At just naturals, we believe that every one of us has the ability to help protect our families and the environment through education and adoption of a healthier lifestyle. We hope the following information will help our customers create a healthy home environment by learning how to avoid the most common toxic offenders.
Chemicals in the environment are a leading cause of many types of deadly cancer, central nervous system disorders, pulmonary disease and respiratory distress. Recently, environmental groups filed a lawsuit against
We can reduce our personal risk by using natural cleaning and skin care products, buying organic produce whenever possible, and thoroughly washing fruits and vegetables to remove pesticides and germs like e-coli and salmonella.
Learn more online at the Center for Disease Control & Prevention website
While environmental contaminants pose a threat to all living beings, studies have shown that the risk to children and pets is highest:
Look under your sink, and chances are you'll find an arsenal of toxins that pose a risk to your entire household's health. From disinfectants to toilet bowl cleaners, furniture polish to fabric softeners, the offenders wait patiently for you to unwittingly unleash their terror on your family and pets. We hope you'll take just a few minutes to learn about the truly harmful effects these products present, and to reconsider whether that "clean smell" is really such a desirable thing:
The list of harmful household and environmental chemicals is too extensive to include on our website, but you can find more scientific information about toxins and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) at Town Tox/National Library of Medicine.