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Holiday Scenting Secrets

The holiday season is upon us! As you start giving some thought to hostess gifts, centerpieces, stocking stuffers, and tokens of love and thanks, I've got some words of wisdom to help keep your scented gifts toxin-free. Reliable favorites in all categories often include deliciously scented goodies, from cinnamon candles to vanilla...

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How Toxic Is Your ‘Natural’ Shampoo or Soap?

We all know toxic chemicals are all around us. But as much as we try to be vigilant and selective with the food and personal products we buy, sometimes there are toxic chemicals hidden behind the “natural” or even organic label. A recent study by the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) revealed a...

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Something’s Fishy with Farmed Fish

Did you know... Global farmed fish production now tops beef production? And that this year, for the first time ever, people will eat more fish raised on farms than caught in the wild? Fish is widely thought of as a healthful and environmentally friendly alternative to beef. But farm-raised fish...

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Why BPA Won't Go Away

Bisphenol A (BPA) remains on top of the charts of high profile chemicals, holding this dubious distinction for several years now. While toxicologists don’t really have a top 40, it’s obvious that this one is the poster child for what can go wrong with today’s designer chemicals.

Excerpt from Book “Preventing Autism & ADHD”

According to Liz Wasserman, True Goods Founder & CEO, "Parents can now benefit from Dr. Debby's guidance by reading this thorough and informative book – ideally before they start trying for a baby. Finally, there’s hope and help for families who want to make prevention an integral step in their fight against autism and ADHD!”

Formaldehyde ~ 4 Fast Facts

There is no good logic that can explain to the consumer why formaldehyde - a chemical that is classified as a carcinogen - is still on the market without any federal standards for emissions allowed in homes. Its toxicity was news to many.
 In the meantime, what are we to do about our contemporary desks, bookshelves and building supplies made from formaldehyde-full wood? Here are four lessons learned.