Can Toxins Make You Fat?
Learn How Food-born & Environmental Toxins Affect Hormones & Your Weight
ABOUT THIS VIDEO: In our modern world, toxins surround us. They're in pesticides, plastics, cleaning products, food products and even prescription medications. Whether you're aware of it or not, your body is always removing the harmful substances it encounters in the environment and your diet, primarily via the liver, kidneys, colon, lungs and skin.
While your body is remarkably resilient and does its best to detoxify itself, it's very common that your toxic intake is greater than your body's ability to cleanse itself. When this happens, the excess toxins are sometimes surrounded by fat cells in the body to minimize the potential for harm.
Your body uses fat cells as a buffer of protection, keeping harmful toxins tucked away so you stay safe. In the short term, this is great, but if your body is holding onto fat because its helping to buffer you against toxicity, that's a huge problem for anyone who wants to lose weight.
This is the little-known connection between toxins and weight gain— and understanding it can make a huge difference in your own health, because a body that's suffering from toxicity tends to hold onto excess fat. Learn more in the video above…