Detox Your Home

Did You Know?

► Since 1950, at least 70,000 new chemical compounds have been invented and dispersed into our environment. Only a fraction of these have been tested for human toxicity. We are, by default, conducting a massive clinical toxicology trial, and our children and their children are the experimental animals.
[Source: Herbert L. Needleman, M.D., Philip J. Landrigan, M.D., Raising Children Toxic Free]

► Developing cells in children’s bodies are more Since 1950 susceptible to damage than adult cells that have completed development, especially for the central nervous system. During the development of a child, from conception through adolescence, there are particular windows of vulnerability to environmental hazards. Most disturbing – until a child is approximately 13 months of age, they have virtually no ability to fight the biological and neurological effects of toxic chemicals. [Source: Herbert L. Needleman, M.D., Philip J. Jandrigan, M.D., Raising Toxic Free]

► Warning labels on containers refer only to toxic hazards from ingestion, however, only 10% of health problems fron chemincals are caused by ingestion. 90% are caused by the inhalation of vapors and absorption of particles.

► Out of 2,435 pesticide poisonings in a one-year period, over 40% were due to exposure to disinfectants and similar cleaning products in the home. [Source: State of California Study]

► Diseases that used to occur later in life are now appearing at your ages. Diseases that used to be rare are more frequent. For example:

  • There has been a 28% increase in childhood cancer since the addition of pesticides into household products.
  • Cancer is now the #2 killer of children – second only to accidental poisoning. Since 1977 the rate of cancer among American children has been steadily rising at a rate of nearly 1% each year. [Source: National Cancer Institute]
  • There is an increased risk for leukemia in chidlren where parents have used pesticides in the home or garden before the child’s birth. [Source: Journal of the National Cancer Institute]

 

 

That’s why we use and recommend Melaleuca Products!

If you want more information please ask me or take a tour at www.melaleuca.com

Email me at jeanbutts@sbcglobal.net for information on how to rid your home and family of toxic chemicals that may be causing skin irritaitons, allergies, asthma, or worse for you and your family. I can either order the products for you or I can sign you up with Melaleuca as a Business Executive so you earn free products and add an additional stream of income for your family!

 

Many man-made chemicals are dangerous and manufactures are not required to list them

The Federal Code of Regulations
1910.1200 Title 29
39 pages of difficult reading…
In a nutshell, it says the term “hazardous” does not include personal, family and household use.  In the same Federal Code of Regulations, 1500.82 – a bunch of legalese that allows manufacturers to get around not including toxic and hazardous chemicals on product labels for personal, family and household use.
 
These same chemical ingredients must have warning labels if used in an industrial capacity – just not on labels for products used for personal, family or household use.
 
From the books:
Is This Your Child’s World?  How You Can Fix the Schools and Homes That are Making Your Children Sick by Doris Rapp 
and
The Safe Shopper’s Bible:  A Consumer’s Guide to NonToxic Household Products by David Steinman, Samuel S. Epstein – oncologist that listed 5,000 chemicals and it’s totally legal for hazardous chemicals to be in personal and home care/cleaning products.
 
If you shop the middle aisle of your store, you have 150 toxic chemicals in the average home that are related to 80 different chronic diseases.
 
Two of the most hazardous chemicals are formaldahyde and phenols.
Ecosense products from Melaleuca.com are safer, work just as well, are earth friendly, and in some cases are even more economical.  To get your Melaleuca products or to become a Marketing Executive, contact me by leaving a comment below.
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