If you’re someone who works with women around preconception family planning or fertility issues then endocrine disrupting chemicals is a critical piece of the puzzle you truly must address. 

Ditto if you work with women around things like uterine fibroids and/or endometriosis. 

Why?

Because more and more research is showing that endocrine disrupting chemicals (like BPA, phthalates, pesticides, and a long list of others) are directly contributing to fibroids and endometriosis. 

Turns out that these two common conditions affect an estimated 70% of women (wow!), and they are the leading cause of infertility. 

This article, published earlier this week talks about the most recent study that looks at the health care costs and economic costs attributable to exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals in the European Union (study link below, if you want to read the abstract.)
In the environmental health space, this audience of women either in preconception planning, or who are struggling with infertility is THE MOST IMPORTANT, and the most vulnerable. 

If this audience speaks to you, and you want to be better prepared to support women in this way, I encourage you to check out the course that I co-created with Jessica Drummond, MPT, CCN, CHC, and Founder and CEO of the Integrative Women’s Health Institute: 

OPTIMAL FERTILITY: Preconception Detox and Preparation Program

Endocrine disrupting chemicals and their links to women’s reproductive health issues (and children’s health issues) are extensively covered in this course. 

Enrollment for the next class is now open, but it closes on May 8, 2016 at midnight EST (just a few days from now). 

Click here to learn more about this course and how it can help you better support women’s health. 
 
If you have questions about this course, please email me and I’ll get back to you right away! 

Jessica and I are very proud of this program and are excited for you to check it out.