Below are 3 detailed reports on neurotoxic chemicals and their effects on our bodies. I’d argue that in light of the fact that we are polluted, the system as it is has failed us. I mean, the contributing products are … Continue reading
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Two more reports have come out recently showing high levels of toxic heavy metals in children’s jewelry and handbags. What are you doing about it? Manufacturers have been barred from using lead in some children’s products. So what did they … Continue reading
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Women’s Voices for the Earth (a great organization with lots of resources on their website) has published a report “Disinfectant Overkill” about what disinfectants are linked to health problems. In it, they explain why hospital cleanliness standards for the average … Continue reading
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It went something like this: I bought some organic coconut oil for the winter dry skin season. It’s a great lip balm and hair oil, too. And you can eat it. I know what’s in it, unlike most lotions, even … Continue reading
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This morning, my husband asked, “What’s in this shaving cream? Is it really free of synthetic chemicals?” He saw a list of ingredients he couldn’t pronounce and wondered what they were. He went on to gush over how much better … Continue reading
I know this post is going to make a lot of people cringe. My intent is not to bash organic farming. I buy organic and will continue to do so, confident that the choices organic farmers make are better for … Continue reading