Many people are unaware of the large amount of toxins that invade our environment and that can be harmful to our health. Dr. Oz talks to Anne Underwood, a writer for Newsweek, and Gary Ginsberg, author of What's Toxic, What's Not, about common places these toxins are hiding and what you can do to lessen your exposure to them.
Gary says products like hard plastic baby bottles, dental sealants, the inside of takeout containers and many frozen food packages expose us to minute levels of toxins. Anne says studies show a link between the toxins in these products and higher levels of breast and prostate cancer, behavioral problems and many more illnesses.
Although it may be difficult for consumers to determine which products are most harmful, there are a few ways to lessen your exposure to toxins by making a few easy lifestyle changes:
Published on January 01, 2008