The average American is contaminated with 212 synthetic chemicals*
Including pesticides, phthalates, flame retardants, and chemicals used in plastics and other consumer products.
Many of these toxins come from your home, and in particular, your kitchen.
Where they can have a serious effect upon you and your family’s health:
Many common toxins are endocrine disrupting, can cause developmental and reproductive issues, disturb the gut microbiome and have been linked to cancer.
In short, toxic exposure is NOT GOOD.
But there are simple things you can do to reduce your toxic load...
Starting with some simple actions and swaps you can make in your kitchen...
*Statistic obtained from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that found 212 chemicals in blood and urine samples.
Another interesting albeit long read is a study by the Environmental Working Group that found an average of 232 chemicals in the umbilical cord blood of newborns. Read it here.
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