Toxic Chemicals and Your Health
It is alarming but true.
Many doctors, scientists and researchers have found a definite connection between our health and the toxic chemicals in our everyday household products.
If you’re the typical family, you probably use dozens of products every day from hair care, body care, toothpaste, deodorant, skin care and cosmetics, cleaning products and snack and food products. What you probably don’t realize is that many of them contain toxic chemical ingredients that are contributing to our nation’s health epidemics.
As a matter of fact, according to the U.S. EPA, only a fraction of the 75,000+ registered chemicals have gone through complete testing for humans’ safety.
Can you believe that??
Some of these toxic chemicals have immediate effects; however, most have the more common long-term, low dose exposure risks.
Most people are totally unaware of the many toxic chemicals that are lurking in their every day consumable products. These chemicals are not only in our cleaning and personal care products but they are in our diets as well!
We only have control over so many things & our own home is one of them.
We can choose to buy and use safer products that are free of toxic chemicals. These choices not only make our homes safer, but they will likely make you and your family healthier as well.
Consumer’s need to be educated so they can choose safer alternatives.
I do live educational webinars each week explaining 5 specific products you should absolutely avoid if you want to begin eliminating common toxic chemicals from your home. Begin boosting your immune system, recharging your metabolism and increasing your energy today! Reserve a spot on my next toxic chemical awareness webinar.
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