Topic: Toxic Chemicals and Their Effects on Health by Matthew Pratt-Hyatt PhD
A Gut Feeling - Atlanta, GA - March 2 - 6, 2016
A high percentage of all people are now exposed to a soup of toxic chemicals. Toxic chemical exposure has been implicated as a major factor in impaired learning ability, attention deficit, hyperactivity, pervasive developmental disorder, Alzheimer’s disease, depression, cancer, multiple sclerosis, and autism. Documentation of common chemicals in the environment that cause illnesses and their sources will be presented along with methods to prevent exposure and to remove them when exposure has already occurred.
1. Explain how humans are exposed to a wide variety of toxic chemicals.
2. Explain which toxic chemicals can cause human disease.
3. Apply evidence-based techniques that can be used for the elimination of most toxic chemicals in the environment.
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