The Synergistic Properties of Toxicity, Nutritional Deficiency, Overweight and Stress
From the moment we are born, we live in an environment that contains an almost infinite amount of toxins. These toxins present a real danger to our health. While some people willingly subject themselves to these chemicals by using skin products or consuming unhealthy processed foods, even the most careful individuals are still victims of the constant onslaught of these unhealthy substances. These toxins, combined with the lack of nutrition present in our foods, cause the development of "obesogens”. Because of the multitude of toxins present in today’s world, obesogens are virtually unavoidable. The air we breathe, water we drink, and especially the food we consume are all contaminated with various pollutants that our body is not equipped to process. Our seemingly harmless daily rituals expose us to these harmful substances. Fancy a cup of coffee in the morning? Drinking caffeine over time leads to toxicity buildup. Carbs, colas, canned foods, processed meats, fried foods, pastries, and pie lead to the same outcome, and the list doesn't end there. The body is forced to store these toxins within the visceral fat surrounding the organs, which leads to the creation of more harmful obesogens. This results in the development of TDOS Syndrome (Toxicity, Nutritional Deficiency, Overweight and Stress).
TDOS syndrome causes many of the body’s systems to malfunction and slow down. A few of the symptoms of TDOS Syndrome include lack of energy, always feeling sick, and trouble losing weight, even when attempting extreme diets and vigorous exercise routines. While this may seem like a bleak situation, there is a proven solution to TDOS Syndrome.
Watch as Peter Greenlaw, one of the leading researchers of toxicity buildup within the body, discusses TDOS Syndrome and its solutions. During his research, Greenlaw has found that the majority of the foods we thought to be healthy and safe contain pollutants that the body is forced to store away.
“...If we don’t take control of our health, and someone else does, you might not like the outcome.”