Get your hands on a copy of our free e-book – Eliminate 7 Toxins. We’ve joined with Chemical Maze to bring you this eBooklet to help you consider the toxins in your bathroom (and other parts of your life) and if you really need to expose you and your family to them. Click this link . . .
I used to think of cars, freeways and factories when I heard the words ‘Air Pollution’. However, I am now very conscious that our indoor spaces are also full of pollutants. Our homes and work spaces are often filled with VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds) odourless and colourless gasses that are known to trigger allergies and . . .
A recent study, published in peer-review journal The Prostate reveals that arsenic and estrogen chemical exposure, at ‘safe’ levels, can cause increased cancerous cell growth and transformation when combined. While it is known that the two chemicals can cause cancer individually, in small doses the chemicals have thought to pose no threat to human life. . . .
Some clients who consult me for the first time tell me they’re allergic to everything, or they’re sensitive to everything. They use the words “allergy” and “sensitivity” as analogies, but in fact they don’t mean the same (see sidebar). Generally with multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), the body can take only so much, and it depends . . .
Cleaning the cooking appliances we regularly use can be a chore, especially if you avoid cleaning on a regular basis. The cleaning options most commonly used are quite toxic. Ovens Everyone’s least favourite kitchen task is cleaning the oven. Yet it needs to be done regularly – ideally every week – to ensure safe efficient, . . .
This iconic toy has a story to tell that not many are aware of! The authors, leading environmentalists, decided to tell the world about the effects of pollution on themselves, their families and the world in ‘Slow Death by Rubber Duck’. They used their own bodies as laboratories for the experiments for this book – . . .
You can make a difference. I have just finished re-watching this TED video and would like to share it with you. If you haven’t tapped into the TED world you are in for a treat. This one made me sad and yet invigorated me to think about the future. We can’t do anything about the . . .
With record rainfalls and high humidity levels Australia wide over the last year, it’s no surprise that we have received many enquiries about issues of damp and mould in the home. Mould causes the material deterioration of buildings and is also recognized as presenting a serious health risk to occupants. The presence of mould can . . .