Switching to less toxic products is getting more and more popular but non-toxic living shouldn’t be all or nothing. Toxic load— how many toxins are in your body at any...
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When "hormone-disrupting chemicals" come to mind, food is one of the more obvious culprits. Luckily, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) has made our lives a little bit easier by putting together a...
In the United States, water utilities are legally required to produce a water quality report by July 1st of each year. These reports aren’t perfect. There are quite a few...
One of the cool things about cleaning products is that the majority of them have similar ingredients. This means that if you get a few products that you purchase to...
Menstrual products like tampons and pads can contain harmful chemicals like dioxin, which is a known, and banned, hormone disruptor. The issue is, dioxin residue is still found in these...
Hormonal birth control contains synthetic hormones that are designed to disrupt our normal hormone function to avoid pregnancy. Even though they are known hormone disruptors, they typically are not mentioned...
Plastic is complicated. There’s 7 different types, (yep, that’s what the number etched inside the mobius loop is all about) and some are better than others. Aside from plastics questionable effects on...
What your skin comes into contact with is just as important as what you eat and drink. That's why it's imperative to find clean beauty products to keep away hormone-disrupting chemicals....