1. Air fresheners: Most air fresheners mask odors with a synthetic fragrance or numb your sense of smell with chemical anesthetics. But, they do nothing to eliminate the source of the odor. Also, aerosol air fresheners spew out tiny droplets of chemicals that are easily inhaled into the lungs. Instead, ventilate well and choose natural deodorizers, such as zeolite or baking soda, which contain minerals that absorb odors.How to Freshen Indoor Air Naturally includes recipes for other homemade remedies. Plants are also helpful for purifying your indoor air.

2. Drain, oven and toilet bowl cleaners: Yes, three products instead of one, but they all fit under the category of cleaners - and these are the three nastiest. Corrosive or caustic cleaners, such as the lye and acids found in drain cleaners, oven cleaners and acid-based toilet bowl cleaners, are the most dangerous cleaning products because they burn skin, eyes and internal tissue easily.

* To clean extra-greasy ovens, mix together 1 cup baking soda and 1/4 cup of washing soda, then add enough water to make a paste; apply the paste to oven surfaces and let soak overnight. The next morning, lift off soda mixture and grime; and rinse surfaces well.
* Prevent clogged drains by using hair and food traps.
* To de-grease and sweeten sink and tub drains, pour 1/2 cup of baking soda down drain followed by 1 cup vinegar; let bubble for 15 minutes; rinse with hot water. You might have to repeat the whole procedure more than once. This same mixture can be used prior to scrubbing your toilet bowl to deodorize and scour away grime.

3. Canned food: It's probably shocking to find a food item on a toxic product list, but it's no mistake. Food cans are lined with an epoxy resin that contains bisphenol-A (BPA). Most experts believe this is our main source of exposure to BPA, which has been linked to hormone disruption, obesity, heart disease, and much more. Eden Foods is currently the only company with BPA-free canned foods (other than the canned tomatoes, which they haven't found an adequate substitute for given the acidity of the tomatoes). Opt for fresh, frozen, dried or jarred foods.

4. Pesticides: This is a huge category of products, but they deserve inclusion in their entirety because of how extremely toxic they are. They're made to be. That's how they kill things. But, solving your pest problem may leave you with another problem - residual poisons that linger on surfaces, contaminate air, and get tracked onto carpet from the bottom of shoes. There are so many non-toxic ways to eliminate pests and weeds - next time you need to get on the offense, check out the recommendations at Beyond Pesticides.

5. Dry-cleaning: Okay, it's a service and not a product per se, but the chemical used to do it, perchloroethylene, has been linked to cancer as well as nervous system, kidney, liver and reproductive disorders. Even bringing dry-cleaned clothes home is risky. EPA studies have found that people who reportedvisiting a dry-cleaning shop showed twice as much perc in their breath, on average, as other people. EPA also found that levels of perc remained elevated in a home for as long as one week after placing newly dry-cleaned clothes in a closet. A Consumers Union study found that people who wear freshly dry-cleaned clothes, like a jacket and shirt, every week over a 40-year period, could inhale enough perc "to measurably increase their risk of cancer" - by as much as 150 times what is considered "negligible risk." Try wet-cleaning, CO2 technology, or even hand-washing.

6. Bottled water: Most people buy bottled water thinking they're avoiding any contaminants that may be present in their tap water. For the most part, they're wrong. Bottled water can be just as, or even more, contaminated than tap water. In fact, some bottled water IS tap water - just packaged (in plastic that can leach chemicals into the water) and over-priced. Also, from manufacture to disposal, bottled water creates an enormous amount of pollution - making our water even less drinkable. Do yourself and the world a favor and invest in a reusable stainless steel water bottle and a water filter.

7. Rubber duckies: How does such a cute toy end up on a toxic product list? When it's made from PVC - the poison plastic. Banned in over 14 countries and the European Union, PVC, also known as vinyl, is still legally sold by U.S. retailers although it threatens environmental and consumer health at every stage of its product life cycle, according to the Center for Health, Environment, and Justice (CHEJ). When it's in your home, PVC can leach phthalates (linked to hormone disruption) and lead (a potent neurotoxicant) - contaminating air, dust, and eventually you. Go PVC-free by reading packages and avoiding the #3 in the chasing arrows symbol (usually found on the bottom of a product). If a plastic is not labeled, call the manufacturer. Learn more.

8. Couch cushions: No, you needn't get rid of all your cushions and consign yourself to a future of discomfort. Just avoid cushions, pillows, and anything with foam labeled as meeting California TB 117, as it is likely to contain toxic fire retardants. These chemicals migrate from the foam to dust to people. In animal research, these chemicals are associated with cancer, birth defects, thyroid disruption, reproductive and neurological disorders such as hyperactivity and mental retardation. Don't worry about increasing your fire risk, data does not show that this standard has resulted in increased fire safety. Look for foam and cushions made with polyester, down, wool, or cotton as they are unlikely to contain toxic fire retardants.

9. Perfume and cologne: Colognes and perfumes may make us more attractive. But mixed in with the colors and scents are a wide variety of unattractive chemicals. Perfumes and fragrances can consist of hundreds of chemicals. Testing of Calvin Klein's Eternity by an independent lab, commissioned by Environmental Health Network (EHN), revealed that the perfume contained over 800 compounds. Among the chemicals of concern is diethyl phthalate (DEP) that is absorbed through the skin and can accumulate in human fat tissue. Phthalates are suspected carcinogens and hormone disruptors that are increasingly being linked to reproductive disorders.

It's not so simple to avoid phthalates by switching products because they are rarely listed on product ingredient labels. Phthalates are claimed as a part of trade secret formulas, and are exempt from federal labeling requirements. Find out if products you currently use contain phthalates and find safer ones on Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Searchable Product Guide website.

10. Oil-based paints and finishes: There are 300 toxic chemicals and 150 carcinogens potentially present in oil-based paint, according to a John Hopkins University study. Still interested in coating your walls and furniture with this gunk? I hope not. Look for water-based options - ideally those that are low- or no-VOC. You could also explore natural finishes like milk paint and vegetable or wax based wood finishes.


Toxic personal products


Do you use body wash, shampoo, conditioner, facial cleanser, liquid
hand soap, deodorant, bubble bath, sunblock, moisturizing cream, body lotion, acne cream, baby wipes, cosmetics ect...? What brand? Does it say non-harmful or not tested on animals on the packaging? If not, it contains many ingredients that are very toxic in small doses and can cause cancer, developmental and reproductive mutations, allergies, and over all destroy our immune and endocrine systems. The products we use on a daily basis are one of the main causes of major health issues around the world where these products are sold and used. Someones got to keep the hospitals, insurance company's, and any company dealing with health care alive. This is one the biggest conspiracy's to keep our health down and health problems up. Again, were dealing with another form of population control.

Lets start off lightly

- Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate: The number one ingredient in many different kinds of body wash and shampoo, the main side effect this has on human skin is it's a skin and eye irritant. Think about that the next time you lather yourself up and wonder why your skin is so itchy. Why would they put this in shampoo and body-wash not to mention all the other products listed above, so you'll buy some other product to take care of your irritated skin. This the is the gate way ingredient to more harmful chemicals pump into your everyday personal products.

-Fragrance: Any time you use any type of personal product that has any kind of pretty smell to it baby powder, you are inhaling Fragrance. It is a known human immune system toxicant which is linked to the manifestation of allergic reactions, an impaired capacity to fight disease and repair damaged tissues in the body. It also has moderate evidence of human neurotoxicity. This does harm to the brain and nervous system that can cause developmental delays to chronic nerve degeneration diseases. So would you prefer to have your baby smell smell baby powder fresh or die of some disease later on in life because you thought all baby's need baby powder. I'm a father and my beautiful little girl has no use for baby powder, she has had only one tiny diaper rash and people comment on how beautiful her skin is all the time.

-Methylparaben: Due to a violation of government restrictions it has been banned or foundunsafe for use in cosmetics. Although you will find this wonderful ingredient in many baby products including baby powder and baby lotion, baby toothpaste and diaper cream. Remember, it's only band for cosmetics, so they say. There is strong evidence showing that it's a human skin toxicant and it's known as a human toxicant in human organs (non reproductive). Animal studies have shown brain and nervous system effects at moderate doses. Vitro tests on mammalian cells show positive mutation results, umm... that spells cancer. Studies have also shown it weakens the endocrine system. It interferes with gene expression. And of course, studies show this to be a skin irritant at low doses. This ingredient is found in about 5000 everyday personal products including sunscreen, facial treatments, and moisturizer just to name a few. Oh yea, it's also found in BABY FACIAL WIPES!!!

-Benzyl Alcohol: Benzyl Alcohol is an aromatic alcohol used in products such as hair color and bleaching kits, facial moisturizer and cleanser, body lotion, conditioner, shampoo, anti-aging ointments, mascara, perfume, and sunscreen with an spf greater then 30. In the United States, it may be used as an active ingredient in over the counter drugs. There has been one or more human case studies showing possible allergenic effects. Moderate human health concern based on exposure and toxicity but is designated as safe for general or specific, limited use in food although fully up-to-date toxicology information has been sought, none has been found. Gee that's strange! It's allowed in the workplace, but exposures are restricted to low doses. It has been classified as toxic and harmful to human organs from products used around the mouth, the lips and products that may be aerosolized (airborne). Vitro tests on mammalian cells again show positive mutation results, yes, cancer. It's harmful if inhaled and if swallowed. It can cause itching, burning, scaling, hives, and blistering of skin. I wonder what they were thinking at Avon when they came up with their new Ultimate Skin Transforming Cream. This stuff is used in thousands of everyday products.

-Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT): Is a fat-soluble organic compound that's used as a food additive, in cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, jet fuels, rubber, petroleum products, electrical transformer oil, and embalming fluid. Come again? Studies show that BHT causes brain and nervous system damage at low doses. It's known also as a human immune system and skin toxicant. Again we see endocrine system disruption at low doses. And of course vitro tests on mammalian cells show positive mutation results. More cancer. One or more animal studies show respiratory effects at low doses. Studies also show effects to the reproductive organs at high doses. Yes, this stuff also irritates the skin. On top of liver and kidney changes, along with a few tumors throughout the body. Cancer, cancer, cancer, and more cancer.

-Triclosan: Japan and in Canada both have restricted the use of this chemical in cosmetics. But we decide to put it in our toothpaste, hand soap, antiperspirants and deodorants, body spray, lip stick, bath oils, hand cream, shampoo, conditioner, and bar soap . This great compound destroys the endocrine system at very low doses, and is bioaccumulative. That means extremely low doses of the stuff can accumulate and build up over time, eventually killing you off. It also has broad systemic effects at low doses meaning it can travel throughout the body like an infectious organism. Studies show fetal death at high doses and yes again vitro tests on non-mammalian cells show positive mutation results. Wow cancer, how did you guess? It's also considered to have wildlife and environmental toxicity. Yea, it's real bad for the environment.

Oxybenzone:You will find this in most all sunscreens spf 15 or higher.
Centers for Disease Control research states that this chemical absorbs through the skin in significant amounts and contaminates the bodies of 97% of Americans. Case studies show Oxybenzone to have significant photoallergenic effects on humans, meaning your skin becomes more sensitive to UV light the more you put it on. How do you like that for a monopoly. It also produces excess reactive oxygen species that can interfere with cellular signaling, cause mutations, lead to cell death and may be implicated in cardiovascular disease. It also weakens the endocrine system and again may accumulate in the body over time. It as well has brain and nervous system effects at high doses. How about those vitro tests on non-mammalian cells that show positive mutation results. CANCER. This toxic stuff is made to penetrate and absorb into the skin getting inside your body. Try to remember this the next time you rub in sunscreen all over your body or when you tell the person rubbing it on your back "Make sure to Rub it in good".

This is just a few of the toxic ingredients found in your everyday products. It makes me sick how the use of chemicals has gone out of control. Most people don't know about it because were fooled by company's that
have tricky names like MD moms, that make you think, wow moms that are doctors! This must be the best stuff available. Well, their baby silk soothing bottom relief can cause cancer, developmental and reproductive problems, and harm the immune system. We are made to believe that the products we use are there to better our lives and to keep us healthy. When in fact they do just the opposite. More than 3 million people have been diagnosed with 1 of 25 different cancers in the past five years in the United States. That's 1.5 % of our population and the number just keeps climbing higher and higher. There are alternative products that do the exact same job but are 100% safe and non-toxic. Granted your not going to find many of them at Walmart or any other major store where these type of products are sold, that's because it's all part of the system. The powers that be, these elite want your to be sick with cancer and major health problems, other wise these certain elitist wouldn't stay so rich. Remember that the pharmaceuticalindustry is a $65.2 billion dollar a year business. That's why they depend on the sick and dieing. Money!

Anyway here is a
great website you can go to, to find out how toxic the products you use are. You have to but in your e-mail, but it's well worth it. The best place to find natural products are a places like Wholefoods or Wild Oat's. Many city's also have privately owned naturalistic store's, you just have to seek them out, advertising is expensive. If for some reason you don't have any of those options, you can always order online, there are all types of natural product you can purchase.

Read what's in the products that you buy if you give two cents about your longevity and health. Open your mind to keep yourself out of the hospitals and off of the pharmaceuticals. Realize the truth that's surrounds you and the lie's that were fed. Attain the knowledge that will help you and your loved one's live a happy and healthy life. Attain, your attainable mind.



  1. Take off your shoes at the door. You're not just tracking in dirt if you leave your shoes on, but also toxins picked up from the outside. Babies crawl on the floor. So bare feet is best.
  2. Use a carbon filter pitcher to filter your drinking water. Go a step further and get an osmosis system.
  3. Make sure your meat and dairy is free of antibiotics and has no growth hormones.
  4. Buy organic produce. If you cannot, be sure to wash thoroughly and peel skin before eating.
  5. Go organic where it matters most -- fruits and vegetables like peaches, apples, celery, strawberries, lettuce, and potatoes have high levels of pesticides if you don't go organic.
  6. Cook with stainless steel instead of non-stick cookware. Non-stick contains PFOA, a carcinogen linked to thyroid disease.
  7. Store foods in glass containers instead of plastic. If you use plastic, make sure nothing has a number 7 on it. That would indicate it is BPA.
  8. Keep your home dust free and open windows often. Inside air can be two to five times more polluted than the air outside because of the formaldehyde in furniture. Ventilation is needed.
  9. Get a houseplant or two. Plants help remove toxins in the air.
  10. A midwife on the show said simply: Don't put anything on your baby you wouldn't eat.




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