Pesticides, herbicides and other toxic chemicals are taking their toll on the planet and on us. As much as the chemical cartel would like to make us believe their concoctions are causing more good than harm, that’s simply not true. When you consider their ties to the pharmaceutical industry, you have to wonder what if any motivation they could have to reduce our exposure to their toxic brews.
Here’s a National Geographic article worth reading:
Chemical Exposure Linked to Billions in Health Care Costs
Chemicals that can mimic or block estrogen or other hormones are commonly found in thousands of products around the world, including plastics, pesticides, furniture, and cosmetics.
“If you applied these [health care] numbers to the U.S., they would be applicable, and in some cases higher,” says Birnbaum, director of the U.S. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
The researchers detailed the costs related to three types of conditions: neurological effects, such as attention deficit disorders; obesity and diabetes; and male reproductive disorders, including infertility.
- Protect your and your family’s health by avoiding GMO pesticides and unnatural proteins.
- Make sure your drinking and cooking water is not contaminated with pesticides and nitrate from fertilizer.
- Drink organic herbal teas to help flush toxins from your system.
As shocking as it may be, this is the green reality!