It is no longer a secret to anyone that life in the modern world involves continuous poisoning with environmental pollutants spread in the air, soil, food, packaging, creams or body care solutions or more precisely throughout the habitat of everyday life . Persistent organic pollutants and heavy metals bioaccumulate in the human body  and are most abundant in adipose tissue . However, people know less or are less aware of the serious effects that these substances can have on human health. The mechanisms by which they act are complex, varying from generating reactive oxygen species (ROS) that cause oxidative stress and DNA damage  up to inflammations [5, 6] and even epigenetic distortions, as in the case of mercury poisoning .
Therefore, studies prove that this condition of chronic low level poisoning can generate cardiovascular, neuro-degenerative diseases, respiratory, mental diseases and even cancer. It has also been found that toxic organic compounds alter the metabolic mechanism and increase the resistance to insulin. They may entail obesity, dyslipidemia and type 2 diabetes [8-13].