New Report Sounds the Alarm: Chemicals Cause Cancer

If you like this post, Retweet and Share on Facebook Here =====>>> By Gabe Pressman Updated 6:58 PM EST, Thu, May 6, 2010  http://www.nbcnewyork.com/ Environmental carcinogens cause a great many more cancers than previously  believed.  In America’s long war...

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Please say NO to fast food chicken!

Our team recently had a great training on becoming aware of the toxins in our homes and foods!  I am sharing the following because there was a lot of feedback on it!  If you haven't watched the documentary FOOD, INC yet, I highly recommend it!  I'm sorry in advance to...

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How To Choose A Safe Reusable Water Bottle.

Aside from staying home and drinking tap water out of a washable glass, the best way to be “green” while on the go is choosing your water bottle wisely. From the lowly single-use-only bottle you can buy at your local gas station to the stainless steel and aluminum...

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Febreze…is it really a “breath of fresh air”?

Um, no, not really. A chemical product designed to be sprayed around your house and stinky family marketed as a “breath of fresh air”? Don’t think so. How about opening some windows or stepping outside for your fresh air? Febreze’s main active ingredient is...

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Keeping your kids safe

Here's a great article  From LOSING IT! With Jillian Michaels Tuesday, October 26, 2010 ARE YOU WATCHING OUT FOR YOUR KIDS? I hate to break it to you, but there are so many toxins in our environment nowadays that your kids are exposed to chemicals and endocrine...

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10 Worst Germ Hot Spots

Locations that may surprise you and how to make a clean sweep! 1.   Kitchen Faucet 2.   Garbage Disposal 3.   Welcome Matt 4.   Vacuum Cleaner 5.   Dish Towel 6.   Car Dashboard 7.  Soap Dispensers 8.  Restaurant Ketchup Bottle 9.  Refridgerator Seal 10. Cell Phone...

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The Clean 15: Foods you don’t have to buy organic

Eating organic has so many benefits but can be expensive.  The fruits and vegetables on this list were the least likely to have pesticides detected on the parts you eat, after typical washing, whether or not they're certified organic. 1.   Onions 2.   Avocado 3.  ...

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The New Dirty Dozen – Why Eat Organic?

Newly updated for 2010, this list includes fruits, vegetables and other foods with the highest pesticide residue. Buy organic when shopping for these foods to avoid contamination. 1.   Celery 2.   Peaches 3.   Strawberries 4.   Apples 5.   Blueberries 6.   Nectarines...

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How our choices impact our health

Special Breast-Cancer Awareness Edition Changes in our lifestyles and communities have played the greatest role in the decline of activity levels among Americans. Millions of Americans drive to and from work and use a car to run almost every errand. The diseases of...

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