How to Ditch Toxic Personal Care Products

Cancer Causing Chemicals in Shampoo? Here's How to Ditch Them

Did you know that your skin is your largest most permeable organ? Everyday we smear and spray our skin with all kinds of creams, lotions, soaps, perfumes etc. The chemicals (including ones that can cause cancer) from personal care products are easily absorbed into your skin and transported to every organ in your body. Most […] Read more…

Are you Eating Sewer Sludge

Are You Eating Sewer Sludge?

Are we seriously eating food grown with sewer sludge? The answer is a disgusting YES. It’s a common practice in the United States for sewage waste facilities to sanitize, package and sell the leftovers as fertilizer. What is Sewer Sludge? Sewer Sludge, also called “biosolids” is whats leftover after water goes through the waste water […] Read more…

Chocolate Bar

The Sweet Deception of a Chocolate Bar

I never gave much thought to an ordinary chocolate bar. However there is actually a lot more to a chocolate bar than meets the eye. Little did I realize that chocolate can be grown with child labor, have environmental consequences and can contain pesticide residue. I’ve since learned more about chocolate and I consider the […] Read more…

The Teal Pumpkin Project

Why People Are Painting Pumpkins Teal for Halloween

Do you wonder why you see teal pumpkins around the neighborhood on Halloween? It’s due to a movement called the Teal Pumpkin Project.   What is the Teal Pumpkin Project? The Teal Pumpkin Project is a worldwide movement to create a safer, happier Halloween for all kids. Providing safe treats for kids with allergies raises awareness.  […] Read more…

Hidden Cost of Dying Bees

The Grocery Shelves Would be Bare if All the Bees Die

Importance of Honey Bees for Sustaining Life on Earth Bees are more than pesky insects that sting you. Ok, so this could be a little exaggerated. However if all pollen-spreading insects ceased to exist we would have a huge problem. Many fruits and plants depend on bees or other insects for pollination. In fact 1/3 […] Read more…

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