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Toxic Chemicals

Health and fitness expert Paul Chek deconstructs humanity's battle with the toxic food industry in eye-opening video lecture


Paul Chek is one of the most brilliant and well-informed experts on advanced fitness and nutrition topics alive today. His work, showcased at www.ChekInstitute.com has helped millions. Now, Chek tackles the reality that the global food supply is deliberately engineered to promote death and disease rather than nourishment. Click here to watch the video on YouTube now.

This is the weekend you quit smoking!


What if you could look back at a particular day, or say a weekend, and remember that it was the weekend you quit that awful habit of inhaling chemicals. What if you could name the day, the time, even the minute when you learned exactly how to quit and you did it? Would that not be a moment to remember forever, the weekend you extended your life by 10 to 20 years?

Strontium, PFOA and toxic chemicals found in one-third of U.S. water supply


You may want to think twice before further drinking or even bathing in unfiltered tap water, as a new report set to be published next year has found that a striking percentage of the U.S. water supply is contaminated with heavy metals, pesticides and other toxic chemicals. Researchers from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found that an astounding one-third of U.S. water systems contain traces of at least 18 unregulated and potentially hazardous contaminants, many of which are linked to causing endocrine disruption and cancer.

Three DIY antiperspirant alternatives


Are you concerned about potentially harmful and toxic ingredients in regular antiperspirants? These controversial and virtually essential products often contain fragrances which can cause skin irritation as well as aluminum, preservatives and parabens, which are known carcinogens. A carcinogen is any substance that is capable of causing or promoting cancer. Food Matters urges people to understand that antiperspirants are in fact over-the-counter (OTC) drugs that are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Therefore, consumers should be made aware of potential long- and short-term side effects associated with the use of antiperspirants, just like any other OTC drug. Such awareness will allow consumers to take necessary precautions in protecting their own health.

Polluting The Water With Toothpaste, Shampoo, And Drugs


Jen Coleman, an outreach director for the Oregon Environmental Council is at Sohm’s house to help. Armed with a list of chemicals that have toxic effects on people and the environment, Coleman digs through cabinets, checks ingredient lists and compares them with contaminants that have been found in local waterways.


BPA-Free Products Still Contain Bisphenols of Equal Toxicity

Just when you thought you'd learned everything there was to learn about how to avoid bisphenol-A (BPA), the endocrine-disrupting plastics chemical, new research shows that there's more hormone-disrupting bisphenols around you than you probably thought.

Investigation: Two Years After the BP Spill, A Hidden Health Crisis Festers

On March 3 Nicole Maurer learned of the proposed settlement between BP and hundreds of thousands of Gulf Coast businesses and residents harmed by its 2010 oil spill, the largest in US history.