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Reduce Your Toxic Lifestyle

  I often think about aging in terms of the quality of my aging lifestyle rather than just living an extra long life. Don’t get me wrong, I want to live a long life, but I want it to be healthy. So, on a hike recently, I was listening to the GW Integrative Medicine Podcast, and came across an interview with Dr. Aly Cohen. She recently co-authored a book with Dr. Fred vom Saal titled “ Non-Toxic: Guide to Living Healthy in a Chemical World .” The book gives practical advice about how to reduce chemical exposures by drawing attention to how we eat, the air we breathe, and the chemicals we put on our skin.   Chemical exposures are not to be taken lightly. On her site, , Dr. Cohen indicates that there are over 90,000 chemicals available for commercial use in the United States and fewer than 300 of them have been tested for human safety. These chemicals can be used across all industries, including in processed foods. They also get leached into our drinking water a

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