effects on our health. But what makes something toxic? And how does our body process toxicants? It’s time to explore the different types of toxic exposures in our daily lives and whether or not we need to worry about them…Read More
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