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Invisible Toxins In Everyday Products Are Making You And Your Family Sick

Posted by Catherine Morgan on October 30, 2007

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Invisible Toxins In Everyday Products Are Making You And Your Family Sick — by Catherine Morgan

Are You Unknowingly Making Your Child Sick? Moms need to know what invisible toxins are in the everyday products they provide to their children.

A disturbing story came to light this week, from CNN’s Planet In Peril series. Our children are being exposed to such high levels of industrial chemicals, that studies are showing many of them to have up to seven times greater levels in their blood than their parents. Think about that for a minute. If their levels are this high now…How high do you think they will be by the time they are adults?

With so many cancers and chronic illnesses being blamed on environmental causes…How sick do you think these children might be by the time they are parents? How many might be unable to be parents? We are talking about chemicals that are known carcinogens, and known to be in products we and our children are using every day. It’s a much larger problem than I had ever realized…especially for our children.

Of course, we can not be sure how these exposures will affect our children’s future health, only time will tell. But, if these studies are any indication, the future is very troubling.

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2 Responses to “Invisible Toxins In Everyday Products Are Making You And Your Family Sick”

  1. some years ago, a doctor in UK found that PARABENS in deodorents were inbreast cancers.

  2. I think I remember hearing that somewhere too. I’ll have to look more into that. Thanks for your comment.

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