The Clean Label Project recently tested 134 of America’s best selling animal-derived and plant-based protein powders for heavy metals, pesticides, BPA/BPS, residual solvents, mycotoxins, and antibiotics. Many animal-derived and plant-based protein powders were found to have significant levels of contaminants.
New research finds evidence of a link between use of certain hair products, such as dyes and relaxers, and raised risk of breast cancer in women.
Consumer Reports recently tested over 80 different processed foods with corn or soy ingredients to see if they contain GMOs. This included popular breakfast cereals, bars, corn chips, corn tortillas, baking mixes and flours, meat substitutes, soy “dairy” products, and tofu/tempeh products. Read the post to see the surprising results.
An important aspect of preventing and healing cancer is to reduce your body’s toxic load.
But many of us are unknowingly poisoning and polluting ourselves with what we put IN and ON our bodies. The less toxins your body absorbs, the less work it has to do to detoxify. Make sense?
An often overlooked source of chemical toxins are in the body care products we use daily: soap, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, make-up, lotion, toothpaste… believe me, it all adds up.
Today’s post is a guest blog from my friend and fellow natural survivor Cortney Cambell of
Anticancer Mom. I asked her to share her clean green beauty routine and favorite non-toxic personal care products, and she said yes, because she’s awesome.
Back in like ’97 or ’98 my friend Brad Stanfill showed me one of the most beautiful and powerful documentaries I’ve ever seen. It contained no words, and words really cannot describe it.
Earlier this year a 6 minute clip from that film started circulating around social media and I was reminded of its brilliance.
This clip will change you.