If you were given an opportunity to change your life by improving your health today, would you consider it?
endocrine disruptors and your
~food for thought ~
Shampoos, deodorants, lotions, creams, colognes, cosmetics, air fresheners, laundry detergents, dish soaps, cleaning supplies and the list goes on...
What do all these have in common? they are basic, everyday products found in the average household, not only the United States, but across the globe. Unfortunately, not many have been educated on the toxins, chemicals and endocrine disruptors found in these products and the danger they pose to your health.
According to the Environmental Working Group (ewg)https://www.ewg.org/, personal care products have approximately 126 chemical ingredients (1).
Don't even get me started on the staggering number of chemical found in the umbilical cord of newborns (2).
Do your homework, educate yourself, empower yourself and others to live healthier lives!
"Your body is blank canvas, choose wisely what you put into it"
Use this not that!
Bioaccumulation is “when a harmful substance gets absorbed by an organism (your body) at a higher rate than it can be excreted.” When we are constantly exposing our bodies to the harmful chemicals found in our everyday use products these are accumulating at a faster rate than our bodies can get rid of them. We can oftentimes be exposed to up to 300 different chemicals a day, and most of us don’t even realize it! How can your body thrive when it is exposed to so many toxins?
Consider making the switch! Start slow . . . identify those products you use most often and use the Young Living product instead that is infused with essential oils and is actually working with your body to support your overall health and wellness!
not all oils are created equal
staying above the wellness line
"Those who walk this path will continually experience positive results. We cannot make a significant change by using healthy products occasionally. We need to use them every day in our home, on our bodies, everywhere" Dr. Oliver Wenker, MD, MBA, DEAA, ABAARAM