Sean Croxton: Underground Wellness, How to Avoid Toxins, and Why You Need A Vacation

Today’s show is with Sean Croxton, the dropper of truth bombs, esteemed host of Underground Wellness, and author of The Dark Side of Fat Loss.

Firstly, a quick note: thanks so much to those of you who grabbed my first collaboration with George Bryant, Caveman Feast: 200+ Tantalizing Paleo Recipes. He’s going to kill me for telling you this, but he’s actually been brought to tears by all of the positive support from you folks… I even got a little misty myself. You guys rock.

Now, it’s always a blast to get fellow show hosts on the other side of the mic so that they can speak their mind and let loose. Sean’s holistic approach to health and life in general is spot on. And he’s a cool dude.

In today’s show we talk about:

  • The very important and highly under-appreciated issue of reducing your toxic load
  • Why it IS actually important to eat organic food (despite what recent big-agriculture-sponsored-studies tell you)
  • How a single 15-minute shower is the toxic equivalent of 8 glasses of chlorinated water
  • And why you should toss your Teflon-coated pans because they might be killing you and your birds

Cool. Onto the show.

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