Millions of people suffer from inflammation and the numbers are set to rise over the next three decades, with The World Health Organization (WHO) citing chronic inflammatory diseases as being among the most significant and prolific causes of death in the world.
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 30, 2019 3:56 pm
A shocking new study from the Environmental Working Group (EWG) has revealed that exposure to the cocktail of lethal carcinogens in America’s tap water causes or contributes to over 100,000 cancer cases in the US over a lifetime.
The peer-reviewed study puts much of the toxic culpability on the presence of three main contaminants found in the water supply to millions of homes:
This disturbing report means that more and more people are being prompted into finding a long-term, reliable solution to protect their family from contaminated tap water.
EWG Recommends Home Water Filters
The EWG has suggested installing individual water filters at home.
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 11, 2019 7:24 pm
Every day, third-generation dairy farmer Art Schaap milks his 1,800 cows at his farm in Clovis, New Mexico. But not one drop of the 15,000 gallons he produces reaches any customers. Every gallon is dumped, every single day, due to PFAS contamination.
We’re slowly getting better at reducing packaging, ditching single-use plastics, and recycling materials. But with 10.5 million tons of plastic waste produced in the USA every year and a recycling rate of just 1-2%...it’s not enough. Enter Ecobricks.
So you’ve made the wise decision to buy a water ionizer for your home. You’re going to love seeing and feeling the difference once you start to drink ionized alkaline water on a regular basis, but there’s another factor to consider:
On a hot day, one thing that can be pleasantly cooling – as well as lovely to smell – is a light, summery fragrance from a water ionizer spritz!
Nice Smell, Not-So-Nice Chemicals
But here’s a thing; eau de Cologne, perfume and body sprays can contain a veritable cocktail of chemicals.
What’s more, the fragrance industry is alarmingly self-regulating, with the International Fragrance Association (IFRA) setting voluntary “safe use” levels for chemical additives…even though some of them are potentially hazardous.
If you like to use an aromatic spritz of some kind, but you want to keep your toxic load as low as possible, then we have a …