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A must see (TEDx video) Robyn O’Brien – Patriotism on a plate. The raw truth served up.

Robyn O’Brien tells the story of how she started paying attention to what’s in food. The answer may surprise you and it will certainly inspire you to be more deliberate about your food choices. When freedom from regulation ends up harming and even killing our children it is time to question the sytem. It is … Continue reading

Hundreds of Cosmetic Companies Leading the Market on Safer Products – Campaign for Safe Cosmetics :

        Everyone who has ever used a cosmetic product should know about the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and it’s ever growing effect on the beauty industry. How do we love thee Stacy Malkan and all those working for the Safe Cosmetics Campaign!  The front liners of this product safety revolution are fierce and … Continue reading

(video) Jeanne Rizzo – Breast Cancer and Plastic Pollution

A must see for every woman.

Parabens and Breast Cancer: The Link is Strong-

This is a great post by Julie Gabriel, auther of the Green Beauty Guide. Check out her fantastic blog while you are there! Parabens and Breast Cancer: The Link is Strong

Preventing Breast Cancer: UK Animation – EDCs (incl. BPA) and Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer UK believe in PREVENTION. It IS possible to reduce the number of people that get Breast Cancer in the first place.  The following video explains our position and the science behind it.  It concentrates on environmental factors, particularly Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Bisphenol A. For more information visit: http://www.breastcanceruk.org.uk Written, Directed and Animated … Continue reading

Green Dot Award Winner: NaturOli Laundry Detergent Concentrate

NaturOli’s Extreme 18X Why use NaturOli liquid soap nuts? Well to begin… Regular laundry detergents may contain any or all of the following: Enzymes – Are a skin sensitizer, but may cause dermatitis and allergic reactions Sodium Hypochlorite – Causes lung irritations, bronchial or respiratory reactions, cardiovascular damage, as well as eye and skin damage. … Continue reading

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