We are all exposed to huge numbers of chemicals every day in the environment, in the food we eat, the air we breathe and the water we drink. The vast majority of these chemicals are what we call “endocrine disruptors” which simply means that they mess with your hormones (insulin, thyroid, estrogen, testosterone, etc) in a number of different ways.
Bisphenol-A (BPA) has received a lot of attention in the press of late due to its effects as an “endocrine disruptor”, which means that it disrupts your hormones in a number of different ways, from interfering with estrogen and testosterone to increasing weight gain and slowing metabolism.
If you like many people are struggling to lose or maintain your weight, one of the most effective tools is to track the number calories you take in and the number of calories you burn. This is generally a difficult and cumbersome thing to do – what if I eat out?
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