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12 Simple Steps For A Healthy Home Environment

You may be sick of being sick or your family being sick, perhaps you want to lose some weight, have more energy and feel younger, or you just want to maintain your health? More and more children have asthma, allergies, ADHD, digestive disorders, diabetes, even heart problems and cancer … and they don’t have to! More and more people have more and more chronic illnesses than ever before.

More and more people are looking to have a healthier home, so we wanted to bring 12 days steps to your attention. Manufacturers of products used in the various rooms around the home are often untruthful in their marketing claims. The Savvy Team  recommend a company that takes extra steps to make sure their ingredients are free of potentially worrisome ingredients.

Some companies produce products that claim to be “gentle” or “natural,” but since the government does not require any safety testing whats-so-ever, personal care product manufacturers can use almost any chemical they want, regardless of risks. Samuel Epstein once asked us, “Are you even aware that Australia has no regulations concerning the safety of ingredients in the products we use in the home?”

We were horrified that this was happening. Thankfully the media is bring this issue to the public attention – but even so, it’s hard to sort the ‘wheat from the chaff’ so to speak. If you want to find the safest products on the planet – make sure you contact whoever sent you to this site. The Savvy team are there to support you in your wellness journey, and many doctor’s and researchers are now saying YOU CAN take control of your health! Read More

WHO Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals Report – 2012

4 Key Factors Affecting Your Health

  1. EDCs, both from within and outside the home have been contaminating the world via the natural flow of air and water around the globe for many decades.
  2. Exposure to EDCs plays a role in the proliferation of reproductive problems, endocrine-related cancers, asthma, infections, obesity, diabetes, and behavioral and learning disorders, including attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  3. EDC activity is not uniform: they have very different properties, sources, and fates in the environment. The additives and process chemicals are not traceable, they include the unknown by-products of manufacture, the toxicants resulting from the transformation of chemicals after their release into the environment, and the contamination before use resulting from the combination of chemicals within the container, as well as the outgassing from the container itself. All these are known risks, yet are unable to be measured
  4. The focus of research has shifted from investigating adult exposure vs disease outcomes to examining developmental (in utero and the first years of life) exposure as the most appropriate approach for endocrine-related diseases/disorders.

The findings show these known and unknown pollutants can create things such as increased infections, asthma, obesity, diabetes, and behavioral and learning disorders, including attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This revealing 2013 WHO/UNEP Report [message us if you’d like a copy] has proven that environmental and household EDCs play a much larger than realised role in the proliferation of male and female reproductive problems.

But that’s not all!

These EDCs are strongly linked to the cause of endocrine-related cancers. And this disruption may come from everyday products in your home, as seemingly innocuous as what you purchase for household care, personal care, or your cosmetic products. “Give me the gist of the findings, let me know how I’m being affected, cut to the chase“,  you may be saying.

So here are some of the latest on these 4 Key Factors Affecting Your Health ….. Read More