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The Problems With A Chlorinated Swimming Pool & What You Can Do

With so many public beaches and parks still closed due to COVID-19, most people are relying more heavily on pools to beat the summer heat. While we don’t want to spoil your backyard paradise, we do want you to be aware of the health concerns that come along with the chlorine exposure of a swimming … Learn More

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Non-Toxic Craft Recipes: Paint, Playdough, Slime & Bubbles

You’ve heard us say before that what you put ON your body is just as important as what you put IN your body, particularly when we’ve talked about personal care products and sunscreen. When it comes to getting creative (and messy!) with your kids, you’ll also want to be just as careful to limit their … Learn More

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The Dangers of Sunscreen + Our Homemade Recipe

Have you ever wondered which is the bigger threat…sunscreen or the sun? Science confirms that what you put ON your body is as important as what you put IN your body. This means the active ingredients found in sunscreen will be directly absorbed into your bloodstream. Therefore, it’s important to look at the ingredients in … Learn More

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Lifestyle Considerations to Improve Your Health: Household Items

Despite our best efforts at keeping a clean house, the average American household is actually 5x more toxic than the outside air. Turns out, it’s precisely because of our efforts to keep a clean house! Household cleaners and air fresheners are some of the most toxic products on the market. And speaking of toxins, did you … Learn More

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Glyphosate is Not Selective in What it Kills

Glyphosate is the active chemical found in the toxic weed killer, Roundup herbicide. Ever since its introduction in 1976, it has been the consistent “go-to” when spraying genetically modified crops, fields, home gardens and even grassy areas in public spaces, such as public parks or roadsides. Unfortunately, glyphosate is associated with some serious concerns because … Learn More

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