Are chemicals you use to clean your home ending up in your gut?
Over the last 50 years, 100,000 different chemicals have been introduced into the world‘s markets, and 1,500 new ones are added each year. Many everyday household items have now turned into dangerously toxic products.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has demanded that food companies eliminate trans-fatty acids from our food supply. These trans fats are used in cheap and processed snack foods and are responsible for over half a million deaths worldwide, every year.
Most people have toxic products linked to cancer in every corner of their homes, often without even realizing it. It’s not like the labels of these products all have a huge warning sign that reads, “I can cause cancer!”
Studies show antiseptic ingredients in personal care products and household cleaners disrupt a cell’s ability to make energy and may cause reproductive harm.
Laboratory testing of 10 varieties of macaroni and cheese products has revealed toxic industrial chemicals (known as phthalates) in the cheese powders of all of the tested items.
Regardless of the marketing message that’s fed to consumers, Tom’s of Maine products contain some very questionable ingredients and may not be as “natural” as you think.