Our Sources on the Dangers of Endocrine Disruptors

Our Sources on the Dangers of Endocrine Disruptors

We believe endocrine disrupting chemicals are dangerous to you, your family, and the world.

Endocrine disruptors are the modern version of lead paint, asbestos, or tobacco smoke. They’ve become popular because they can do useful things, but they have terrible side effects.

But you don’t need to take our word for it. Below, we have a list of sources (and counting) that all confirm the danger of endocrine disrupting chemicals found in all unprotected households like phthalates ? and BPA ?.

Take a look for yourself, and then decide.

Click on a statement to see our sources

Endocrine disrupting chemicals are extremely dangerous to children in the womb

Exposure to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals leads to a lower IQ in children

Exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals leads to behavioral problems in children like ADHD, aggression, defiance, and hyperactivity.

Children exposed to endocrine disrupting chemicals are more likely to develop asthma, allergies, or other respiratory problems.

Endocrine disruptors lead to weight gain and obesity in children and adults

It's harder to lose weight than it used to be, even when you take into account diet and exercise, and endocrine disruptors might be to blame.

Sperm counts have fallen by more than half since the 1970s, and endocrine disruptors are likely to blame

Children are especially vulnerable to endocrine disrupting chemicals

Testosterone has been falling in modern men

Endocrine disruptors lower testosterone in men

Endocrine disruptors hurt male fertility

Exposure to endocrine disruptors leads to smaller penises and genital deformities in baby boys

Endocrine disruptors shorten lifespans and can cause cancer in adults

The damage from endocrine disruptors can be inherited by the next generation

Endocrine disrupting chemicals have been proven to hurt animals

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