Welcome back to FitFluential Radio! On today’s episode, well talk about various articles and new topics surrounding health and wellness. We’ll dive in with articles that tell us why women shouldn’t wear a bra as well as why deodorant can get us breast cancer, and the effects of light on not just our sleep cycle, but even to our gut microbes.
We’ll also be getting to know an ingredient common in antibiotics that could hurt you more than heal you and talk about why sugar is no longer to blame for America’s obesity epidemic. If you have any comments or questions on any of the topics discussed in this episode, feel free to leave them below!
“Start to get comfortable with pushing back.”? Kelly Olexa
This Week in Health and Wellness:
- Bras constrict the lymphatic system or the system in charge of ridding the body of toxins.
- It was found that women who wear bras, especially restrictive bras, are not only promoting weak breast tissue but may also be at risk for breast cancer.
- Most deodorants contain aluminum and aluminum can trigger cancer growth specially with repeated use. The fact that some women compress the lymphatic system in their breasts with tight bras restrict their body’s own detox function which could result to aluminum not being effectively removed from our system.
- A good alternative to deodorant is milk of magnesia.
- Sunlight can help reduce nearsightedness especially in teens but they must expose their eyes without glasses or contact lenses.
- Fluoroquinolones, found in most antibiotics, are dangerous especially for people with a low redox and low levels of UV light assimilation.
- It contains fluoride and can impair your body’s ability to process energy, ATP, and damage your mitochondria.
- On top of a myriad of side effects, fluoroquinolones also unwind collagen in your body making you more prone to injury. If u have medical practitioner who wants you to have this, ask them what else can they put you on. This is to be used in emergency cases only.
- The number one driver of gut biome issues is the light and dark cycle as well as our circadian rhythm. If you often stay up late, eat late meals, or expose yourself to blue light constantly, you’ll have issues even if you have a perfect diet.
- The link between sugar and obesity broke off in 2000 but obesity has continued.
- Obesity is now linked to circadian misalignment and artificial sweetener use.
- The good light is sunlight and the bad light is blue light. Our mitochondria mimic the flicker rates of the light it’s exposed to. Sunlight is good for but people are often exposed to monitors, tablets, and phones.
Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Article by David Wolfe ? Scientists Have Just Told Women To STOP Wearing Bras. This Is Why
- Article by Science Daily – Increased UVB exposure associated with reduced risk of nearsightedness, particularly in teens, young
- Article by Medical Xpress ? Disrupting daily routine of gut microbes can be bad news for whole body
- Article by Calories Proper ? Insulin resistance and obesity
- Article by Dr. Jack Kruse – REALITY #3: WAKE ME UP WHEN SEPTEMBER 2016 ENDS
- Article by Calories Proper ? LIGHT is a drug
- Fluoroquinolones: Mechanisms of Action and Resistance video
- Bitter Pill: Side effects of Fluoroquinolones video
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