Do you ever worry about toxic chemicals? Ever had a reaction to an unknown ingredient in a commonly accepted household or personal care product?

We are surrounded by toxins hidden in our soaps, shampoos, toothpaste, sunscreen, household cleaners, lotions, and even our makeup. In fact, women are exposed to over 100 chemicals a day. These chemicals can affect the hormones and fertility of both women and men and can even be passed on to your child during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

They are known as endocrine disruptors. Google it. You won’t be happy.

The global health and economic burden related to toxic chemicals involves all aspects of human and animal life: changed hormones, increased infertility, higher risk of obesity, cardiovascular disease, neurological and developmental problems, changes in gut and skin microbiomes, cancers, serious lung disease, wheezing and asthma, obstructive lung disease, and plenty of other health-related issues.

On average, a baby is born with 200 industrial chemicals and pollutants in its umbilical cord, chemicals that are known carcinogens, toxic to the brain and nervous system, and cause birth defects or abnormal development in animal studies. And their first poop has plastic particles in it!

Click the link to watch this 3-minute video - What's Under Your Sink
Then message me when you are ready to ditch and switch your household products.

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