The Effects of Environmental Toxicants on Human Health

There has been a significant rise in the production and use of environmental chemicals in the past 50 years.  There are over 80,000 chemicals in daily use in the United States - most of them have not been studied for their effect on human health.  

A majority of these chemicals were created to improve our quality of life - but at what cost?  During this time, there has also been a rise in autoimmune conditions, cancers, neurological conditions, endocrine disorders, as well as reproductive defects and learning disorders. Coincidence? 

What can you do to protect you and your family?  You can start by educating yourself about the health impacts of environmental toxicants.