What’s in YOUR Sunscreen? - Ep. 030
Welcome to Episode 030 of The Tiny Fit Diva Podcast, featuring your host Kylene Terhune. This podcast teaches you how to balance your hormones, eat what you want, release the guilt, and have freedom from the restrictive mentality of dieting. Today’s episode hits close to home. We’re talking about sunscreen with special guest Guerry Grune. He’s a surfer, PhD Chemical Engineer and patent holder on the safest sunscreen you can get your hands on!
We’ve all heard that regular sunscreen is chock-full of harmful ingredients, but without really knowing exactly why it’s so bad for us or what our alternatives are, we just keep using it.
Guerry and Kylene break it down in simple-to-understand terms so that we can learn for ourselves why regular sunscreen is harmful. The ingredients that you are smearing all over the largest organ of your body are endocrine disrupting, hormone mimicking and they interfere with your body’s natural detoxification processes like urination and perspiration.
Learn about how UVA and UVB rays really affect your skin and how evaporation plays into a sunscreen’s effectiveness. Also for those of you who’ve heard of muscle testing, you’ll be amazed to hear how important packaging is.
Check out the video of today’s interview on Youtube: https://youtu.be/uE6fNWtJsjU
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Don’t forget to download Kylene’s free guide: 5 Steps to Crushing Your PMS which you can find at www.thetinyfitdiva.com
The Tiny Fit Diva Podcast teaches you how to balance your hormones, eat what you want, release the guilt, and have freedom mentally and physically from the restrictive mentality of dieting. Your host, Kylene “The Tiny Fit Diva,” is the right person to help you do it! She is a personal trainer, online health coach, wife, stepmom and a certified FDN practitioner. It’s Kylene's passion to help you achieve and claim your optimum health.
Health * Hormones * Happiness
Email Kylene at email@example.com