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Book Review

"Our Toxic World"



Current Tips

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Remedies
To common
Home Toxins
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Pregnancy
Chemical
Exposure's

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[Printable Versin]


REMEDIES TO PROTECT AGAINST COMMON
HOME TOXINS OR POLLUTANTS

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  NATURAL GAS, OIL OR FURNACE LEAK ODORS: repair the faulty systems. The hydrocarbons from oil, gas or coal or incomplete combustion from a faulty furnace exhaust commonly causes asthma and chemical sensitivities such as aggression, fatigue, unclear thinking, headaches, muscle aches etc.

  MICROWAVE OVENS: Get a small electric over for heating small items. If you microwave plastic, it leaks into the food and can cause girls to develop breast at 6-8 years and also affects boys sexually-and it is also one cause of breast cancer.

  TEFLON COOKWARE: Never heat on high. Use medium or low only or don't use it at all. The chemical that is emitted can quickly kill birds and we do not know what it does to children or pregnant women.

  DISPOSABLE DIAPERS: Try Tushies or a cotton diaper service. Others can contain a chemical that feminizes the males

. SANITARY PRODUCTS: Try Essentials at Health Food Store Bleached products might contain dioxin which is thought to cause endometriosis and cancer in animals and women

. FINGER NAIL POLISH AND REMOVER: Just stop using it.

  HAIR DYES: Let it remain gray or use a natural brand of hair dye.

  MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS: fresh paint and solvents like turpentine, plywood, and particleboard furniture can all be toxic. You can check what is in any home or personal item by sending it to Anderson laboratory. They will expose mice and sometimes the mice swell up, have problems breathing, get rashes and become paralyzed and die. They can video the response of the mice to a chemical. 802 295 7344. Some school carpets, example, give off chemicals that do this in less than four hours. See the video or DVD entitled Environmentally Sick Schools, which clearly demonstrates this. Call 1 800 787 8780

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