7 Thyroid Damagers Hiding Out in Your Home

7 Thyroid Damagers Hiding Out in Your Home


Dr. Axe: Hey, guys, Dr. Josh Axe here with
Jordan Rubin.
Welcome to Ancient Medicine Today.
Today we’re going to be talking about the
many things that are actually destroying your
thyroid and some of the top foods and nutrients
and herbs you need to start taking in order
to boost your thyroid health.
Jordan, there are so many people today that
are struggling with thyroid issues.
I remember when I first opened my clinic in
Nashville, I was surprised by how many women
were coming to my office with Hashimoto’s
disease, hypothyroidism, a number of other
thyroid-related issues.
How prevalent is hypothyroidism?
Then let’s start jumping in to some of the
things we can start to do to fix our thyroid.
Jordan: Well, I think the issues with our
thyroid really is environmental and that’s
perfect for today’s discussion.
We’re going to talk to you about some of the
hidden destroyers of your thyroid health in
your home.
But I would guess, and I’m just guessing,
that thyroid disease diagnosed in what they
call sub-clinical probably affects more than
half of the women above 35 years of age.
Dr. Axe: Wow.
Jordan: I would add adrenal to that.
The adrenal thyroid axis, so to speak, is
absolutely compromised today with all of the
challenges that we have in our environment,
everything that we’re putting in our bodies,
surrounding our bodies with.
We’re going to help you change that.
So, if you know anybody today that is a female–and
males have thyroid issues too, believe it
or not–go ahead and click that share button
because we’re going to teach you how to avoid
some of these common thyroid destroyers and
some ways to boost and balance your thyroid.
Dr. Axe: All right, Jordan, let’s dive right
in and talk about some of the things destroying
our thyroid.
Number one here I’ll have you talk about pizza
boxes.
Jordan: Well, first of all, this is a really
small pizza.
This is like the Alice in Wonderland pizza
box.
First of all, we want to be very clear.
We’re not against pizza boxes.
This is an example of modern technology and
packaging that’s laced with chemicals.
You can even smell the chemicals.
There are various glues.
There are various bleaches, etc.
So, when you expose yourself to some of these
compounds, they actually can adhere to some
of the receptor sites that are thyroid-specific.
So, when you’re dealing with a lot of particularly
food handling materials, you’re going to get
residue from here.
I will say this.
It’s probably better that there’s nothing
in here, even though this would be like a
tiny Elvis version of pizza.
But what you wrap your food in, what you store
your food in–plastics, plastic wrap, aluminum
foil–can be very deleterious to your health.
Dr. Axe: Oh yeah, big time.
Jordan: So, point number one, avoid tiny pizza
boxes.
Stay away.
Dr. Axe: Absolutely.
Well, you know, one of the other things that
might surprise people is popcorn.
I read an article here.
Actually, this is a study out of Harvard that
says a lot of these flavorings in popcorn
are actually worse for you in cigarettes.
So, pretty crazy here.
You can see these popcorn kernels.
When you’re doing popcorn, make sure it’s
organic.
The other thing they talked about in the study
is the lining.
When you’re actually putting in microwaveable
popcorn, the lining in there actually has
a plastic like substance that then gets on
your popcorn and they are endocrine disruptors.
They cause liver issues, can cause kidney
issues over time.
So, again, popcorn, I know it’s typically
thought of, Jordan, this is one of those diet
snacks out there.
A lot of people are trying to do the low fat
microwaveable popcorn but we know it affects
the livers, affects the kidneys and according
to one Harvard researcher, it could be worse
for you than cigarettes.
Jordan: Think about this.
Most of what we’re going to talk about today,
it’s about convenience.
You mentioned microwaves.
Microwaving food wasn’t up here, but getting
radiation into your body, I was told since
I was young by my dad, who’s a naturopath
and a chiropractor don’t have a microwave
in your home, don’t stand in front of a microwave
when someone is using it and don’t ever eat
food.
It’s been dramatically altered and destroyed
like nothing else.
So, think about this.
We are not against convenience, but in many
cases, doing things the shortcut way shortcuts
your health.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
Jordan: So, now we’re going to talk about
dental floss.
I’ll admit, I haven’t been a big flosser in
my life the last few years.
Now I really believe in the health of my gums,
so I am flossing.
But the chemicals and even the materials that
this floss is made from can be harmful.
This is all about endocrine disrupting.
Endocrine is your hormonal system and these
toxins and chemicals can bind to the thyroid-specific
receptor sites, even causing Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
So, it causes an autoimmune phenomenon.
So, when you use dental floss–and not everyone
likes this–use the kind that is more sustainable.
Get it from a health food store.
The fibers are different.
The junk they put in it is certainly removed.
Make sure to read.
You’ve got artificial colors, dyes, etc.
Make sure to floss but use floss.
It’ll be off color.
It’ll be from your health food store but find
safe dental floss is a good search term for
online.
Dr. Axe: One of the things Jordan and I both
promote and love doing is oil pulling instead.
Again, you can get natural floss and that’s
great, but doing oil pulling, doing some coconut
oil mixed with maybe some good essential oil
such as myrrh oil and clove oil, swishing
that around in your mouth, that’s a good replacement
as well.
The next one here, we’ve got these pans that
are made with things such as Teflon and you
can see here that obviously it’s great because
these are known as typically nonstick pans,
but eventually . . . and I know in certain
countries, Jordan, these types of pans are
actually banned in certain countries as well.
Jordan: Ban the pan.
Dr. Axe: Ban the pan.
Yeah.
These actually have something called PFOAs.
When you heat these pans, they give off carcinogenic
agents, that means cancer causing agents as
well.
So, we definitely highly recommend getting
rid of these pans that are nonstick.
Use stainless steel when you are cooking.
Typically you want to put some oil in the
pan such as coconut oil or ghee or avocado
oil, letting it get warm and then putting
your food on a couple minutes after it’s warm
and you’ll actually have a lot less stick
there.
But this has actually been specifically connected
to kidney and liver disease as well as being
carcinogenic, cancer-causing.
So, stay away from this.
Switch to stainless steel, copper, ceramic.
These things are better instead.
Jordan: This is really, really harmful also.
You can see the surface.
This is a beautiful new one.
But when you begin to use a fork or a knife
or even certain spatulas, you start to cut
it up and fragments of this get in your food
and certainly the gases.
This is a bummer because it is amazing.
You can fry an egg in here and not use any
oil.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
Jordan: Here’s the way I look at it.
I overcome the issue of nonstick by having
teenagers in the house and we make them clean
the pots and pans.
But it’s true though, people don’t like to
make eggs and other entrees because they stick
so much.
Even the make the oil warm trick only works
some of the time.
But listen, remember, convenience is important
but your health is more important.
Wouldn’t you be glad to know this now than
later?
What a silly thing that this could be causing
your thyroid issues.
Thyroid issues lead to so many other issues.
Picnic plates–now, this is, again, similar
to the super tiny pizza box.
Trees don’t have bark that looks like this.
It’s bleached.
It’s got chemicals.
These chemicals when you interact with them,
they give off toxins in the air.
We talked about breathing in essential oils,
olfactory nervous system.
This is the opposite.
Again, you’re eating, you’re getting pieces
or even on a micro level in there.
You want to avoid things that excessively
bleached, including bleached flour because
that can, again, disrupt your endocrine system.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
Good stuff.
Next one here is shampoo.
We know that shampoo can be loaded with a
number of additive ingredients–sodium lauryl
sulfate, propylene glycol, different types
of parabens, different types of synthetic
fragrances–that a lot of people can develop
sensitivities to.
All of these are found in our shampoo today.
The thing is, Jordan, you and I both know
this and use these ourselves.
Why not use natural things like aloe vera
gel, essential oils, and other plant-based
compounds that actually do your hair more
good.
I can tell you I’ve made my own shampoo using
aloe vera gel and rosemary oil and it works
better.
In fact, it’s very volumizing to the hair.
It’s a better thing to do and implement.
It actually is just as cost effective.
So, again, aloe vera gel, rosemary oil, other
oils work well such as sage and cedar wood
are also good for naturally supporting and
thickening your hair as well.
We’ve got some great recipes for natural shampoo
if you go to draxe.com or just search Dr.
Axe shampoo recipe.
We’ve got some great ones there for you.
Then Jordan, dust?
Jordan: Actually riding around in a broom
is very dangerous for your . . .
Dr. Axe: Be careful with that.
Jordan: Dust can be a serious issue.
When I came in, I thought it was the broom,
like the handle is made of . . . anyway, dust
is a serious issue.
I live in Florida part of the year, which
is very damp and moist.
You go into some houses and you see the air
conditioning ducts.
Just changing them, you have to wear these
special goggles.
You’ve written an article not too long ago
about the benefits of house plants, not fake
ones.
See, that’s the thing, people put fake houseplants
in there and then you’re actually getting
more chemicals, but certain types of houseplants
can purify the air.
There are also various air purification systems.
You can even buy for a couple dollars more
better filters that will be on the micron
level.
Now there’s UV light within the filters that
can kill microbes, etc.
But these dust particles and really things
from your home, whether it’s your carpet,
your paint, obviously there are compounds
that are lining the attic walls.
We used to have asbestos, etc.
These are all endocrine disruptors.
They compete for healthy compounds and can
damage your thyroid.
All of these things–the shampoo, I remember
once looking at a baby shampoo ingredient
panel.
I didn’t recognize . . . the average person
wouldn’t recognize a single ingredient.
It wasn’t like avocado, coconut oil.
No.
Everything had numbers and letters in it and
one word, which is not a word, by the way,
it’s a chemical.
We’re putting this on our kids’ hair?
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
Jordan: These babies have much more ability
to react negatively to that toxic load.
So, we’ve got to clean up our act, forget
convenience, go for health and guess what?
Every one of these areas you can find a healthy
alternative, shop at the right stores.
So what?
Your plates will be a little brown.
Your pizza boxes won’t exist because you won’t
get pizza in a box.
That’s the easiest way.
You won’t ride around on broomsticks.
You’ll have less dust.
You’ll use better shampoo than that.
You won’t use these beautiful nonstick pans
and make your teenagers clean and do the dishes.
That works for us in our house.
Dr. Axe: Let’s talk about some tips to support
the health of your thyroid.
Before I do that, we want to give you guys
a shout out and also ask you . . . hey, help
us spread the word that food is medicine.
So, we talked about the things that are toxic
to your thyroid.
We’re now about to get into the things that
can help support the health of your thyroid.
So, take a minute right now.
Punch that share button, click that like button.
We want to say thanks for being on mission
with us.
We’ll see who’s joining us here, Jordan.
We’ve got Candy Brazeer [SP] watching from
Killeen [SP], Texas.
Hey, Candy, thanks for joining me here today.
Amber Roush [SP] makes a comment.
She says, “I use CBD oil and coconut oil to
do oil pulling daily with those two together.”
We’ve got Angie Kennedy watching from Arizona.
Hey, Angie, thanks for joining us here today.
We’ve got Sharon Walls watching from Houston,
Texas.
We’ve got Gloria McCann watching from Maryland
and May Tovaylor [SP] watching from Norway.
Awesome, guys.
Thanks so much for joining us here today.
Another comment here, great comment said,
“You forgot to mention cast iron skillets.”
That’s from Margaret Lopez.
Margaret, you’re right.
Cast iron, a great type of skillet you can
use.
So, Jordan, let’s first talk here.
I’ll talk about essential oils and have you
jump into ashwagandha.
You know, essential oils, number one benefit
of them is that they can replace the toxins
in your house.
So, as we mentioned earlier for shampoo, using
rosemary oil.
The chemicals in our deodorant supply that
have things like aluminum, making your own
at home deodorant with things like baking
soda, coconut oil, beeswax.
A great male scent is sandalwood mixed with
bergamot.
For women, I really thing jasmine and ylang-ylang
along with things like lavender and other
citrus oils like lemon are great blends.
Again, using essential oils to replace the
toxins.
And then certain oils have been shown to help
support cellular communication and really
support balancing out immune reactions in
the body.
Frankincense and myrrh are two of those oils
that have great support of the immune system.
Those are oils you can actually rub directly
on that thyroid area there as well.
Other oils as well.
A lot of times emotional stress can overwhelm
our adrenals, our kidneys and our thyroid.
So, using essential oils that just reduce
the stress–ylang-ylang, lavender, chamomile,
even sage oil, all of these oils have been
shown to naturally reduce stress and improve
sleep, all of which can help the thyroid.
Jordan: Absolutely.
Ashwagandha is probably the superstar herb
for thyroid.
It’s adaptogenic.
It helps to balance cortisol and DHEA levels.
It helps to promote sleep, less weight around
the midsection.
But really, I would not be without ashwagandha,
not just if you’ve got thyroid issues, but
to protect your thyroid and keep it healthy.
I use the term sub-clinical thyroid issues.
These are found in people that don’t have
dramatic deficiencies in their blood.
They don’t have imbalances that are dramatic.
But you can find just through basal temperature,
underarm temperature, if you’re in the 96s,
you probably have subclinical hypo or low
thyroid.
Ashwagandha is a great protector.
This is great for men and women, helps to
balance hormones, promotes anti-aging, strength,
endurance.
Again, if you’re 25 or older, take an ashwagandha
supplement, a supplement with ashwagandha
in it or make an infusion.
Dr. Axe: Totally agree.
Next superfood we have here for the thyroid
is bone broth.
Bone broth is one of the most reparative foods
on the planet.
In fact, it’s loaded with collagen, which
is kind of the glue that holds your body together.
It’s important for having healthy skin.
It’s important for your digestive system,
but it’s also important for supporting the
health of your thyroid.
Part of your thyroid health starts with your
gut and your immune system.
We’ve all heard of the condition leaky gut
to where if you have too much intestinal inflammation,
it can cause these gaps in your gut to where
certain toxins can get through, really strengthening
that gut lining can in turn help your thyroid
health.
Bone broth contains proline and glycine and
hydroxyproline.
Glucosamine, chondroitin and hyaluronic acid
and other nutrients that can help support
the health of your gut and your thyroid.
Jordan: Absolutely.
Probiotics, speaking of the gut, are a great
protector of this environment.
When your gut is healthy, everything is healthy.
Now, probiotics might not affect thyroid directly,
but they certainly do indirectly because many
people that have thyroid issues also have
IBS or leaky gut, as you mentioned, consume
a probiotic supplement with SBOs, Saccharomyces
boulardii, Lactobacillus plantarum.
Look for organic and get fermented foods in
your diet.
There are many great fermented foods–kombucha,
kvass, kefir, etc.
Consume more fermented foods, boost your gut
and it will help your thyroid in turn.
Dr. Axe: Absolutely.
Another thing you want to do to help support
the thyroid is address nutrient deficiencies.
There are some specific nutrients that can
really throw off your thyroid.
I want to mention a few of those.
One group are B-vitamins, specifically thiamine
and vitamin B12.
When you are deficient in those nutrients,
it really can affect the overall function
of your thyroid, especially if you’re a person
who has low energy levels, you even get a
good night’s sleep, you’re tired the next
day, part of that can be these vitamin B deficiencies,
B1, again thiamine and B12 as well, a few
others, a big one is selenium.
Selenium is key for thyroid function.
I believe Brazil nuts are very, very high.
Again, one of the things you can do is start
using food as your medicine and do some things
such as more Brazil nuts and other selenium-rich
foods on a daily basis.
If you want to get a full selenium rich food
list, you can just Google Dr. Axe selenium
food list and you find a list that I’ve posted
there online.
Last but not least is monitoring your iodine
levels.
I typically recommend potentially doing that
with a physician or knowing if you have Hashimoto’s
thyroiditis.
If somebody has the autoimmune form of a thyroid
condition, sometimes they’re not absorbing
iodine.
So, the problem is not that they’re not getting
enough.
The problem is that absorption.
If you do too much of it, it actually can
have side effects.
In that case what we could recommend is again,
getting your iodine levels tested and also
just doing them in a food-based form, not
doing high doses of iodine, doing things like
kept and seaweed in small doses instead, eating
other foods like strawberries which are high
in iodine is probably a better idea.
So, some nutritional deficiencies again, B-vitamins,
selenium and iodine are some things that can
actually affect the thyroid.
Jordan: Absolutely.
Speaking of thyroid-friendly foods, sea vegetables
are great.
Even if you don’t have iodine deficiency,
they’re still highly nutritious.
So, look for kelp, kombu, nori, you can find
them at your local health food or grocery
store.
Coconut foods, particularly coconut oil is
very thyroid friendly.
In general, a diet that is higher in fat and
protein . . .
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
Down goes the pizza box.
All right.
Jordan: Bad pizza box.
See, just throw them off the table.
We want to consume higher protein, higher
fat, lower carb.
I see people, Josh, that are vegetarians and
they’re very heavy.
What that tells me is they’re really carboterians.
There are many people who need to consume
a higher fat–we’re talking about good fats–higher
protein, lower starch diet that is really,
really thyroid friendly.
In fact, people that are on a ketogenic diet
almost completely reverse thyroid symptoms
because they are running on an alternate fuel.
You’ll see people that are following a paleo-type
diet, a low carb diet do really well.
They lose weight not just because they’re
purging water, but because they are balancing
their thyroid.
So, if you are a vegetarian or a vegan, it’s
difficult.
You’ve got to go with the higher fat foods
because I really believe healthy, sustainably
raised animal foods are great for the thyroid,
green vegetables, etc.
Limiting those starches and nutrient density
is absolutely critical.
Dr. Axe: Yeah, couldn’t agree more.
Again, guys, remember these tips.
If you want to take your thyroid to the next
level, in general get the toxins out of your
household.
Get rid of the chemically laden nonstick pans,
the things that are bleached here, all of
the chemicals not just in shampoo but in your
deodorants, in your skincare routine, use
essential oils, plant-based products instead,
get rid of the dental floss, there you go,
thank you.
I’m not going to say get rid of anything else
because I don’t want to break this glass here.
And then as we talked about as well, Jordan,
eat more superfoods.
Jordan: Absolutely.
More bone broth, ashwagandha is absolutely
critical.
We talked about so many good essential oils
not just for your mood but for your thyroid.
We talked about seaweed.
Address nutritional deficiencies such as iodine,
thiamine, B12.
Take a whole food organic mutli, eat a diet
that’s higher in protein, higher in good fats,
lower in starches.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
You do that, you’re going to take your thyroid
health to the next level.
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100 thoughts on “7 Thyroid Damagers Hiding Out in Your Home

  • I just love how “Dr. Axes” cell phone is more interesting than the topic at hand…. that generation!

  • Dr. Axe – I've had my thyroid removed. It was cancer. It spread and one year later had a cancerous tumor removed from my carotid artery. It has spread to my lymph nodes, etc. I will not do Radiation. I have changed my diet completely. I am on a plant based diet only since 12/18. Had an ultra sound recently and two small tumors have been detected. I am opting to wait three months and have an ultra sound and more blood work. My tumor levels in my blood are high 1.7. The doctor still is recommending radiation and I will not do radiation. The side effects are too severe. I will wait another three months to see if any changes. Do you have any suggestions.

  • Would you do a episode on no thyroid?. I had Ca of the thyroid and had it removed. It seems nobody teaches on this subject. Thank you

  • I was put on levothyroxine about five years ago with no testing just said I was tired and Cold.
    Is there any way I can get off this medication? I take no other medication and I don’t want this the rest of my life🙏 thank you for your wonderful shows

  • Why is that one guy checking his phone while his cohost is speaking? Put your phone away, Mr. Rude Dude!

  • I make my own soaps, shampoo, conditioner, and my hair has gotten so much healthier, I don't have to wash it every day, and because of my healthy keto/carnivore diet my skin is getting clear, less wrinkly, and my poor poor thyroid (it doesn't exist it was zapped 1 thyroidectmy, 2x radiation), I take iodine and vitamins to supplement my diet. Doing much better, after a year of being a vegan and getting very very sick with that diet.

  • I don't understand this my mother and my grandmother both had thyroid problems they were both from the 50s and the 60s. I have always expected to inherit the thyroid condition also yet I use a microwave Teflon pan and other things you that you do mention and I do not have a thyroid problem under extreme amount of stress and also really financially not able to access a organic type life I still do not understand why I do not have thyroid problems.also grandmother and aunt on other side of my family had thyroid too, big mystery. And yes I do believe both my parents are genetically yes true parents

  • speaking on harms of the bleached paper don't forget to mention tea-bags! You can't even imagine what happens when you pour hot or in some cases boiling water over those. And ppl drink that sh*t every day! For God's sake, just make the tea as it's supposed to be made – steep the tea leaves it in a teapot! Manufacturers prefer to sell us tea-bags instead of the loose tea bcs that increases their profit margins 10-fold. They use the worst sorts of tea, basically, the powder that is left "at the bottom of the barrel", they pack that garbage into the paper bags, pack 8 or 12 bags in a nice little box and sell it for more money than a half of a kilo of the loose tea. So, if people stop buying those Lipton-shlimpton little garbage bags, there will be more good quality loose tea offered to the consumers.

  • Re: floss- most floss has PFOAs, just the same as the Teflon pots and pans! TOXIC. Unfortunately SO difficult to find a clean floss

  • I'm 75 and allergic to any kind of fish and any kind of tree nuts and the health conditions I have really need both what can I substitute for those.

  • HA!
    The thyroid gland is NOT in the throat! If it is you may be in big trouble or dead! It is in the center of your neck just above the clavicle and below the Adam's apple. NOT behind it!

    I found that in the 'info' section below the title of this article/video.

    Get the facts straight ummm doctor? I don't think you are a credible doctor if that is your description of the thyroid gland and where it is located. More importantly, where it is located.

  • Great information, but Dr Axe is about as ADD/ADHD as anyone I’ve ever seen. I feel like if someone yelled “squirrel”, he’d be off and running. 🤣🤣🤣

  • I heard about this when my child was young. 1) get a popcorn popper and pop your own organic- takes 3 minutes. Or you can use a cast iron pan with a lid on it; 2) cast iron pans are cheap, Made in America (Lodge) and don't have the bad chemicals. I fry eggs on those all the time with a little olive oil or butter – no problem.

  • People are so worried about plastics etc. How about toothbrush, they are plastic, and nobody ever talked about whether plastics being used for toothbrush are safe. Doctors are scrutinizing plastic products outside their world. There are a lot of plastic products being used in their medical supplies, Pharmacies medicine products and countless medical equipments. Are they completely safe? HELLO??? what do you think?

  • I would say keep the floss, ditch the fluoride. A huge disruptor of the endocrine system. No floss, no teeth.

  • First I was Hyper then turn Hypo that was near 30 years ago. Ever since I was on varied levels of Levothyroxine then Synthroid. Now the doctor have added Cytomel. Plus, I have two medications for my Diabetes.
    I will like to get off on all medications I am tired of taking them.

  • Thank you for this list. I got lazy using non stick pans, I'll now throat them out. I did not know about those paper plates and I just finished using a pack. I wont be buying more.

  • I just don't understand why anyone would recommend meat instead of a plant based diet. How about all the hormones etc you ingest by eating
    rotting flesh and muscle? The biggest, strongest animals on the planet are vegetarian.

  • DR axe which ashwagandha supplement we can trust in the market. It's so hard to choose between different supplements. Pls guide as to which one to buy

  • 1. People in the blue zones (those who live the longest and healthiest) are carb-based and consume almost no animal products. So don't demonize carbs.
    2. There are vegans who follow high fat diets (it can be done on a vegan diet) such as Healthy Crazy Cool on YouTube. (He is not just a YouTuber, he studied and worked as a health care professional).

  • Commenting on the shampoo I can’t use aloe Vera as I’m allergic and would make my hair condition really bad so far I’ve started using a shampoo that has ginger in it seems to help for a little while this is really interesting tho

  • Is there a good quality stainless steel pans company? I have bought stainless steel that does not last. Can’t find the copper bottom my mom has have for the last 60 + years Revere Ware (spelling??)

  • I guess our cell phones are not on the list. Microwaves everywhere. Not to mention they try to block out the sun, which helps the circle of life. How about pollutants in our water alone. Not to mention our food is full of poisons. So I think a pizza box is just skimming the surface. 😷😬😁😂😭

  • Why are we as a nation so criminal in their tech find healthy solution and change! FDA is a useless agency.
    Crimes against nature!

  • Dr axe, I heard you mention keto diet would help to lose weight, and help regulate the thyroid, I have had hypothyroidism for the past 28 year's even though my lab's come back normal range. (I still feel exhausted). Can I go on a ketogenic diet and not hurt my Liver? Labs show fatty Liver also.

  • Ps…I live next to a large plant nursery and they advertise organic..but there not..they sell house plants to all the major stores…so when you get them there full of poisons..I always strip the leaves off and change the soil.. I do that with vegetable plants..I don't eat the first plants. I don't mind bugs…because if they like it its safe..somethings wrong with a perfect plant..I live in nature, which is hard for my allergies but love it..

  • Why nothing about hyperthyroidism? Thyrotoxicosis? Though not nearly as common as hyperthyroidism, they are still very dangerous conditions. Are they affected by things in our home?

  • Dr. Axe is embarrassing. He’s surfing and totally out of touch with the conversation in the beginning,. At least take the camera off him.

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