...commonly used in plastic packaging and the inside lining of metal cans, during pregnancy and breast feeding resulted in increased levels in offspring.1 The offspring of the [...]
...of the lack of sanitation, it was very important that the products were 100 percent biodegradable, which many “biodegradable” options are not, using plastic coatings or [...]
...the fountain I use in my house. If your cat is sensitive to plastic try a ceramic fountain instead. 3. Flavored Water Flavoring the water with tuna juice or...
...all worried or having problems, I am able to seek out assistance from a medical provider Rules 1. EAT REAL FOOD Treat EVERYTHING in a box or plastic packaging with...
...and encase everything in supposedly sterile plastic. Maybe there’s not a lot of bacterial transfer in 5 seconds, but perhaps it also doesn’t matter. Source: [...]
...bet. Many of these toxic products are petroleum based and made of water pollutants, so it is best to avoid these products altogether. 4. | Ditch the Plastics [...]
...in the March 2015 edition of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. The Researchers at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center have linked the two maladies in a new study [...]
...studies show that already at birth, babies’ bodies contain mercury, multiple pesticides, more than a dozen different flame retardants, and air pollutants from fossil fuels, [...]
...substance with protective gloves. Quickly absorbed by mucosa. Polyethlyene– Plastic microbead lodges in gums causing discoloration and gingivitis. Aluminum oxide– Abrasive, [...]
...include pesticides, chemicals in nonstick cookware and plastic food and beverage containers, industrial pollutants absorbed by some of the plants and animals in our diet, and [...]