Toxic substances enter the body through environmental pollutants, radiation, electromagnetic fields, toxic building materials, and even mercury fillings in our teeth. Our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual torments are not the result of bad food choices alone; however, food choices are what we have direct control. Eliminating the poisons is easy once you know what they are. If you are not consuming plant-based, whole foods then you are probably eating packaged, processed food products that are chemically laced with artificial flavorings, preservatives, synthetics, herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides. Anything other than plant-based wholefoods burdens our body compromises the immune system and cultivates disease. If the US spends more than double on health care research, which is more than any other country, yet ranks number one in chronic and degenerative diseases that don’t have to exist in the human body. All disease is caused by inflammation and lack of circulation. we need to become aware and practice lifestyle medicine. That requires that you make a practice of consistency nourishing your body and are food and stress-related, then logically we can make choices that mean you can take charge of your health just by making some changes. Changes with how you eat and how you think and feel. The only side effect will be gaining your health!
Here’s some food for thought. If we drank or absorbed poison, the following symptoms would appear: fever, chills, sweats, fatigue, throat irritations, loss of appetite, skin irritations, headaches, weakness, vomiting, nasal discharge, shortness of breath, nausea, respiratory infections, muscle pain, diarrhea, constipation, inflamed lymph nodes, joint pain, lesions, infection, irritability and weight gain. With this in mind, compare these side effects to those of long term consumption of junk foods, processed foods, sugars, fats, and salts, alcohol, cigarettes, street drugs, over the counter drugs and prescription drugs. The same symptoms appear when we have the flu and most chronic diseases. It’s all the same side effects, the side effects of poisoning.
We have a whole season dedicated to the cold and flu, but if you put this season to a calendar you would realize that we start ingesting excess poisons at the end of October if we participate with Halloween candy. Then we move onto Thanksgiving, which is a celebration of gorging on dead processed traditional foods. We continue through the month of December with the Christmas office parties and family festivities and then bring in the New Year’s with plenty of cheer. Is it any wonder why we display the symptoms of ingesting poison by early January?
Using food to celebrate would not be so bad if we didn’t eat poisons. If we do consume the food products that register within the body as poisons, all we have to do is space them out as a very rare indulgence and consume plenty of raw fruits and vegetables without sugars, fats and salts, in between the indulgences . Constantly loading the filtration system with toxins leads to chronic disease by the time we reach our 40’s these days because of how the food products are processed. Don’t forget that the bold and brutal truth is- America ranks number one in degenerative diseases, even though America spends 1.6 of the 2.7 trillion dollars in medical research. That’s more than double any other country, yet we rank 57th on the World Health Index. If (9) out of the top (10) killer diseases in the US are food and stress related then we can do something about it.
Sugar– was known to be a poison as early as 1808. All forms of sugar wreak havoc on the body’s delicate balance, requiring the body to use up vital nutrients in order to neutralize the effects of consuming the poisonous sugar. Remember that the body will always seek balance so you can survive for one more day. Sugar intake triggers an automatic built-in safety switch to protect against immediate poisoning. This switch activates the conversion of excess sugar into fats, such as triglycerides, that will eventually clog the arteries. This is how sugar intake increases risk of heart disease. Sugar puts stress on the pancreas because it produces acid in the body fluids, thus forcing the pancreas to pump out a surge of digestive enzymes. Consuming more than just two teaspoons of sugar results in a bloodstream loaded with these acids- lactic, butyric, acetic and carbonic. The body uses these extra digestive enzymes and stored minerals to neutralize acid. As acid levels in the blood elevate, a general drowsiness and sluggishness called a sugar low or to be more accurate, the alkaline tide takes over. These are typical symptoms of sugar’s carbonic acid toxicity. Refined sugar is an empty nutrient food. Sugar weakens the immune system instantly in two ways:
Within one hour of sugar intake, the white blood cell activity drops to below 50% and functions below normal for up to four hours. White blood cells are a central part of our immune defense.
Sugar is the main food source for the pathogenic bacteria fungi that populate in our gastrointestinal tract. Sugar contributes to the conversion of dormant, nondestructive yeast into the toxin-secreting parasite- fungi most commonly known as Candida albicans. Sugar is its main food. Damaging toxins mycotoxins or endo-toxins are the waste by-products of fungi. These toxins will drain the immune system and damage tissue and organs.
Alcohol– dramatically raises blood pressure, resulting in an increased risk of stroke. Alcohol is highly toxic to the liver, nerve, and cognitive function. Alcohol also dehydrates the tissues and depletes the body of B-vitamins, zinc, and magnesium. Alcohol consumption causes inflammation, puffiness, and major wrinkles. A healing, fun alternative is Kambucha!
Nicotine– There are so many harmful effects of tobacco consumption, yet many continue to puff the life force away. The consequences of smoking and nicotine consumption include a risk of heart disease, lung cancer, stroke, emphysema and hypertension. These harmful effects have been listed with the U.S. Surgeon General on every package of cigarettes.
Caffeine— is an ingredient found in both coffee, sodas and energy drinks. Caffeine exhausts the adrenal glands by stimulating the production of the stress hormones adrenaline, epinephrine, and cortisol. These hormones activate the body for fight or flight, resulting is instant elimination of wastes, and a surge of energy sent to the arms and legs. The consistent surge of these stress hormones can lead to high blood pressure and diabetes. Caffeine is the toxic cousin of nicotine. Caffeine impacts the brain and spinal nerves, causing increased irritability, loss of sleep, heart palpitations, IBS, and even muscular tremors. Caffeine is a stimulant and dehydrates the body and causes wrinkles.
Coffee— not only loaded with caffeine, it is also loaded with a toxic heavy metal called cadmium. High levels of cadmium can shorten life because it interferes with the body’s physiological systems, specifically the immune and nerve functions. Cadmium (a heavy metal) blocks the absorption of the mineral zinc and can be stored in the body for years. Coffee and teas are high in tannic acid, producing acidosis- a high risk condition requiring the body to use up valuable nutrients in order to preserve life. The body cannot survive an acidic pH.
You can find a wealth of knowledge about the health risks of coffee at the website teeccino.com. This company offers “The Healthy Choice for Coffee Lovers”. Make the switch, you are worth it!
Sodas— contain phosphoric acid, which leeches magnesium from the body. Over 50 billion cola beverages are consumed daily in the United States. Sodas offer no nutritional value. Sodas contribute to the consumption of other dangerous elements such as sugar and aspartame.
Aspartame— is in more than 5,000 products including diet drinks, sodas, ice cream, gum, prescription drugs, and baked goods. The FDA approved aspartame knowing that it becomes a dangerous neurotoxin when heated beyond 86 degrees. This is a grave concern considering that no body registers below 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Aspartame is composed of the following:
Phenylalanine: This lowers serotonin levels, contributing to manic depression, suicidal tendencies, mood swings, panic attacks, insomnia, anxiety, hallucinations and rage.
Aspartic acid: a dibasic amino-acid, derivable from asparagines.
Methanol: the human body functions at about 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. When methanol is heated above 86 degrees Fahrenheit, it converts into formaldehyde and then into formic acid which can cause metabolic acidosis, contribute to an acid pH body fluid, and death.
Aspartame has been linked to the cause of many diseases. The side effects reported are shocking. For further information on aspartame, go to dorway.com.
Adulterated Dairy— Each year, American tax payers payout $38 billion to subsidize meat, fish, eggs, and dairy. The total expenses imposed on society, which includes production costs not paid by animal food producers is at least $414 billion. Everything the public knows about cow’s milk and dairy is probably part of the dairy industry myth. Cow’s milk is an unhealthy fluid that comes from tortured, diseased animals. Dairy products contain a wide range of dangerous and disease-causing substances that have a cumulative negative effect on all who consume them. Milk, regular or organic, contains 59 active hormones, scores of allergens, fat and cholesterol. Most cow’s milk has measurable quantities of herbicides, pesticides, dioxins, more than 200 times what would be considered safe. Besides 59 active hormones, found in milk there are 52 powerful antibiotics along with blood, pus, feces, bacteria and viruses. Cow’s milk also has traces of all that the cows have eaten, including radioactive fallout from nuclear testing. Milk products are a major factor in obesity and hinder the absorption of nutrients, which eventually leads to many degenerative diseases. One of the largest myths about milk is that it is a good source of calcium. Calcium in cow’s milk is coarser than the calcium found in human milk and is tied up with casein, which prevents calcium from being absorbed. Casein allergies affect many and show up as stiffness which radiates throughout the shoulders, neck and spine. Casein also contributes to leg cramping, joint and lower back pain. Fatigue, sensitivity to light, dizziness, varicose veins and depression are also common symptoms of allergies to milk.
All dairy products except butter are acid-forming because they are concentrated, second hand protein. The human body requires amino acids to build and rebuild tissue, not animal protein. Amino acids are available to us when we consume raw vegetables, and sprouts. The consumption of milk products is the number one cause of childhood diabetes. Excessive animal protein creates acidity which breeds yeast growth, nurtures viruses, stimulates tumor growth, feeds parasites, reduces helpful intestinal bacteria, uses up all nutrients, and causes general fatigue. The hormone bovine somatotropin or bovine growth hormone (BGH) is given to cows to increase their milk production by 25%. BGH causes inflammation of the cow’s udders and contributes to reproductive problems for the cows, leading to greater use of antibiotics. These antibiotics are then passed on to dairy consumers.
For more information, go to the website of Dr. Loraine Day and order her video, “Drugs Don’t Cure”. drday.com
All dairy products except butter are acid-forming because they are concentrated, second hand protein. The human body needs amino acids to build and rebuild tissue, not animal protein. Amino acids are available to us when we consume raw vegetables, and sprouts. Click here to learn more. Milk products, is the number one cause of childhood diabetes. Excessive animal protein creates acidity which: breeds yeast growth, nurtures viruses, stimulates tumor growth, feeds parasites, reduces helpful intestinal bacteria, uses up all our nutrients, and cause general fatigue. The hormone bovine somatotropin or bovine growth hormone (BGH) is given to cows to increase their milk production by 25%. BGH causes inflammation of the cow’s udders and contributes to reproductive problems for the cows, leading to greater use of antibiotics. These antibiotics are then passed on to dairy consumers.
Adulterated Meat— Efficient fuel for our body is built from complex carbohydrates because glucose is the body’s most basic source of energy. Fuel value should always be the foremost factor in determining the worth of any food. The best source of complex carbohydrates are vegetables. Our stored protein is utilized as fuel if glucose and fat sources are depleted. Protein supplies the building blocks for tissue from the amino acids. Amino acid chains can contain anywhere from fifty-one to two hundred thousand amino acids. When animal flesh protein is ingested, the chain must be broken down and reassembled into human protein. This process is very burdensome on the body. Many of the amino acids are destroyed when cooking meat rendering them useable by the body. These unusable amino acids become toxic and force the body into a defense mode. Benzopyrene and methycholantrene are toxins formed when the fat in animal meat is charcoal-broiled. Both of these toxins are known cancer-causing agents. The benzopyrene found in two pounds of charcoal-broiled steak is equal to 600 cigarettes. Burnt animal fat is very poisonous, and include fish and chicken.
As a culture, we have been repeatedly lied to, being told that it is necessary to depend on animals products in order to obtain our protein requirements. This is a blatant and dangerous untruth. Animal food products are causing disease and today, children are tested for high cholesterol at 10 years old. The concerns, however, do not end here. If avoiding disease is not enough of a reason to avoid animal products then watch this- Click Here.
Antibiotics given to cattle, hogs, chickens and sheep can produce serious problems in people. The Humane Farming Association reports that, “Veal and hogs are infected with mutant bacteria, requiring lots of antibiotics”. Female hormones fed to cattle for growth are culprits behind increased in female disorders like severe hot flashes, painful menstrual cycles, breast lumps and greatly extend the menopause transition. These same hormones can cause premature aging and impotence in men. The animal flesh also accumulates pesticide residue such as DDT, DDE, and PCB. Meat, fish and poultry contribute thirteen times more DDT to the average diet than vegetables. Animal products leave high residues of sulfuric, phosphoric, urea and uric acid, which are toxic nitrogen compounds. Beefsteak contains approximately fifteen grams of uric acid per pound, requiring the kidneys too work three times harder to eliminate these toxic nitrogen compounds from a meat diet than a plant based diet.
Studies have shown that animals going to the slaughter experience radical biochemical changes. Their blood hormone levels, particularly adrenaline, increase drastically when they witness animals dying around them and others struggling to stay alive. These high amounts of hormones remain in the tissues of the meat and are eaten by meat consumers. The flesh of an animal carcass is loaded with toxic blood and other waste by-products. Diseased areas such as cancer or tumors are simply cut away, leaving the rest of the body to be sold as edible meat regardless of whether or not the disease may have circulated throughout the animal. It is common practice to incorporate diseased, trimmed off meat parts into mixed meats such as hot dogs or luncheon meats. This is then labeled as parts on the package ingredient list.
Meat eaters have a higher risk of cancer because of the carcinogenic preservatives added to meat. These include nitrites and other preservatives that are used to mask the green discoloration that occurs as meat rots. These preservatives are injected into the animals while they are alive so that they will circulate throughout its body. This often causes the animal to die even before being slaughtered.
Additives and Preservatives– Include, but is not limited to synthetic colorings, flavors, preservatives, growth hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, herbicides, mildewcides, fungicides, sugar substitutes and taste enhancers. Candice Pert, PhD, in her book, Molecules of Emotion, states there is overwhelming scientific evidence proving that 50% of childhood diagnoses of the Attention Deficient Disorder (ADD), and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and childhood obesity are directly caused from dangerous chemicals laced into the packaged, processed foods consumed by children daily. According to D. Lindsey Berkson, in her book Hormone Deception, there are 87,000 chemicals used in the United States, five thousand of which are considered carcinogenic and are FDA approved to be in our foods products [Berkson L., 2010].
One example is Monoammonium glutamate commonly known as (MSG), which is in just about everything that is packaged. MSG was created to study obesity using rats. Rats are not naturally obese, so scientists created them by using MSG, which is highly addictive, and triples the amount of insulin the pancreas creates, causing the rats (and humans) to become obese. John Erb reviewed scientific journals as a research assistant at the University of Waterloo, and documented his finding in his book The Slow Poisoning of America. The book discloses several studies that link MSG to: diabetes, migraines and headaches, autism, ADHD and Alzheimer’s.
The following ingredients always contain MSG: monosodium glutamate any hydrolyzed protein, sodium caseinate, hydrolyzed corn gluten, monopotassium glutamate, yeast extract, yeast food, autolyzed yeast, textured protein, glutamic acid, calcium caseinate, gelatin, and yeast nutrient.
The following ingredients most likely contain glutamate, or create it during processing: carrageenan, citric acid, bouillon and broth, natural beef flavor, stock, ultra pasteurized barley malt, soy protein isolate, natural pork flavoring, malodextrin, natural chicken flavor, whey protein concentrate, whey protein, soy sauce, anything enzyme modified, soy protein concentrate, protease, protease enzymes, malt flavorings, soy protein, anything store bought-fermented, anything protein fortified words like natural flavors and seasonings on labels are not to be trusted.
Regretfully, we are not able to trust the food industry or the FDA at this time. Back in August 2006, the FDA approved a viral cocktail as a food additive that can be sprayed on foods we eat as an attempt to prevent mycotoxins, produced by the secondary metabolism of toxigenic occurring in food and feed commodities both pre- and post-harvest. The first food types introduced to the unsuspecting public were luncheon meats and poultry such as cold cuts, sausages, hot dogs, sliced turkey and chicken. Manufacturers are not required to list these viruses on the food label. The FDA has not run clinical trials to determine what effect these viruses will have on the human body, the digestive system, or the intestinal flora, (the good bacteria). Nor has it any idea how these viruses will interact with other pathogens or migrate to other parts of our body.
Endotoxins are toxins created by the body as it is processes poisonous food products. Anything toxic ingredient should not be approved for use in packaged food products without long term live human studies.
Exotoxins, toxins coming into the body from the outside environment are considered one of the main reasons America ranks number one in the world for chronic and degenerative disease. FDA does have access to research proving that exotoxins are the cause of many forms of cancer, heart disease, liver dysfunction, liver disease, allergies, asthma, auto immune disorders, circulatory disorder, anxiety, migraine headaches, depression, hyperactivity, memory loss and abdominal disorders including irritable bowel, diverticulosis, diverticulitis and Crohn’s disease, yet there are no clinical trials to be found, despite all the money funneled into research [Richards B., 2010]. truthinlabeling.org
Pharmacy and Vaccines— There is an astonishing lack of basic scientific knowledge about how viral and bacterial vaccines, and their included substances such as mercury, aluminum, yeast, MSG, formalin and antibiotics, react with the brain and immune-system function in the human body at the cellular and molecular levels. A combination of vaccines administered together is much more dangerous due to the weaker immune systems found in infants born today. The 16th edition of Tabor’s Cyclopedia Medical Dictionary states that vaccines are a suspension of infectious agents (i.e. viruses) or some part of them, given for the purpose of establishing resistance to an infectious disease.
Agricultural science has proven that immunization does not stop disease but only prolongs its continued survival. Every year, a new flu shot is developed for the newest strain of flu. It takes six to twelve months for a virus to mutate so it can survive and presto! A “new strain” is born out of last year’s survivors. The intelligent survivors are developing so brilliantly that they are able to hook into our own DNA and hide using our own immune system to protect themselves. Continuing to vaccinate against the flu guarantees a new flu strain each year.
Immunization shots contain viruses and bacteria that are grown in pig or horse blood, rabbit brain tissue, dog and monkey tissue, chicken and duck eggs and calf serum. These nonhuman antigens cause chaos in the human body. The foreign substance is perceived by the body as a poison and triggers an adverse effect on health and vitality. This can show up later in life as nervous and immune system malfunctions including malaise, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, hives, allergic asthma, anaphylaxis, respiratory infections, gastrointestinal problems, eye problems, blood pressure changes and paralysis.
From 2006 to 2014 the United States federal government’s National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program has paid out over 2.5 billion dollars in damages. Out of the 4,851 claims were filed only 1,876 claims were compensated [Miller N., 2008]. The germs do not make us sick and diseased. Germs such as diphtheria, pneumonia and tuberculosis are found in healthy, disease-free people all the time. The herpes virus is, at any given time, carried by roughly 70% of all people. Most of these carriers do not experience signs of the disease. Germs come to feed off of decay. Germs do not hook into healthy tissue. They come to feed on the garbage that has accumulated.
Sources for vaccines:
American Academy of Pediatrics, Autism A.L.A.R.M. (January 2004).;
California Department or Developmental Services, 2003 DDS Autism Report, www.dds.ca.gov.;
U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics: Digest of Education Statistics (2002).
B. Bloom et al., “Summary Health Statistics for U.S. Children: Nations Health Interview Survey, 2001,” National Center for Health Statistics, Vital and Health Statistics Series 10, no. 216 (November 2003).;
D.M. Mannino et al., “Surveillance for Asthma: United States, 1960-1995,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Morbidity and Weekly Report 47, no. SS-1 (14 April 1998);
Center for Disease Control and Prevention, “National Diabetes Fact Sheet” (2003);
P.J. Palumbo et al., “Diabetes Mellitus: Incidence, Prevalence, Survivorship and causes of Death in Rochester, Minnesota, 1945-1970,” Diabetes 25, no 7 (1 July 1976): 566-573;
Arthritis Foundation, www.arthritis.org.
C. Hoffman et al., “Persons with Chronic Conditions: Their Prevalence and Costs,” Journal of the American Medical Association 276, no. 18 (13 November 1996): 1473-1479;
K. Jarbrink, M. Knapp, “The Economic Impact of Autism in Britain,” 5, no. 1 (March 2001): 7-22.
E.B. Gurvich, “The Age-Dependent Risk of Postvaccination complications in Vaccines with Smallpox Vaccine,” Vaccine 10, no. 2 (1 January 1992): 96-97;
Hemachudha et al., “Myelin Basic Protein as an Encephalitogen in Encephalomyelitis and Polyneuritis Following Rabies Vaccination,” New England Journal of Medicine 316 no. 7 (12 February 1987): 369-374;
C.A. Hannik, “Major Reactions After DPT-Polio Vaccination in the Netherlands,” International Symposium on Pertussis, Bilthoven. Symposium Series on Immunobiological Standardization 13 (1969): 46-49;
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Vaccine components, www.cdc.gov.
D. Bookchin, J. Schumacher, “The Virus and the Vaccine” (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2004);
Institute of Medicine, “Adverse Effects of Pertussis and Rubella Vaccines” (Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1991);
Institution of Medicine, “Adverse Events Associated with Childhood Vaccines” (Washington D.C: National Academy Press, 1994);
M.B. Rennels et al., “Safety and Immunogenicity of Heptavalent Pneumococcal Vaccine Conjugated to CRM197 in United States Infants”, Pediatrics 101, no. 4, Part 1 (1 April 1998): 604-611;
Merck & Co., Inc., Recombivax HB product insert (1998);
C.B. Bridges et al., “Prevention and Control of Influenza: Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP),” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 52, no. RR08 (25 April 2003): 1-34.
J. Lazarou et al., “Incidence of Adverse Drug Reactions in Hospitalized Patients: A Meta-analysis of Prospective Studies,” Journal of the American Medical Association 279, no. 15 (15 April 1998): 1200-1205;
D.M. Eisenberg et al., “Trends in Alternative Medicine Use in the United States, 1990-1997: Results of the Follow-up National Survey,” Journal of the American Medical Association 280, no. 18 (11 November 1998): 1569-1575.
Tony Robbins offers this information and lists the previous sources in his workbook, Unleash The Power Within, (May 2005): p47.
It’s too late for us to live in a chemical free world. It would be impossible to explain the side effects caused by the combined interactions of the 2,983 chemicals analyzed by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health and how they affect and react within our internal networking systems. A simple common carpet is expelling the gases of benzene, a known cause of leukemia, not to mention other carcinogens like toluene, xylene, formaldehyde, butadiene, styrene and methacrylates just to name a few.
A Lifestyle of Chemicals— It would be impossible to explain the side effects caused by the combined interactions of the 2,983 chemicals analyzed by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health and how they affect and react within the internal networking systems. A simple common carpet is expels the gases of benzene, a known cause of leukemia, not to mention other carcinogens like toluene, xylene, formaldehyde, butadiene, styrene and methacrylates. There are dangerous chemicals and poisons in all our household cleaning and cosmetic products. Having a sample of one’s blood analyzed for these agents may yield unsettling information. Traces of diethanolamine found in the blood indicate the use of one of 600 home and personal care products that contain this dangerous carcinogenic chemical. Evidence of trichloroethylene means you recently picked up your dry cleaning, benzene would indicate that you put gas in your car, and toluene could account for walking across a polyurethane floor [Watson, 2006].
On an average American day we wake up after soaking up chemicals from chemically washed sheets and PJs. We jump into a shower for an early morning blast of chlorine along with 300 or more contaminates provided in our tap water. By shampooing our hair, washing our body, applying deodorant and brushing our teeth everyday we absorb propylene glycol, sodium lauryl sulfate, methyl or propyl paraben, imidazolidnyl urea, petrolatum, mineral oil, stearalkonium chloride and triethanolamine along with many more chemicals. We dress in clothes that were washed in chemicals and soak them up all day long. We make our way into the kitchen and ingest stimulant food products loaded with preservatives and chemicals. We get in our cars and inhale fumes, and we join others on the freeways and inhale more fumes. We work indoors in a chemically infested environment breathing recycled air. We consume a lunch and a few pick-me-up snacks, which are chemically laced, dead foods. Then we grab a soda or coffee for the trip home, and last but not least stop and fetch a fast food dinner for the family. Life snatching chemicals are all around us!
Sodium lauryl sulfate, (SLS) is just one of the very common harmful chemicals found in your more popular expensive shampoos, toothpaste and soaps. SLS irritates skin, corrodes hair follicles and impairs hair growth. When SLS interacts with other nitrogen bearing ingredients, carcinogenic nitrates are formed. Residual levels of SLS can be found in the heart, liver and even the lungs and brain. SLS impairs the development of young eyes, the immune system, causes inflammation and the separation of skin layers. Used often enough it is capable of changing the template information, (the blue print), stored in the DNA of each and every cell so the body begins to mutate. SLS has been used in studies to induce mutations in bacteria. This is just one of thousands of extremely dangerous chemicals with long-term use found in our daily cleaning and skin care products [Rogers S. M.D., 2002].
At Path to Perfect Health we offer healing skin care products that you can trust.
If you are not convinced to make changes, I recommend that you continue your research with the following books.
Detoxify or Die by Sherry A. Rogers, M.D., Rub A Dub Dub… Is Cancer In Your Tub?
A Consumer’s Dictionary Of Cosmetic Ingredients by Ruth Winter, M.S.
Dying To Look Good by Christine Hoza Farlow, D.C.
The Cosmetic Cover-Up by Dr. James H. Martin.
Is This Your Child’s World? and Chemical Timebomb, by Doris J. Rapp, M.D., F.A.A.A., F. A. A.P., F.A.E.M