57 minutes | Apr 3rd 2019

#39: Dr. Jeffrey Morrison on The Hidden Hazards of Plastics

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We are talking to our speed dial doctor, Dr. Jeffrey Morrison, about his passion that should really be all of our passions: plastic. It’s ruining our lives and the planet, to be blunt. In our last episode with Dr. Morrison, he touched on the various environmental pollutants and heavy metals, but honestly, he barely scratched the surface. That’s right, he’s back! Sure, we all recycle and we know plastic is bad for the planet, but there’s more we need to know and do.

 

Dr. Jeffrey Morrison is an award-winning medical doctor, leader in the field of Integrative Medicine, author, and champion of a nutritional approach to healthcare. His focus is on preventing and reversing degenerative and chronic diseases by enhancing the body’s innate ability to heal and detoxify itself.

 

Sit back, relax, and listen to Dr. M break it down on...

 

  • The convenience factor of plastic products and why straws, well, suck
  • How many products that plastic is actually in--um, our world is pretty much made of plastic
  • What plasticizers do to our body and our health
  • We love a good swap– what to trade your plastic for
  • The Clean Seas initiative
  • The skin, liver, and plastic connection when it comes to detoxification
  • Sweating it out in a sauna or from a workout– does this really work?
  • Fasts and cleanses to allow your system to rest and remove what isn’t necessary
  • Taking a break for your body and yourself

 

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Highway to Well is produced by Podcast Masters

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