Step 1: Watch the video overview.
Step 2: Download our 9-Step PhD Blueptint
First, categorise your life into segments such as kitchen, and bathroom and eliminate the nasty chemicals.
All the products I use are linked below. If you’re unsure just use the app above.
1. Detox Your Kitchen
- Under sink water filter
- If you are out, purchase a glass bottle of water, not plastic, whenever possible.
- Dishwashing liquid
- Fry pans should be stainless steel, ceramic, or glass. Cast iron is okay for low use as it can cause too much iron to leach into the food you are cooking.
- Most non-stick fry pans will load you with chemicals, cause inflammation and cortisol to rise and stop testosterone production.
Don’t use oven bags or aluminium foil. They are convenient, yes, but toxic to your DNA, testosterone, and energy.
- Laundry detergent
- If you use standard detergent, you’re wearing and sleeping with chemicals. These chemicals are absorbed into the blood through your skin and cause damage and are stored in your body.
Safe Personal Care Products
- Shaving creams
SPECIAL MENTION: PERFUME / COLOGNE = Anything
Yes. You read that right. Of course, my wife and I aren’t really perfume or cologne users, so what do I know? One major disclaimer: spray perfumes / colognes directly on your outer clothing and not your skin
This is the game-changer in terms of toxicity. Yes – you will lose some of the “base notes” from the fragrance (from the oil on your skin) but it’s a small price to pay. Hopefully, in the near future, perfume / cologne companies will be required to list all ingredients so we can all make decent informed decisions on this front.
This recommendation comes directly from Dr Jay.
3. The toilet.
All air fresheners are toxic. I have not found a safe one.
4. Detox your pantry and start eating safe A-Grade foods
- Buy organic where possible for now. It’s an A-Grade food.
- If it comes in a jar, a box, or a packet, it’s loaded with chemicals, food colouring, preservatives and other nasty crap.
- If it comes off a tree, the ground, or from a grass fed animal, it’s safe.
5. Household products, bed sheets, and clothing.
Your wardrobe and bedding: Yes, synthetic fibres are full of potential DNA damaging, energy lowering and testosterone crushers. It took my wife and me the better part of 12 months to slowly replace bedding and the majority of our clothes.
Use the 80/20 rule as a guide. 80 % of the clothes you wear the most, replace them first. No need to be too extreme.
For example, if you have an expensive suit, or your wife has an expensive dress, don’t throw it out. A little exposure is not going to cause too much chaos in your body.
Other places these DNA damaging chemicals are hiding:
Candle smoke, air fresheners, chewing gum, PVC products, building materials (paint, adhesive, wall covering), personal-care products (perfume, eye shadow, moisturizer, artificial grass, nail polish, deodorizer, liquid soap, and hair spray), medical devices, detergents and surfactants, packaging, children’s toys, printing inks and coatings, pharmaceuticals and food products, textiles, household applications such as shower curtains, floor tiles, food containers and wrappers, and cleaning materials. R
Candles are potently releasing estrogen mimics and DNA damaging chemicals into the air. Along with air fresheners.
The ONLY safe candles I have found are made from beeswax.
You can get them from Amazon
A hot car leaches plastics and chemicals into the car.
Wind the windows down to detox the car.
Simple things like this add up BIG over the course of your day. Become a chemical detective
Everyday products EEDC/EDC’s are lurking in them.
Essential oils like lavender and tea tree oil are potent mimic estrogen. Moreover, they are linked to gynecomastia, YIKES! R
Do you drink tea? Some tea bags are full of EDC’s.
That’s right, check out this headline: Plastic Teabags Release Billions of Microparticles and Nanoparticles into Tea R Steeping a single plastic teabag at brewing temperature (95 °C) releases approximately 11.6 billion microplastics and 3.1 billion nanoplastics into a single cup of the beverage. Endure you do not use plastic tea bags. R
Some teas are estrogen and lower testosterone significantly. I will reveal those teas to you in later training. They are okay for the ladies, but you may want to drink coffee instead if you are a man for now. Ginger and fenugreek tea are ok for now.
Be careful out there.