Can We Do It Better?

The growing consensus among scientists is that small doses of pesticides and other chemicals can cause lasting damage to human health, especially during fetal development and early childhood. Scientists now know enough about the long-term consequences of ingesting these powerful chemicals to advise that we minimize our consumption of pesticides.

We can NOT control the pollutants outside…We just can’t…BUT, we can control the pollutants in our own homes and workplace.

Bleach, ammonia, aerosols, phosphates, formaldehyde (used to embalm bodies and you can find it in 3000 products under 27 different names – including the dryer sheets used to dry the pillow cases you lay your head on each night!).

All these things are manufactured and shipped to your local stores and put on the store shelves with massive media hype and advertising telling you that these things are “good for you”. We must have them to be clean, to “sanitize” and yet more and more of us are sick with things not heard of 20 years ago – ADHD, ADD, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,, Autism, just to name a few…

And WHY? – The one thing that has consistently been a part of every life has been the agents we use to clean with. – We’ve had them around a long time, but with every generation we become a society that is more and more unhealthy. We have the best doctors in the world, right here in the United States, and yet they struggle to come up with even the diagnoses let alone the cure.

We can take back our own lives with better, safer products – we can regain our health with better and more effective vitamins and supplements.

BUT – we have to do it!


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