The Central Nervous System Responds to Toxins
Research has proven disrupting chemicals that target our central nervous system can upset the communication between our endocrine and metabolic systems and organs including our skin and microbiome.
Why is microbiome important? “Gut bacteria produce hundreds of neurochemicals that the brain uses to regulate basic physiological processes as well as mental processes such as learning, memory and mood. For example, gut bacteria manufacture about 95% of the body’s supply of serotonin, which influences both mood and GI activity.” (1)
Here are 8 toxic exposures that can be found to be disruptive
1-Caffeine is undeniably a central nervous system stimulant and disrupts
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