Endocrine disruptors—they’re everywhere. With a few simple swaps you can give your endocrine system the toxic vacation it needs to support your hormonal health along with the rest of you.
The FDA recently banned triclosan in antibacterial soaps, but it still lurks in many personal care products.
Coconut oil is great to cook with, but did you know it can polish your furniture, soothe bug bites, and more?
Understanding the ingredients in personal care products can become so overwhelming and confusing we tend to shut down. It leaves us with so much information that we cannot possibly control or even begin to live by. You don’t have to be perfect. You can start to make simple changes in your daily life to reduce… Read more »
This list was taken from my book REVIVE: Stop Feeling Spent and Start Living Again (2009) (previously called SPENT) DEA (Diethanolamine), MEA (Monoethanolamine), TEA (Triethanolamine) These three chemicals are hormone-disrupting chemicals that can form cancer-causing agents — research indicates a strong link to liver and kidney cancer. They are commonly found in shampoos, soaps, bubble… Read more »
1. Why are you so concerned about the chemicals in our personal care products? According to the Environmental Working Group, the average American is exposed to more than a hundred different chemicals from personal-care products every day. We use multiple personal care products—from shampoo to deodorant, lotion to make-up—that contain chemical ingredients that are absorbed… Read more »