“There are finite resources in your body to deal with these (toxins). And so if you are exposed to too much of it, it actually inhibits your ability to clear it. And then there are some toxins like mycotoxins which have actually evolved to screw with the exact detox pathways that clear it, so they can inhibit aspects of the glucuronidation pathway, which clears mold.”
Michael Roesslein holds a Masters’s Degree in Exercise Science & Health Promotion, is a certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, and a CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach.
His journey has been one of deepening levels of healing & transformation from fitness to nutrition to functional health coaching, and now into the world of mental, emotional, spiritual, and energetic well-being. This was not only born out of natural curiosity, but out of necessity, Michael has suffered from severe depression and anxiety for most of his life, along with significant ADD/ADHD all of which led to self-medication, unhealthy and dangerous coping and avoidance tactics, and on several occasions, suicidal ideations.
By applying what he has learned over the last 15 years in many advanced training programs, along with mentorships under several practitioners across the full spectrum of healing, Michael has been able to experience radical improvements in quality of life and resilience during difficult times. He has produced many events with experts to share important information.
Today we are talking about steps we can all take to reduce the toxins in our life for improved bone and overall health.
[01:46] How He Got Involved with Toxins and Everything He Knows
[06:59] Why Toxins are a Big Issue
[13:18] More Tips and Where You Can Start
[29:33] Big Factors That Affect Your Ability to Detox
[37:02] These are the Dates for His Masterclass
Lastly, in case you missed it, check out last week’s podcast:
Episode #180 | Power of the Present Moment
DISCLAIMER – The information presented on this podcast should not be construed as medical advice. It is not intended to replace consultation with your physician or healthcare provider. The ideas shared on this podcast are the expressed opinions of the guests and do not always reflect those of Margie Bissinger and Happy Bones, Happy Life Podcast.