April 1970 marked the beginning of the modern environmental movement.
Have things improved since then? Some environmental laws have had a positive impact, but there is still much work to be done! What may shock you is that one of the largest sources of environmental pollution still affecting our health, occurs right under our noses...in our own homes. I am talking about the toiletries we use on our bodies and the cleaners we use in our homes each day!
The Environmental Working Group (Dec 2009) contracted independent tests by five laboratories in the U.S., Canada and Europe, which found up to 232 toxic chemicals in the umbilical cord blood samples of newborn babies. Can you believe it...newborn babies have already been exposed to hundreds of toxic chemicals?
What Can We Do? How do we begin to protect our family's health? We can start by eliminating products from our homes which we already know contain toxic contaminants. This is important not only to protect our family's health, but also the health of our environment.
For a complete list of known chemical dangers you should eliminate from your home, see this hazardous ingredients list.
Click here...to learn more about non toxic cleaning products!
The second step is to eliminate your toxic personal care products. Every mothers desire is to keep her little ones safe. Learn more about what you can do by watching this important video!
I hope you enjoyed this issue of
"Your Non Toxic Home".
Please contact me if you have any questions or would like to have me address something specific in a future issue.
"Your Nontoxic Living Coach"
P.S. If we all work together, we can reduce environmental hazards in our homes as well as on our planet. Please forward this email to everyone you know who is concerned about creating a healthy home for their family.
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