Are you aware of how many toxins you come into contact with on a daily basis? Most of us are surrounded by them, coming into contact every day with some of the 87,000 chemicals that are allowed in products we commonly use. We take them in through the air we breathe, our food and drink, and our skin. Everything we use in, on, and around our body is potentially a source for health or for illness.
In this episode of ‘Being Well’ with Julia Stiles, rheumatologist and environmental health expert Dr. Aly Cohen joins me to explore how these toxins impact our health and what we can do about it. Though it is easy to get overwhelmed at the scope of the issue, taking a very practical and doable approach of making small changes can still have a large impact on the body. Being aware and choosing unprocessed food and drink (in it’s natural unpackaged state), clean air, and safe products for use around your body and home will support your long-term well-being.
Julie Stiles is a Health and Transformation Coach, ThetaHealing® Practitioner, Access Consciousness Bars/Body Process Practitioner, writer, and speaker committed to empowering people to fully live their healing journey and radically alter their relationship to healing and wholeness through taking back their power over their well-being. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and has an MA in Consciousness Studies from John F. Kennedy University.
Julie’s work focuses on lifestyle changes, including nutrition and fitness, that promote better health, as well as on the deeper process of transformation that is often required when people step on the path of improving their overall well-being. She has supported people to eat healthier, lose weight, honor and accept their body, increase balance in their lives, create reasonable goals and reach them, move through their blocks to making change, and resolve internal conflicts. Creator and host of the podcast Autoimmune Adventures, Julie has also appeared on Voice America and radio shows nationwide, inspiring people to live their challenges as an adventure and create the change they’d like to see in their lives.