Endocrine-Disrupting Obesogens: An Interview with Stephen Perrine

Last week we talked about the basics of a group of endocrine-disrupting chemicals called obesogens.  The whole thing sounded pretty bleak, but I promised to bring you some good news, so here we go!

I had the opportunity to interview Steve Perrine, author of The New American Diet, Editor of Children’s Health and Editor-at-Large for Men’s Health.

In our recorded interview, you’ll  learn why:

  • The Old American Diet has stripped vital nutrients from our food, trained our bodies to store fat, and kept us hungry and unhappy
  • Solutions that will trim flab from our bodies, improve our emotional well-being, and cut down our impact on the environment
  • Top 3 recommendations for removing surprise obesogens from your diet
  • How to support repair for harm from exposure

Click here, then click download to listen

*Note:  After clicking download, the MP3 will open in a new window and is about 12 minutes long.

>> READ more about how folate can help reverse damage done by BPA here.

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  • seriousabtplay

    Nice job and good advice with the folates and leafy greens. Good thing my DD loves ceaser salads, so she'll do the romaine lettuce.

  • Thanks for the kudos! We've been focusing on getting more of those good greens in our diets in my family too. I also learned recently that lentils are packed with folate (and tons of fiber), so I just cooked my first lentil soup tonight and it was a hit! Here's the recipe I used (with all organic ingredients of course!) http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/fr

  • Joh

    My 1.5yo son's morning routine is a serving of fruit and oats [mashed with split peas or lentils] which provides complete a protein in our vegetarian diet. 3 times a week we do an omelette with a few spinach/kale frozen baby cubes tossed in. Nice to know there are other benefits to our porridge and “green eggs” I hadn't considered. As always, thanks for all the info!

  • Well you've already got a BPA busting diet going on, Joh! So glad you found the info helpful 🙂

  • Anonymous

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