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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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Alicia Voorhies is a Registered Nurse who decided to take a break to relax and enjoy her young kids after 13 years of working with disabled adults. She began to explore the world of alternative health ideas and was immediately attracted to the mysteries of endocrine disruptors and their effect on children. In 2007 she founded The Soft Landing along with her mom and sisters to help parents provide a safe, natural home for their children without drowning in an overwhelming sea of information.

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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.

  • http://thesoftlanding.com Alicia

    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!

  • http://thesoftlanding.com Alicia

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

  • Anonymous

    The medical science has very few methods to treat this types of cancer. This method helps the doctors to detect the severity of the neuroendocrine colon cancer and helps to determine the suitable medication and treatment for it. Immunohistochemical staining methods is specifically used for neuroendocrine markers.

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