After finding several tumors in her breast Kathryn Kellogg, of ‘Going Zero Waste‘, took control of her health by avoiding endocrine disruptors. This included plastics, toxic cleaning supplies, and harmful beauty products. Hear Kathryn’s story on how plastic disrupted her hormones and the common symptoms she had that you may want to look out for. Plus, Kathryn is sharing coping skills to deal with
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Mentioned on the Show:
➜OSEA Recommendations Insta Story
➜Kathryn’s Book- 101 Ways to Go Zero Waste
➜Eco Anxiety Blog Post
➜Zero Waste Dog Blog Post
➜ZW School Supplies
➜Reduce Waste in the Workplace
➜My Fav Insulated Water Bottle