Toxic overload is a ‘hot’ subject for many in the health industry. Though this book was written in 2005, it is still relevant. There are more chemicals available today that have not been tested for toxicity. These chemicals are in our cleaners. They are in our personal care products. And, they are even in our food supply!
Contrary to popular belief, not all sickness or disease is hereditary. Are you aware that most disease can be prevented? Education is the key to knowledge.
This book is an excellent place to start. It consists of two parts:
I. Beating Toxic Overload
We live in a polluted world. However, there are steps we can take to make it safer and healthier. Let’s start at home. We all want a clean home. Our kids and pets walk and/or crawl on the floors. What chemicals are in those cleaners? What are the warnings? Are they even safe to breathe? What do you use to wash dishes? Did you know the residue stays on the cups, plates and silverware to be ingested later?
What about what may be in your laundry products? That stuff is in the sheets, on the towels, in the clothes we wear. Not only are those chemicals on our skin all day and night, but the fumes are in our noses as well.
Then, there’s the water. Second only to air, it’s important for our survival. It also flushes toxins from our bodies. Do you have a good water purifier? I don’t even buy water because I’m not certain it’s pure. There would be more plastic going into the landfill. That isn’t good for the environment. You can check out what I use to see if it’s something that would benefit your family. The video is an eye-opener.
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II. The Chemical Connection to Chronic Illness
Are you interested in learning more about toxic overload? The overload is because of the chemicals we use or ingest every day? Maybe you know someone who has been affected? Following are the chapter titles only.
- Immune System Diseases.
- Neurological Disorders.
- Digestive Disorders.
- Hormonal Imbalances.
- Cardiovascular Diseases.
- Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.
- Obesity and Musculoskeletal Disorders.
- Childhood Disorders.
I hope you will invest in your health and get Toxic Overload for yourself and even as a gift for a loved one. It could make a huge impact.
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PS. Did you find Toxic Overload and What To Do helpful? Let me know how in the comments below.
PPS. I recommend Toxic Overload by Paula Baille-Hamilton, M.D., PhD. to anyone concerned about their health and learning how they can prevent disease. Please share this post with those you care about. Together we can help more people and create a healthier environment.