Toxins & Health: A Personalized Medicine Perspective

Sep 20, 2022
Child near toxic chemical plant

We are all bombarded by potential toxins every day, all day.

Many of these are the result of biological processes that are necessary for the normal functioning of our bodies, including hormones such as estrogen and testosterone, oxygen for energy, and even common nutrients such as iron or copper.

Generally, as long as these processes are supported through the right diet, exercise and lifestyle, our bodies handle these without any problem.

But what happens when genes and toxins collide? 

Click here for the full article published in IPHA News

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