Human Excretion of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ether Flame Retardants: Blood, Urine, and Sweat Study.

Flame retardants have negative reproductive effects on humans but thankfully researchers have discovered how the human body detoxifies these nasty hormone disrupting chemicals.

Baking Soda Wash Removes Pesticide Residues

A 2017 study discovers pesticide residues in apples can be removed by washing the fruit in baking soda and water.

Probiotics in Kimchi Degrade Pesticides

scientific paper determines that bacteria isolated from kimchi can biodegrade known endocrine disrupting pesticides called chlorpyrifos (an organophosphate).

Probiotics Help to Naturally Detox BPA

 A peer reviewed study reveals probiotic bacteria suppress the negative effects of the xenoestrogen bisphenol A (BPA) which helps your body to excrete this nasty hormone disruptor.

An Apple a Day Keeps Cancer Away

Glucaric acid, a substance naturally found in apples, oranges, grapefruits and cruciferous vegetables, assists the body in estrogen metabolism and has been shown to inhibit enzymes that are associated with hormone dependent cancers.

Sweating Detoxes Phthalates

A recent study reveals phthalates, known estrogen mimicking xenoestrogens, are removed from the body through sweat.

Complete Environmental Degradation of Phthalates by Bacteria

A published paper on the complete removal of phthalates by specific bacteria.

Bisphenol A Degradation by Bacteria Isolated from River Water

A Springer Link abstract on two specific strains of bacteria that had high bisphenol A (BPA) biodegradability (about 90%).

Biodegradation of Bisphenol A and Bisphenol F by Bacteria

A Science Direct abstract on the accelerated removal of bisphenols A and F by a BPA-degrading bacterium.

Effects of Activated Charcoal on Removal of Bisphenol A

A peer reviewed study on the environmental removal of endocrine disrupting chemicals using activated charcoal.