90 Day Optimize Wellness & Nutrition Report 

DIGITAL COACH

Environmental Challenge Education

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Chemicals

Chemicals are an everyday pollutant and are found in water, air, foods, beauty products, personal hygiene products such as antiperspirants.

Example Sources

Medication, dyes, paint detergents, cosmetics, weed killers, personal hygiene, cleaners, paint, perfumes, alcohol.


Potential Side Effects

Irritation of the eyes or nose, excessive cough, shortness of breath, blood in phlegm, jaundice, fatigue, loss of appetite, rash.


Cleansing Whole Food Sources

Green tea, cruciferous veggies, garlic, onions, celery, apples, alfalfa sprouts, lemons, spirulina, cracked chlorella.


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Hydrocarbons

Hydrocarbons are an everyday pollutant and are found in water, air, foods, dishware, toys, personal hygiene products, home repair products, paint etc..

Example Sources

Gas, plastics, fibers, rubber, solvents, explosives, swimming pools, lubricants, varnish, insect repellent.


Potential Side Effects

Hormonal imbalances, bone and joint weakness, fatigue, high blood pressure


Cleansing Whole Food Sources

Probiotics, beets, sweet potatoes, nuts and seeds, miso soup, garlic, spirulina, kamut, cracked chlorella, lemons.


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Radiation

In this modern age, radiation has become a significant challenge. Radiation is ionic and non-ionic. Ionic radiation produces heat such as that coming from mobile phones, fluorescent light and low energy light bulbs. Non-ionic radiation can cause mutations in our cells and potentially destroys DNA. Sources include x-rays, excess exposure to UV light, CT scans, MRI scans, WiFi routers and telecommunication towers.

Example Sources

X-Rays, CT Scans, Radon gas, dental XRays, sunlight.


Potential Side Effects

Nausea, vomiting, bleeding, diarrhea, hair loss, sloughing of skin, fatigue, mouth ulcers.


Cleansing Whole Food Sources

Spirulina, chlorella, seaweed, kelp, black/green tea, wheatgrass, lemons, parsley, beets, sauerkraut, ginger.


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Toxic Metals

Toxic metals are found in the environment, coming from fuel and industrial sources. They also can be consumed from food cooked in aluminium cookware and from contaminated foods such as fish and crustaceans.

Supports / Prevents

Deodorants, tin cans, aluminum foil, antacids, cookware, utensils, nail polish, dental work, batteries, old pipes, diesel engines, soft drinks, pesticides, ink/toner.


Deficiency Side Effects

Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, tremors, heart irregularity, anemia, burning feeling in chest, heartburn, flatulence, chronic cough, dizziness.


Whole Food Sources

Bitter greens such as kale, swiss chard, dandelion and mustard greens, arugula, beet greens, broccoli sprouts, lemons, oranges, limes, green tea, garlic, spinach.


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