Mitochondria and toxic work environment
So I work as a millwright in the auto industry, and while I love my job and it's ability to fund my family's lifestyle, I can't help but be concerned with the toxic qualities of the atmosphere. Countless fluids, coolants, oils, fumes, and dealing with the moldy bacterial residue of old coolant and etc. I wear impermeable gloves when dealing with these chemicals and a respirator when I weld, but what else can I do to protect myself from potential endotoxins?
I try to ensure I drink a fair bit of coffee/tea for polyphenols, lots of spices, nutrient dense vegetables, healthy animals, and proper bulletproof coffee most mornings. Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I'm not looking to switch career for at least the next 5 - 10 years, so in the meantime it's a matter of damage control.