You Don’t Even Know You are Poisoning Your Children
Attention Deficit Disorder(ADD),
and rheumatoid disease is on the rise in children.
Could toxic chemicals exposure be the link?
Did you know that the home is the #1 source of exposure to toxic chemicals for you and your children?
This is especially true for young children who spend even more time indoors.
Think about your baby that you love so much, you are exposing them to Toxic Chemicals.
Why am I blaming you and not the companies that make these toxic chemicals?
Because you are the one who buys the products
and use them every day around your children.
Sorry if I sound like I am beating you up,
but I care for your children
and I want you to know for every toxic product there is a safer alternative.
Would You Keep a Loaded Gun Under the Sink?
Our government requires a license to purchase and own a gun,
yet they allow deadly products to be sold every day at the local supermarket.
Where do we keep these products?
Under our cabinets,
in our bathtub,
above the washer and dryer.
Where do we keep a gun?
In a locked box!
How Toxic Chemicals Get Into Your Body?
Ingestion is the route for immediate poisonings that lead to accidental death to occur.
Inhalation is where you inhale the toxic fumes.
The poison goes directly into the bloodstream and quickly travels to the brain, heart, liver, and kidneys.
Some symptoms might be a headache, muscle aches, irritated nose, throat, and lungs.
Absorption is when the product is absorbed through the skin.
The obvious is when you apply the product to the skin,
but skin absorption can even happen when you come in contact with a surface that was treated earlier.
This is a real problem for babies and toddlers who crawl around on recently cleaned surfaces.
Over 2,983 Chemicals In Personal Care Product Tested.
The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health shared these results:
884 were toxic
314 caused a biological mutation
218 caused reproductive complications
778 caused acute toxicity
148 caused tumors
376 caused skin and eye irritations
Our Government Does Not Allow Us To Throw These Products in the Trash.
They are legally defined as “household hazardous waste” and have to be disposed of in special toxic dumps.
There Is Hope
Reach out to me if you would like to know what my family has used since 2004.
Peace and Love
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