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Do Natural and DIY Tea Tree Oil Cleaning Products Disinfect as Well as Bleach?
 
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What’s the best household cleaning product to use? Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at https://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free recipe from his new HOW NOT TO DIE COOKBOOK. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from his books, DVDs, and speaking directly support NutritionFacts.org). Isn’t that neat? I ran across this body of work while I was studying tea tree oil. I don’t think any of the other tea tree oil videos are up yet, but stay tuned! How else might we protect our airways? Check out: • Preventing Asthma With Fruits and Vegetables (https://nutritionfacts.org/video/preventing-asthma-with-fruits-and-vegetables/) • Treating Asthma With Fruits and Vegetables (https://nutritionfacts.org/video/treating-asthma-with-fruits-and-vegetables/) • Treating Asthma With Plants vs. Supplements? (https://nutritionfacts.org/video/treating-asthma-with-plants-vs-supplements/) • Treating Asthma and Eczema with Plant-based Diets (https://nutritionfacts.org/video/treating-asthma-and-eczema-with-plant-based-diets/) • Vitamin D for Asthma (https://nutritionfacts.org/video/vitamin-D-for-asthma) • How to Treat Asthma with a Low Salt Diet (https://nutritionfacts.org/video/How-to-Treat-Asthma-with-a-Low-Salt-Diet) • How to Counter the Effects of Air Pollution (https://nutritionfacts.org/video/How-to-Counter-the-Effects-of-Air-Pollution) Have a question about this video? Leave it in the comment section at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/do-natural-and-diy-tea-tree-oil-cleaning-products-disinfect-as-well-as-bleach and someone on the NutritionFacts.org team will try to answer it. Want to get a list of links to all the scientific sources used in this video? Click on Sources Cited at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/do-natural-and-diy-tea-tree-oil-cleaning-products-disinfect-as-well-as-bleach. You’ll also find a transcript and acknowledgments for the video, my blog and speaking tour schedule, and an easy way to search (by translated language even) through our videos spanning more than 2,000 health topics. If you’d rather watch these videos on YouTube, subscribe to my YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nutritionfactsorg Thanks for watching. I hope you’ll join in the evidence-based nutrition revolution! -Michael Greger, MD FACLM Captions for this video are available in several languages. To find yours, click on the settings wheel on the lower-right of the video and then "Subtitles/CC." http://www.NutritionFacts.org • Subscribe: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/subscribe • Donate: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/donate • HOW NOT TO DIE: http://nutritionfacts.org/book • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nutrition_facts • Instagram: http://instagram.com/nutrition_facts_org/ • Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NutritionfactsOrgMD • Podcast : http://nutritionfacts.org/audio/
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The 5 most TOXIC cleaners in your home and safe DIY alternatives!
 
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Maker's Cleaning Cloths: http://MakersClean.com WANT MORE DIY CLEANING RECIPES? CHECK OUT MY BOOK: http://amzn.to/2ovSRZw 5 DIY Recipes to Replace Toxic Cleaners in Your Home! Many of you comment about not wanting to use toxic cleaning products in your home - and for obvious reasons - they smell, are dangerous to have around the house, and the DIY alternatives are safer and in most cases, just as effective. Here are 5 of the very worst offenders for toxic cleaners and how to make homemade versions for a more enjoyable cleaning experience! ** Drain Cleaner ** Commercial drain cleaners are among the most dangerous of all cleaning products. Most contain corrosive ingredients such as sodium hydroxide and sodium hypochlorite (bleach) that can permanently burn eyes and skin. Many can be fatal if ingested. Here's a DIY Drain Cleaner: 1 Cup Salt 1 Cup Baking Soda 1/4 Cup cream of tartar Mix in a bowl. Using 1/4 cup of the mixture at a time, pour it down the drain followed by 2 cups of boiling water. Wait at least one minute before repeating The boiling water changes the chemical composition of the ingredients and makes it strong enough to eat through grease and grime. This method may take few tries, but it often does the trick! ** Toilet Bowl Cleaner (Can also be used in the shower/tub) ** The corrosive ingredients in toilet bowl cleaners are severe eye, skin and respiratory irritants. Some toilet bowl cleaners contain sulfates, which may trigger asthma attacks in those with asthma and sodium hypochlorite (bleach) which can irritate lungs and burn eyes, skin. Here's a DIY Toilet Bowl Cleaner: 1/2 cup baking soda 1/2 cup water 1/4 cup dish soap 1/4 hydrogen peroxide 15 drops tea tree oil ** Oven Cleaner ** One of the primary ingredients in oven cleaner is Sodium Hydroxide, more commonly known as Lye. If you remember that scene from Fight Club, then you know what this stuff can do to human skin. Hint - nothing good! Here's a DIY Oven Cleaner: 1 cup baking soda 4 tablespoons dish soap 1/2 cup vinegar 15 drops (sweet) orange essential oil - GREAT DEGREASER Make a heavy paste, leave for several hours or overnight, wipe up with clean water. ** Degreaser ** Much like oven cleaner degreasers contain a variety of potentially harmful chemicals which when inhaled can have serious side effects. Here's a DIY Degreaser: 1/2 cup baking soda 1/4 cup dish soap 20 drops sweet orange EO ** Bleach ** Bleach is a highly toxic and dangerous chemical. Bleach causes respiratory problems and the fumes should never be inhaled. Bleach can also burn the skin. Here's a DIY Bleach: 1/4 cup lemon juice 1 cup 3% hydrogen peroxide 3/4 cup washing soda water FIND OUT MORE IN MY BOOK! http://amzn.to/2ovSRZw COMMENT QUESTION: WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE DIY CLEANING RECIPE? Subscribe for a Cleaner Life! http://bit.ly/CleanMySpaceYT *** FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM! *** Melissa: http://bit.ly/MelissaMakerInstagram Chad: http://bit.ly/TheChadReynoldsInstagram Clean My Space: http://bit.ly/CleanMySpaceIG *** START YOUR JOURNEY TO A CLEANER LIFE! *** YouTube: http://bit.ly/CleanMySpaceYT Blog: http://bit.ly/JoinOurSpace20 Maker's Microfibre Cloths: http://www.MakersClean.com Facebook: http://bit.ly/CleanMySpaceFB Pinterest: http://bit.ly/CleanMySpacePinterest Melissa's Channel: http://bit.ly/MelissaMaker Chad's Channel: http://bit.ly/CheckYourLevels *** HOME PRODUCTS WE LOVE *** Vacuum Dyson V6 Absolute: http://amzn.to/2agXtQ4 Cleaning Caddy: http://amzn.to/2auzGL3 Essential Oils: http://amzn.to/2akh6SX Barkeepers Friend: http://amzn.to/2agXOlS Spray Bottles: http://amzn.to/2agY6Jn Tide Free & Gentle Detergent: http://amzn.to/2aHw5J3 Dr. Bronner's Castile Soap: http://amzn.to/2akhKj8 Cascade Dishwasher Detergent: http://amzn.to/2akhi4H Oxo Squeegee: http://amzn.to/2awGmbP
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Work-Related Asthma: Exposure to Cleaning Products and Disinfectants
 
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) describes work-related asthma (occupational asthma) as a lung disease caused or made worse by exposures to substances in the workplace. Common exposures include chemicals, dust, mold, animals and plants. Exposure can occur from both inhalation (breathing) and skin contact. Asthma symptoms may start at work or within several hours after leaving work and may occur with no clear pattern. People who never had asthma can develop asthma due to workplace exposures. People who have had asthma for years may find that their condition worsens due to workplace exposures. Both of these situations are considered work-related asthma. Occupational exposures to cleaning products and disinfectants have been linked to work-related asthma. The Occupational Health Branch of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has published information on this important topic for employers and employees. The agency’s Work-Related Asthma Prevention Program reports that it has found that nearly 10% of all work-related asthma cases were caused by exposure to cleaning products. Most of these cases had new asthma that started only after they began work — the exposures caused their asthma. About one in five people (almost 20%) used cleaning products directly, such as janitors. The other 80% of workers attributed their asthma symptoms to cleaning products used nearby. Regarding disinfectants and sanitizers, the agency also reports that some ingredients found in these products can trigger work-related asthma in addition to also causing new asthma. They suggest, “Avoiding ingredients that can cause asthma, like bleach (sodium hypochlorite), quaternary ammonium compounds (benzalkonium chlorides), and glutaraldehyde will help prevent people from getting asthma.” These are just a few things to know about occupational exposures to cleaning products and disinfectants and their association with work-related asthma. To learn more about this or other indoor air quality, environmental, health or safety issues, please visit the websites shown below. Clark Seif Clark http://www.csceng.com EMSL Analytical, Inc. http://www.emsl.com LA Testing http://www.latesting.com Zimmetry Environmental http://www.zimmetry.com
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Spring Cleaning for Allergies and Asthma - Maid Brigade
 
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Spring Cleaning: If you have someone in your household who suffers asthma or allergy attacks, these 5 key areas of your home need special attention.
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DIY Natural Cleaning Solution Recipe / All-Natural Cleaning / Asthma Friendly
 
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Sharing my favorite SIMPLE natural cleaner recipe! You can make this cleaner for a fraction of the cost of regular cleaning solutions and it is asthma-friendly, allergy-friendly, and safe for your family! This recipe is quick and simple. Whip up a batch in just 5 minutes and your house will smell and look amazing! -- Products: Castile Soap: https://amzn.to/2GLeuSI YL Essential Oils: https://goo.gl/uhSgLb Clear Glass Spray Bottles: https://amzn.to/2GLeuSI -- See some quick and easy Recipes for Busy Working Moms here: https://goo.gl/R8tB41 Get to know me: watch my Channel Intro here! https://goo.gl/Bd1AaX -- 📧 *Lets Keep in Touch!* 📧 🐝 Email me: tiffanyleetv@gmail.com 🐝 Instagram: tiffanylee.tv 🐝 Twitter: www.twitter.com/tiffanyleetv
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Oprah Earth Day  features Shaklee non toxic cleaning products
 
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http://nontoxiccleaningproducts.preventearlychildhoodillness.com Oprah featured the non toxic household cleaning products of Shaklee. Oprah shared the story of Sloan and Roger Barnett, and their young son's childhood illness, cured by switching to Shaklee non toxic cleaning products. When their child became sick with respiratory problems all research indicated childhood asthma. No family history for this childhood illness indicated environmental causes. Sloan and Roger Barnett found a company with a commitment to non toxic environmentally safe products. They began using the non toxic household cleaning products, as well as the environmentall safe, non toxic laundry and dish washing products. Their son's respiratory problems vanished. Roger Barnett was so impressed with the quality and purity of the Shaklee product line, and the company's Earth friendly philosophy that he bought to company! Preventing early childhood illness begins in the home, so using products from a company committed to non toxic, biodegradable products, natural health supplements & skin-care products makes sense.
Views: 1158 HealthyGreenHome
The Dirty Truth About Toxic Cleaning Products
 
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Read the report: http://www.environmentaldefence.ca/dirtytruth. Did you know that popular cleaning products are adding to indoor air pollution in Canadian homes? In a first-of-its-kind study, Environmental Defence tested the impact of cleaning products on indoor air quality. In all 14 studied households, levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) went up during cleaning. VOCs are a group of chemicals that have been linked to serious health problems like asthma and can impact fetal development. The problem: Lack of clear labelling rules means that consumers don’t know what’s in the cleaning products they buy. At the same time, promised federal regulations for VOC concentration limits in consumer products have been delayed for undisclosed reasons. We need government and industry to clean up their act and make cleaning products safer.
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Cleaning With Certified Asthma & Allergy Friendly™ Products - Designing Spaces
 
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Asthma and allergies affect 1 out of every 4 people. And they impact 1 out of every 3 households. Designing Spaces sits down with Michelle Cassalia from the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America to discuss solutions for reducing asthma and allergy triggers in your home. First, Michelle explains how the foundation is helping people who suffer from asthma and allergies, including providing practical allergy information and tools to families, patients, parents, healthcare providers and policymakers. Michelle also discusses actions you can take to help keep the exposure to asthma triggers at a minimum, including vacuums and cleaning products that help reduce dust and other allergens in the home, from the living room to the bedrooms. People with asthma and allergies can live in healthier homes just by making a few cleaning-routine changes. Visit: http://www.designingspaces.tv Like: https://www.facebook.com/DSpacesTV Follow: https://twitter.com/DSpacesTV #DesigningSpaces 102397
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Controlling Allergens with Clean Spaces - Designing Spaces
 
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In this special episode of Designing Spaces, we look at allergies and asthma in the home, and what you can do for members of your family with allergies. Asthma and allergies affect millions of Americans. Today, we present three stories that show homeowners how they can reduce allergens in the home that trigger reactions like asthma. First, we discuss basic home cleaning procedures and what can be done to keep a home clean, from cleaning floors and surfaces to proper bedding for those with allergies and asthma. Then we look at how professional carpet cleaning can remove many deeply ground in allergens, and should be done on a semi-regular basis. Then our third story looks at the day to day week to week cleaning and dusting, by using a qualified HEPA type of vacuum cleaner. With these three topics, viewers should have a very good handle on how to reduce asthma triggers and allergens at home. Visit: http://www.designingspaces.tv Like: https://www.facebook.com/DSpacesTV Follow: https://twitter.com/DSpacesTV #DesigningSpaces DS8264
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Oprah- The real dangers of household cleaners
 
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http://melissacoughlin.myshaklee.com Household cleaners do more than just clean; they are dangerous for your health. Exposure to toxic household cleaners negatively impacts the health of you, your family and the environment. 9 out of 10 poison exposures are suspected to be from household products. 81,000 is the number of registered chemicals, only a fraction of which have been tested for human health concerns. Get clean products are safe, green and effective. Small changes make a big difference!! Educate yourself!!
Views: 49774 Melissa Michaels
Our Natural Cleaning Products!
 
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Over the past few years I have tried many different natural cleaners and cleaner recipes, and these are the products and recipes that have worked the best so far! My Bath Bomb Video: https://youtu.be/PHUgHDRZ0Rg - PRODUCT LINKS - Azure Standard Website (where I get my 5 gallon buckets of stuff & pumps, coconut oil, and bulk baking soda and other ingredients): https://www.azurestandard.com/?a_aid=TMoX6vV2vz 16oz Amber Glass Spray Bottles: http://amzn.to/2H5rttZ Dishwasher Tablets: http://amzn.to/2oHv6yF Dish Soap: http://amzn.to/2ta0lIi Rinse Aid: http://amzn.to/2CRLmCi Soy Lube: http://amzn.to/2FGnWCZ Edens Garden Cleaning Blend: https://www.edensgarden.com/products/cleaning-blend * The Amazon and Azure Standard links are affiliate links, but this comes at no extra cost to you. Please see my About section for the full disclaimer. :) * - Where I Found My Recipes - Toilet Cleaner: https://livesimply.me/2015/04/27/diy-toilet-bowl-cleaner/ Toilet Fizzies: https://wellnessmama.com/23600/toilet-cleaning-fizzies/ Multi-Surface Cleaner: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SafeUseEdensGardenEssentialOils/ Mattress Spray: https://pinterest.com/pin/498562621231688783/?source_app=android
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Asthma and Chemicals:  Toxic Homes and Children
 
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http://www.facebook.com/AntiAgingByDesign Asthma symptoms can improve if your home is a chemical free environment where your children are not breathing toxic air.
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How to prevent chemicals that cause Asthma | Eco Diva
 
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Bleach has been researched to cause Asthma. What can you do about it? Keep watching to find out! --- Hi, I’m Eco Diva and I’m on a mission to help you super-clean your home and be kind to the planet. Find out more about Eco Diva and products at http://www.ecodiva.co.uk Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/EcoDivaUK Thank you for watching!
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Top 5 Natural DIY cleaning NON-TOXIC products Every Home Needs.
 
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In the US, for example, one in three people suffer from allergies, asthma, sinusitis, or bronchitis (US National Center for Health Statistics). Some cleaning chemicals are allergy and asthma triggers, so treatment for these conditions should include reducing synthetic chemicals in the home environment. Yet the federal government doesn’t require cleaning product manufacturers to list ingredients on their products. This makes choosing healthier products difficult for consumers. Share with your friends.👍🏼 Subscribe to Top 5 Hub Crafts here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLe0Q3y9M_pjtxNovmci5NQ DIY tricks to make your life MUCH easier l TOP 5 HUB CRAFTS NOTE: This video is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal for financial advice. Please consult an attorney or certified financial planner who will put your interests before theirs. #NaturalCleaning #DIYcleaningproducts #FamilyFriendly For More Of Our Videos Visit: ► Top 5 Insanely Delicious Cheap Food Ideas for LUNCH & DINNER Crowd Friendly Parties: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjpq0OpKasg ► Top 5 Life-Hacking Gadgets and Accessories You'll Regret Not Buying Sooner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzLWTI4Lc20 ► Top 5 Essential Easy Ways to Save MONEY and Increase your Savings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7S9Ytp22zc
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Need to Know: Cleaning Asthma
 
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Cleaning products linked to asthma?
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Allergy Asthma Clean
 
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A line of safe household cleaners designed for people who suffer from allergies and asthma
Air Freshener Dangers & The Best Natural Alternatives
 
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Find more information about air fresheners and the dangers of synthetic scents on my website here: https://draxe.com/dangers-synthetic-scents/?utm_campaign=Live-Mar-2018&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube&utm_term=dangersofsyntheticscents Air fresheners wreck indoor air quality and are a cocktail of harmful and artificial chemicals and fragrances. The chemicals used in most air fresheners are linked to cancer, asthma, headaches and more. In this episode of Ancient Medicine Today, I discuss the natural air freshener options to freshen up unpleasant odors. If you use conventional air fresheners such as scented plug-ins, scented candles or car vent fresheners, tune in to find the natural alternatives. --------------------------------------------------------------- Dr. Axe is on a mission to transform the health of millions all across America with the belief that Food is Medicine. Dr. Josh Axe is a certified nutrition specialist, a natural medicine expert, a licensed chiropractor and specializes in functional medicine. Subscribe to my channel for more natural health remedies! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrJoshAxe/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drjoshaxe/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/draxe/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/drjoshaxe --------------------------------------------------------------- Want more? Sign up to get the Dr. Axe Food Is Medicine e-newsletter, sent out a few times a week: https://draxe.com/subscribe-to-newsletter/ *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
Views: 35362 Dr. Josh Axe
Household Cleaners Causing Health Problems
 
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A report by a coalition of Massachusetts health organizations points blame at common household cleaners for a variety of health problems, including asthma.
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Most Toxic Cleaning Products
 
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Most Toxic Cleaning Products Do you know which household cleaning products are the most hazardous to your child’s health? Well, two of the most dangerous cleaning products are drain cleaners and furniture polish: Drain cleaners are incredibly hazardous to toddlers to kids from about the age of one to the age of four, because if a child in that age should drink a drain cleaner it can cause terrible, terrible scarring of the esophagus that can require multiple bouts of surgery to correct. Furniture polish because it's oil based. It is very dangerous because if a child swallows it, it moves into the lungs and can cause chemical pneumonia which can very difficult to treat. So I always tell parents that those are two chemicals that if you can live without them, live without them and if you must have them, keep them very, very safely locked up. Cleaning products in general can be hazardous to kids If they contain volatile solvents like some of the products that people use to clean up stains, have benzene or perchlorethylene, trichloroethylene, which create vapors in the homes which are toxic to kids, that can cause injury to the brain and nervous system. So it's best to stay away from solvent based cleaners and to the extent that people can go to the new generation of organic cleaners that are free of solvents I think it's good advice.
Views: 1350 Health News
Ditch Toxic Cleaning Products With 1 Essential Oil
 
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Ingredients of many household cleaners have been linked to cancer, asthma, hormone disruption and reproductive disorders and they can trigger allergies and respiratory problems. You don’t want to expose your kiddies to that do you? It’s so easy to make your own cleaning spray using Lemon Essential Oil. GET THE OIL NOW http://bit.ly/getyouroil Or if you want to learn more about oils BOOK A FREE CHAT WITH ME at: http://bit.ly/chattosim
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Dangers Of Cleaning Products For Kids||0161 408 2691|Domestic House Cleaners Manchester
 
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Dangers of cleaning products for kids with the best Domestic House Cleaners in Manchester http://stericlean.co.uk click to find out how you can get one hour of cleaning FREE WITH SAFE PRODUCTS THAT DO NOT CAUSE OR AGGRAVATE ASTHMA High exposure to everyday cleaning products could cause asthma http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1e5pMO6S0U Experts behind the study, which looked at more than 7,000 families and is published in the European Respiratory Journal, are uncertain about which chemicals are to blame, although previous research suggests fumes called volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, could be responsible. He said small children coming from cleaner homes might be more likely to develop asthma. "We think that is perhaps due to irritant effects of the chemicals on the child after birth, which may cause inflammation of the airways leading to development of asthma," he said. Call Domestic House Cleaners Manchester|0161 408 2691 Because we don't use chemicals in our cleaning products so you are safe and avoid the dangers of cleaning products for kids The investigators used baseline data from the first phase of the European Community Respiratory Health Survey (ECRHS I), one of the world's largest epidemiologic studies of airway disease, and interviews conducted in the follow-up phase, ECRHS II. Altogether, the study included more than 3,500 subjects across 22 centers in 10 European countries. Subjects were assessed for current asthma, current wheeze, physician-diagnosed asthma and allergy at follow-up, which took place an average of nine years after their first assessment. They were also asked to report the number of times per week they used cleaning products. The risk of developing asthma increased with frequency of cleaning and number of different sprays used, but on average was about thirty to fifty percent higher in people regularly exposed to cleaning sprays than in others. The researchers found that cleaning sprays, especially air fresheners, furniture cleaners and glass-cleaners, had a particularly strong effect. Call Domestic House Cleaners Manchester|0161 408 2691|Can Cleaning Products Cause Asthma? We protect you and your family as well as keeping your home spotlessly clean and avoiding the dangers of cleaning produtcs for kids CDC surveys have detected a dramatic increase in childhood asthma across the country in the span of just a few decades. At present, nearly 1 in 10 children (9.3 percent) has asthma in the U.S. (CDC 2008), up from 7.5 percent in 1996, and just 3.6 percent in 1980 (CDC 2006). In California, one in six children will develop asthma at some point during childhood or adolescence (Babey 2006). Childhood asthma is more common among African-American, Latino, and low income communities (CDC 2006; Babey 2007; Meng 2007). Hospitalization rates for asthma are at historically high levels, mirroring the documented trends in asthma prevalence (CDC 2006). Many ingredients in conventional cleaning supplies cause asthma in previously healthy people, according to the Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics (AOEC), the leading international body concerned with the link between chemical exposures and asthma. For safer cleaning call Domestic House Cleaners Manchester|0161 408 2691|Can Cleaning Products Cause Asthma and find out more about dangers of cleaning products for kids Some people who work as professional cleaners have developed occupational asthma by becoming sensitized to specialised ingredients used in products for cleaning hospitals etc. Many of these ingredients have now been superseded or exposure has been controlled such that risks are minimised or avoided. Such potentially sensitizing ingredients are not used in products you buy to clean your home. It's also clear that some cleaners who develop occupational asthma, maybe the majority, have in fact become sensitized to substances in the place they are cleaning, including mould, rather than to anything in a product. Call Domestic House Cleaners Manchester|0161 408 2691|Can Cleaning Products Cause Asthma? To find out more about dangers of cleaning products for kids We only use the best cleaning products that are safe enough for your child to use The annual direct medical cost of asthma in both children and adults is estimated at $37 billion nationwide (Kamble 2009). The indirect costs for an individual child are difficult to quantify, but encompass impacts on a child's education and well-being from asthma caused or triggered by cleaning products. And asthma is just one of many long-term health consequences associated with cleaning product chemicals. Domestic House Cleaners Manchester|0161 408 2691|Can Cleaning Products Cause Asthma? Dangers of cleaning products for kids http://stericlean.co.uk click to find out how you can get one hour of cleaning FREE WITH SAFE PRODUCTS THAT DO NOT CAUSE OR AGGRAVATE ASTHMA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1e5pMO6S0U
Danger in the Home Household Cleaners are Dangerous
 
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Knowledge is Power!! National Cancer Association released results of a 15 year study concluding that women who work in the home are at a 54% higher risk of developing cancer than women who work outside the home. Since 1980, asthma has increased by 600%. The Canadian Lung Association and the Asthma Society of Canada identifies common household cleaners and cosmetics as triggers. "Over 150 chemicals commonly found in homes have been linked to allergies, birth defects, cancer and psychological abnormalities." - Consumer Product Safety Commission There are many more statements but too much for me to list. email me
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Benefits of Green Cleaning Supplies | Green Living
 
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Watch more Green Living Guide videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/514777-Benefits-of-Green-Cleaning-Supplies-Green-Living Hi, Lee from Ember Living. Many of you have asked, "Why should you use green cleaning supplies?" There's a number of reasons you should use green cleaning supplies. A lot of the chemicals that are used in traditional cleaning supplies are irritating to your eyes and your skin, but most importantly to your lungs. And when you think about cleaning supplies, a lot of cleaning supplies come in sprayer bottles, so when you're using them youre really distributing them into the air and making them really easy for you to inhale. This is especially true if you have kids in your house, because the lungs are actually the last thing to develop while your baby is in utero, and they take many many years to become fully mature. So a lot of these toxins that we're spraying into the air when we're cleaning our homes can actually contribute to asthma and allergy issues in your child and in yourself long-term. So anything that is a chemical antibacterial is technically really a pesticide if you really think about it, and do you really need to be cleaning with a pesticide in your house? A lot of us have gotten into the mindset that it needs to smell sanitary, smell sanitized, smell like a hospital in order for it to be clean. But the reality is is that most of our households don't need that kind of intense disinfection. So some of the ingredients you really want to avoid include ammonia and chlorine bleach. These are highly toxic chemicals, especially if you combine them. If you accidentally combine them you are literally creating a fatally toxic gas, so avoid combining ammonia and chlorine bleach. And in another video that we're going to do, I'm going to talk about the components of cleaning products and some alternatives that you can use that are eco-friendly and even make your own cleaning products. And you can also visit my website where I have a pamphlet on making your own cleaning products and understanding all the different techniques for using green cleaning products.
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DIY Recipe for Non-Toxic Household Cleaner
 
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Find the DIY non-toxic household cleaner recipe on my website here: https://draxe.com/homemade-melaleuca-lemon-household-cleaner/?utm_campaign=Live-May-2017&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube&utm_term=diycleaner Conventional cleaners are made with synthetic fragrances and harmful chemicals. Instead, try this homemade melaleuca lemon household cleaner. It only requires 4 ingredients and is easy and fast to make! The tea tree and lemon essential oils naturally kill bacteria while leaving a refreshing aroma that can also improve your health. Try it today! It’s important to note citrus essentials oils are highly concentrated and are full of healthy acidic properties. Because of this, we recommend you use glass containers when storing them so they do not eat away any of the plastic. Subscribe to my channel for more DIY recipes! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrJoshAxe/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drjoshaxe/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/draxe/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/drjoshaxe --------------------------------------------------------------- Want more? Sign up to get the Dr. Axe Food Is Medicine e-newsletter, sent out a few times a week: https://draxe.com/subscribe-to-newsletter/ *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
Views: 28974 Dr. Josh Axe
Home Cleaning Products are as Damaging as 20 Cigarettes a Day
 
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Cleaning products areas damaging as 20 cigarettes a day 6’000 women were studied over 20 years by Norwegian scientists It found regularly using cleaning chemicals accelerated the decline of lungs A groundbreaking study has revealed regular, long-term exposure to spray cleaners increases lung damage similar to smoking 20 cigarettes a day Cleaning as once a week over 20-years initiated significant lung damage Professional cleaners had lung damage on par with smoking 20 cigarettes daily Researchers believe cleaning products trigger immune system dysfunction, Set off inflammation in mucous membranes and cause damage to airways Cleaning manufacturers aren’t required to disclose all ingredients Making it impossible to tell what is in a bottle and how it will affect your health There are dozens and dozens of other peer-reviewed, published studies outlining how harmful cleaning products impact our bodies The good news is there are easy ways to avoid harming yourself and others at home Use fewer store bought products Natural products such as white wine vinegar and baking soda are effective at cleaning Avoid spray cleaners or if you have to use them spray on a cloth to prevent breathing in droplets Microfiber cloths and water are a great chemical free way to dust and clean Being too sterile is unhealthy Most households don’t require harsh disinfects Germ-free environments have been shown to reduce beneficial gut bacteria and cause higher levels of inflammation. Many cleaners contain toxic air contaminants, VOCs and Terpenes Citrus fragrances mix with ozone to create formaldehyde and ultrafine particles Spray cleaners, chlorine bleach and disinfectants have been shown to trigger asthma The common preservative in chemical cleaners methylisothiazolinone causes dermatitis This preservative is also found in many products from wet wipes to sunscreen and is often marketed as “natural”. Don’t always trust “green” or “natural” cleaners as many contain carcinogens, toxic fragrances and VOCs similarly to regular store-bought cleaners. Source: http://www.thoracic.org/about/newsroom/press-releases/resources/women-cleaners-lung-function.pdf
Toxic Household Products - Top 5 List of Dangerous Chemicals in Your Kitchen
 
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http://MyWellnessSolution.Weebly.com When we buy commercial cleaning products, we expect them to do one thing: clean! We use a wide array of scents, soaps, detergents, bleaching agents, softeners, scourers, polishes, and specialized cleaners for bathrooms, glass, drains, and ovens to keep our homes sparkling and sweet-smelling. But we have to realize that everything we pour down the drain or flush down the toilet will end up in our municipality's sewage treatment system and eventually in our rivers and the ocean. Of course, some components are biodegradable. But other compounds are not, and can do massive damage to our environment. In our home, there are toxic chemicals everywhere. Each room has its load of toxic cleaning products. Here are the top 5 toxic household products in our kitchen we should consider replacing by an environmentally-friendly version. Window or Glass Cleaners Many glass cleaners contain ammonia, which produces fumes that are highly irritating to eyes, nose, throat and lungs, and should not be used by people with asthma, lung or heart problems. Even worse, combining products that contain chlorine and ammonia can react with each other to form lung-damaging and potentially lethal toxic gases called chloramine. Some window cleaners also contain isopropanol that can irritate mucous membranes in the nose, mouth, eyes and ears. If swallowes, isopropanol can cause drowsiness, unconsciousness and death. Antibacterial Cleaner Antibacterial cleaners are commonly used in the kitchen. We use them to clean things that come in contact with food (cutting boards, counter tops, etc). Disinfecting what comes in contact with our food help prevent contamination by harmful. However, antibacterial cleaners can cause more harm than good. It may contain ammonia, detergent, lye, cresol and phenol. Those substance are corrosive to tissue, can irritate eyes, and lining of nose, mouth and throat, damage liver, kidneys, lungs, pancreas and spleen, can cause central nervous system depression, severely affect circulatory system, and are suspected to cause cancer. Dishwashing Detergent They contain cleaning agents with "cationic", "anionic", or "non-ionic" in their names. These products may irritate skin or make people more sensitive to other chemicals. The main ingredient usually used in these detergents is phosphate. Phosphates are a famous water pollutant. When phosphates are discharged in municipal waste water, they act as a fertilizer, causing overgrowth of algae. Too much aquatic plant life eventually reduces the water's oxygen supply, causing the death of fish and other organisms. Although many U.S. states have outlawed phosphates from laundry detergents and some other cleaners, they are still used in automatic dishwasher detergents. All-purpose cleaner All-purpose cleaners may use many different kinds of ingredients, such as detergents, grease-cutting agents, solvents, and disinfectants. All-purpose cleaners can contain hazardous chemicals such as ammonia (see "Window of Glass Cleaners" section above), Ethelyne Glycol Monobuytl Acetate, Sodium Hypochlorite, Trisodium Phosphate. Depending upon the ingredients used, all-purpose cleaners can irritate the skin, eyes, nose, and throat. They are highly poisonous if swallowed and can damage heart, kidneys and brain. Oven Cleaners Oven cleaners are used to help break up the baked on food stuck to the inside of the oven. The basic ingredient of oven cleaners is lye (either sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide). Lye is extremely corrosive, and can burn your skin and eyes. It is usually fatal if swallowed. Of course, eliminating all cleaners from our home is a non-sense, however, taking the time to read the labels to find out what is in them, possibly opting for phosphate free versions and avoid the use of oven cleaners with lye, are easy little steps you can take to reduce your family's exposure to toxic household products. For more information how to reduce toxic cleaning products in your home click here: http://MyWellnessSolution.Weebly.com
Views: 18775 OneOttawaMama
Allersearch Cleaning Products
 
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The line of Allersearch cleaning products will help you control your allergy and asthma symptoms safely and effectively by breaking down common household allergens on contact. Available from Allergy Cosmos at www.AllergyCosmos.co.uk or 020 3432 2197.
Views: 152 Allergy Cosmos
Throw household products off the scent
 
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Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at https://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free recipe from his new HOW NOT TO DIE COOKBOOK. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from the sales of his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements go to support the 501c3 nonprofit that runs NutritionFacts.org.) DESCRIPTION: Volatile chemicals in consumer products such as air fresheners, laundry detergents, fabric softeners, and dryer sheets may be hazardous. Have a question about this video? Leave it in the comment section at http://nutritionfacts.org/videos/throw-household-products-off-the-scent/ and I'll try to answer it! Please feel free to post any ask-the-doctor type questions here in the comments section and I'd be happy to try to answer them. Check out the other videos which address allergies (http://nutritionfacts.org/topics/allergies/) and asthma (http://nutritionfacts.org/topics/asthma/). And there are 1,449 subjects (http://nutritionfacts.org/topics/) covered in the rest of my videos--please feel free to explore them! http://www.NutritionFacts.org • Subscribe: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/subscribe • Donate: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/donate • HOW NOT TO DIE: http://nutritionfacts.org/book • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nutrition_facts • Instagram: http://instagram.com/nutrition_facts_org/ • Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NutritionfactsOrgMD • Podcast: http://nutritionfacts.org/audio/
Views: 12898 NutritionFacts.org
Do you know what's in your household cleaners?
 
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http://www.toxicbreakup.ca http://www.davidsuzuki.org Hidden ingredients in your cleaning products can hurt your family and our environment. Did you know that toxic chemicals found in some laundry detergents can induce asthma? Or that cleaning your bathtub may be exposing you to cancer-causing substances. Even your dish soap may be doing damage — harming the fish and aquatic life near your home. Find out how to avoid toxic chemicals and make safer choices today at Toxicbreakup.ca
Views: 3176 DavidSuzukiFDN
HOUSE HOLD CLEANING PRODUCTS AS BAD FOR LUNG FUNCTION AS SMOKING
 
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A MEDICAL STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF BERGEN NORWAY FOUND HOUSEHOLD CLEANING PRODUCTS BAD FOR LUNG FUNCTION AS SMOKING WOMEN WHO WORKED AS CLEANERS OR REGULARLY USE CLINING SPRAY FOR 20 YRS FOUND TO HAVE LUNG DECLINE EQUIVALENT TO SMOKING 20 CIGARETTES A DAY OVER SAME PERIOD &40%LIKELY TO DEVELOP ASTHMA
Views: 21 Ratan Nandy
10 Coca-Cola Hacks That Actually Work!
 
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Risk with Cleaning Chemicals
 
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Breathing problems. Itchy skin, rashes and burns. Irritated eyes. For some workers, including maintenance workers, janitors and housekeepers, these symptoms may have a common factor: cleaning products. Chemicals in certain cleaning products also can cause asthma or trigger asthma attacks, OSHA cautions, adding that “some cleaning products contain hazardous chemicals that can enter the body through skin contact or from breathing gases into the lungs.” What can be done to keep workers who use these products safe?
Shaklee Get Clean Products for a Healthy Home (HealthyCleanGreen)
 
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Did You Know? In 2005, 218,316 reported poison exposures came from household cleaning products. Common household cleaners and appliances give off fumes, which can potentially increase the risk of asthma in children. The EPA says that only a fraction of more than 81,500 registered chemicals have gone through testing for human health concerns. 81,500 represents approximately one in every 750 known chemicals. The EPA lists the following household cleaning products as "hazardous waste" -- oven cleaners, drain cleaners, wood and metal cleaners and polishes, toilet cleaners, tub, tile, and shower cleaners and bleach. The average U.S. household generates more than 20 pounds of household hazardous waste per year, and the average home can accumulate as much a 100 pounds of household hazardous waste in the basement, garage and in storage closets. SAFE Nontoxic No toxic fumes Hypoallergenic No hazardous chemicals No chlorine No kerosine No dodecylbenzene-sulfonate No phenol No cresol No lye No morpholine No petroleum distillates No benezene No ammonia No paradicchlorobenzene POWERFUL Outperforms 11 national brands 100% money-back guaranteed GREEN Sustainably sourced natural ingredients Biodegradable surfactants No chlorine No phophates No nitrates No borates No animal testing Recyclable packaging Recyclable wipes Recyclable dryer sheets
Views: 292 HealthyCleanGreen
Household Cleaning Products - TOXIN-FREE HOME!! Part 5
 
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The Hidden Toxins in Household Cleaners The 3 Most Common Toxins in Household Cleaners: 💀 2-Butoxyethanol (window and multipurpose cleaners). Risks: sore throats when inhaled, at high levels can also contribute to narcosis, pulmonary edema, and severe liver and kidney damages. 💀 Ammonia (bathroom & window cleaners, jewelry cleaner).  Risks: can trigger asthma, chronic bronchitis with regular to frequent exposure. 💀 Bleach & Chlorine (scouring powders, toilet bowl cleaners, mildew removers, laundry whiteners). Risks: respiratory & skin irritations (acute), can be hormone disrupt-er (chronic). Replace your toxic household cleaners with natural alternatives!! 👉🏼Watch this video to see how to Save Money with Thieves Cleaner: https://youtu.be/M-bWyY3GypQ 👉🏼View the full post on my Website: http://gettinoilywithit.com/household-cleaners-toxin-free-home-part-5 👉🏼View the full Toxin-Free Home Series on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnvree3WaeI&list=PLgauofRPgIljZYT8zGD8KW4-ZS_ng5BxC 🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃 TOXIN-FREE HOME SERIES: Why are we one of the richest countries in the world, but we are also the unhealthiest?? 🤷🏻‍ We are poisoning ourselves every single day with an overabundance of environmental toxins and chemicals!! 🤢 So the question for you is… Are you ready to eliminate dozens of toxins and harsh chemicals from your life? Are you ready to take control of your health and wellness? If you answered yes to these questions you are in the right place!! Essential oils are a healthy, safe, and effective way to help eliminate a multitude of toxins/chemicals and help with many ailments that so commonly affect us on a daily basis. Typically, we turn to more toxins/chemicals to support the symptoms! Young Living is about stopping the cause before it happens by supporting all the systems in your body without chemically overloading them. It’s not about treating disease, it’s about staying ahead of it: preventative maintenance. By reaching for an essential oil you are a NOT reaching for a toxin or chemical. That is a GREAT thing!! Using essential oils and essential oil-infused supplements can provide the targeted solutions you need to restore balance and help you feel your very best! That is the purpose of me being here today. And what I believe to be part of my calling in life. 🙌 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ready to join an amazing oily family with Young Living? I would love for you to join my quickly growing and amazing Gettin' Oily team. We have a great upline and supportive team, lots of educational resources, live and FB classes. We would love to help you get started and walk along side you in this amazing journey. ~ Website: http://gettinoilywithit.com ~ YL Website: http://useoilseveryday.com ~ Instagram: http://instagram.com/gettinoily ~ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gettinoilyteam/ ~ Email: useoilseveryday@gmail.com Young Living Independent Distributor Courtney Dayne #10160809 Thanks for watching my channel! *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Disclaimer: All Gettin' Oily With It Videos are for educational purposes only. They are not meant to treat diagnose, prevent or cure any disease or illness. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and we encourage you do your own research and decide what is best for your family. If you're ready to make a change in your family's wellness, be sure to contact me. We are in this journey together.
Why I Love Cleaning With Essential Oils (And You Should, Too!)
 
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If you have more questions about essential oils or would like to try a sample please email me at amy@amybaumetz.com! Be sure to check out my Facebook page www.facebook.com/amybaumetz for more tips! Many household cleaning chemicals are dangerous! These dangerous chemicals that we are surrounding ourselves with lead to many health issues. The cleaners we’re using are worse than the germs we’re trying to avoid! There’s no federal regulation of chemical in household products. Nothing comes off the shelf until it’s proven unsafe. Companies are selecting ingredients for their cleaning products based on performance; not based on how they might affect our health. Ingredients in common household products have been linked to asthma, cancer, reproductive disorders, hormone disruption and neurotoxicity. With marketing strategies these days encouraging you to buy a unique product for each cleaning job (mirror cleaner, all purpose cleaner, toilet spray, tile spray, soft scrub – that’s just the bathroom!) we are suffering from increased exposure. The average household contains 62 toxic chemicals and we’re exposed to them routinely. Add to this the lack of regulation, research and knowledge and we’re headed for complete disaster! Here are some statistics for you: • Levels of air pollution inside homes 2-5 times higher (up to 100 times higher) than outdoor levels • Toxic chemicals in household cleaners are 3 times more likely to cause cancer than outdoor air • 89% of all poison exposures occur in the home • 300 industrial chemicals are found in the umbilical cords of newborns • Of 3,000 top-selling chemicals in U.S., only 7% have a full set of basic toxicity information “Green cleaners” are an expensive alternative and they’re still not as safe as you might think they are. So what should you do? I’ve found cleaning with essential oils to be the safest, most effective, and most affordable option! Let’s talk about some science here for a minute. We have 75-100 trillion cells in our bodies. These cells are communicating through the nervous system via electrical impulses and hormone system via ligands. Ligands are like messengers that have a special key for each cell receptor site. They have a very important job! If we look at essential oils, one drop has 40 million trillion (or more!) molecules. That’s 4 with 19 zeroes! When we apply a drop of essential oil every cell is covered with 400,000 molecules of the essential oil. It only takes one molecule of the right kind to unlock the cell receptor site. My point is this. Essential oils help clean receptor sites, erase and delete bad info, and re-establish the cell to a happy state. Essential oils support our bodies on the cellular level! It’s truly amazing! I think step one is for people to become aware. We need to check under our sinks and get rid of the products we have. Find a Local Household Hazardous Waste Facility to dispose of them properly. Remember, green living is a responsibility, not a luxury. Second, we need to disengage autopilot. We’ve been training to associate clean with a chemical smell. That’s all marketing! Something doesn’t have to smell like chemicals in order to be clean. Rethink your philosophy on that – don’t just reach for what you’ve always reached for when it comes to cleaning. Think it through! And lastly, less is more! Long-term change is gradual. You might need to just start with one room in your house and go from there. Pick one product at a time if you have to and revamp it. Then move on to the next! Our health and the health of our family are very important. We need to stop poisoning people at home! Take some time to evaluate your cleaning products and then sit down, as a family even, and make new products with essential oils to clean your home with. You’ll never regret taking the time to do this!
Views: 816 Amy Baumetz
"The Real Dirt on Clean!" Shaklee Nontoxic Get Cleaners
 
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Sloan Barnett (her son was diagnosed with Respiratory Airways Disease, because the physicians didn't want to call it Asthma) and Cindy Latham discuss the health hazards that face you and your family from chemicals in other household cleaners in the marketplace, and they demonstrate "The Shaklee Difference"!! To shop for our Shaklee Nontoxic Get Clean Products visit: http://wiredforsuccess.myshaklee.com/us/en/category.php?main_cat=HomeCare.
Views: 1580 Donny Herman
dyson asthma - dyson microbiologists tackle dust mites, dirt and allergens
 
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Did not expect the $1000 vacuum to cause an asthma attack. Like most folks with specific needs, I did my research when the time came for a new cleaner. Visited the info in my countries Asthma council, went to their referral site – Sensitive Choice Moved to the website for product being Dyson stick vacuum as recommended for allergies and pets. Dyson website failed, phone was a 45-minute wait and email returned with an auto message saying 7 days to respond. So next option – move to where items are sold, purchased through retailer. Waited 4 hours for battery to charge and did a first test run for the Allergy, Asthma approved and promoted Dyson V10 Stick vacuum. I am astounded that this product is promoted for anyone with allergies as it requires you to touch and clean all parts and I mean all parts of floor tools, canister and shroud which when used on MAX mode forces all debris to wrap around the shroud. The part you have to dismantle and clean. I would have to ask what is the point of all the filtration, hepa filtering and point and shoot bin when you need to clean it all by hand? Touch all of the dust, you need to dismantle the rollers in the floor heads through a hoop which forces all dust back at you. The shroud around the cyclones gets full of dust that needs to be cleaned off by a damp cloth. Has anyone in the Asthma council used one of these appliances and what testing or pass is used? I asked on June 4th 2018 and to date there has been no response from either the Asthma Council or Sensitive Choice (seemingly the product or promotion side of the Council) Granted not everyone has allergy concerns but even so, who wants to clean the dust and dirt picked up by hand? You could just use a broom and pick it up and achieve the same outcome on hard floors. The hard floor tool is like a velvet which hangs onto all manner of fluff and dust, you need to pull this through the end loop flicking everything at you while you do it then wash it, again touching all the dirt and dust it has captured. I was told by Dyson – if I had allergies I should get someone else to clean it! Perhaps they are unaware that people with Asthma and allergies vacuum at least once a day, and are not required normally to have a carer for vacuuming or cleaning the vacuum cleaner. I was told by Dyson that the item was not meant for really dusty or dirty cleans. Again unclear of a specific set of stringent household clean requirements to fit in with this vacuum. Neat rows of rice and cereal, organised pet hair in a row. But not normal household dirt family life? At the price point being $1000 in Australia it is far from great. For asthmatics what can I say first use caused an asthma attack when emptying and cleaning. Clearly this cannot be acceptable. If you want to add to the callout for some sort of action re Dyson Asthma Retailers and no accountability, you can put your details here or on this site. http://bwarned.info/ Translated titles: Dyson asma - dyson los microbiólogos abordan los ácaros del polvo, la suciedad y los alérgenos Dyson Asthma - dyson Mikrobiologen bekämpfen Milben, Schmutz und Allergene Dyson asthme - dyson microbiologistes s'attaquent aux acariens, à la saleté et aux allergènes Dyson asma - dyson microbiologistas combatem ácaros, sujeira e alérgenos Dyson अस्थमा - dyson सूक्ष्म जीवविज्ञानी धूल के काटने, गंदगी और एलर्जेंस से निपटने Dyson astma - dyson mikrobiologer tackler støvmider, snavs og allergener Dyson astma - dyson microbiologen bestrijden huisstofmijt, vuil en allergenen Dyson asma - dyson micribhitheolaithe i ngleic le mites, dirt agus ailléirginí deannaigh Dyson asma - dyson i microbiologi affrontano acari della polvere, sporcizia e allergeni Dyson astım - dyson mikrobiyologlar toz akarları, kir ve alerjenlerle mücadele eder
Views: 126 Asthma Queries
Cleaning Products That are Making You Sick
 
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Did you know that the Average American uses 40 pounds of toxic cleaning products every year? Not only is this harmful to the individual using the product, real-time, but the residual is flushed down the toilet, drained in the sink, or sprayed in the air. All of those methods put the toxins back into the environment and perpetuate the cycle. The household cleaning product industry is a multi-billion dollar industry. The bad news, says Lisa Beres, Certified Green Building Professional, is that the industry is highly unregulated. Manufacturers don't have to list ingredients on labels. In fact, they often try to mislead the consumer by using words like "natural" or "non-toxic," when, in fact, the products may still contain toxins. Even carcinogens. Companies can hide these ingredients behind certain terms. For instance, "fragrance" can hide hundreds of different chemicals. They are not required by law to list the ingredients, because they are protected by their right to "trade secrets." So, as a consumer, how can you choose products that won't cause you and your family harm? One certain indication is this: if there's a skull and crossbones on the product you're using, step away. Companies are required to put terms like "poison" or "danger" or "fatal if swallowed" But, that only addresses acute symptoms; it says nothing about the long-term effects. Fortunately, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) is working hard for consumers. The organization put together a database with over 2,000 cleaning products, and each was given a toxicity rating. The database also lists what chemicals are in each product. Many are loaded with toxic compounds (some that are banned in other countries). Some have even been linked to blindness, asthma, and cancer. The EWG also made up a "Hall of Shame" list, identifying the worst offenders. Two of the most dangerous products were Febreeze Air Effects (with 89 harmful contaminants) and Comet, which has 146 different chemicals that have been linked to health issues including cancer, asthma, and reproductive disorders. There are other ways to clean your home, says Beres, for the same (or less) cost as these dangerous products. Essential oils are a great way to freshen the air without all of those chemicals. You can use vinegar, lemon, olive oil, and essential oils as all-natural cleaners and air fresheners. And, you want to buy from companies that will give you full disclosure and tell you everything that's in their products. Look for third-party certifications, so you know the company is being held accountable. Remember, that clean air smell or the "freshness" emitted from your toilet bowl is chemically-based and doing some serious damage to your health. In the accompanying audio segment, Lisa Beres, Certified Green Building Professional, joins Naturally Savvy hosts, Andrea Donsky and Lisa Davis, to discuss which cleaning products are making you sick and why.
Views: 62 RadioMDtv
Allergies to household cleaning chemicals
 
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Ralph had a bad reaction a number of years ago to household cleaning chemicals. He also had an increase of allergies to food and when he smelled certain substances. Ralph was treated holistically with the NAET Allergy Elimination Techniques used by Carylann Bautz owner, Allergy and Health Solutions Center. NAET has helped reduce his food allergies and chemical allergies, and is now feeling uplifted because of NAET treatments.
Views: 74 Carylann Bautz
My Natural Cleaning Products for the Entire House [Krissy Ropiha VLOG]
 
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Following last week's vlog I had so many questions about what products I use/don't use around the house. Today I shared my natural cleaning products for the entire house, natural personal care products I use on the children and myself as well as a budget healthy grocery haul. I hope you enjoy this vlog! I love finding even better natural cleaning products so this is an area that will continue to change over time. In time I hope to be able to find a natural stone bench top cleaner too! If you have any natural cleaning products you love and use let me know! Here is a list of some of the products I mentioned: Pure Home Body multipurpose cleaner EcoStore Earth Choice Milk Baby Moogoo Dusty Girls Makeup Dusty Girls Makeup Discount Code (15% off): ‘HERNOURISHED’ http://www.dustygirls.com.au *********************************************************************** I’m Krissy, the passionate Nutrition and Health Coach behind Her Nourished and mum of two living in Australia. Qualified in nutrition and psychology and specialising in helping busy mums balance weight without restrictive dieting. All recipes are created using whole foods, free from refined sugar and processed ingredients. Strive for nourishment not perfection. FIND ME HERE! SNAPCHAT: krissyropiha HEALTH BLOG: http://www.hernourished.com FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/hernourished/ INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/her.nourished/ TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/prettyweethings/ PINTEREST: http://www.pinterest.com/pwtsblog/ ^ where I pin all my yummy meal prep inspo! ******************************************************* MY FAVOURITE VIDEOS I THINK YOU'LL LOVE TOO! FACTS ABOUT ME: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OC3vIowsmsU&t=93s NEW KITCHEN TOUR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=594qLTTFSfc&t=35s WHAT MY KIDS EAT IN A DAY/DAY ON THE PLATE: https://youtu.be/xgSzTfjh4TA MY EVENING ROUTINE WITH KIDS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6v9-QlAk08 24 WEEKS PREGNANT VLOG: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TP6LlyqBxYQ HOW TO MAKE ZOATS FROM START TO FINISH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYSP2UGsAnA This video is about My Natural Cleaning Products for the Entire House but you will also find healthy mom hacks, healthy mum meal ideas, meal ideas for toddlers, budget grocery hauls, healthy grocery hauls, healthy meal ideas, what I eat in a day, what my kids eat in a day, PCOS food hacks and my PCOS story, my pregnancy vlogs, my new kitchen tour and my morning and evening routine with kids. For all enquiries please contact: Krissy@hernourished.com
Views: 837 Krissy Ropiha
Shaklee Toxic World Earth Day 2011 Video
 
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To learn more please visit us: wiredforsuccess.myshaklee.com. Our Get Clean Household Products contain NO TOXINS, so they don't contribute to growing rate of Asthma & other health ailments related to toxic household cleaners, beauty cosmetic, & personal care products. That's why there is a "Revolutionary Shaklee Difference"!
Views: 606 Donny Herman
3 Easy & Non Toxic Natural Cleaning Supplies! [Vlog #19]
 
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In today’s vlog I am excited to share with you 3 Easy & Non-Toxic Natural Cleaning Supplies. Click to watch the vlog above or feel free to read the transcript below instead! [Vlog #19] 3 Easy & Non Toxic Natural Cleaning Supplies! transcripts: http://bit.ly/2GjAJL2 For more health tips, visit my blog: http://kimberlysnyder.com Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/_kimberlysnyder Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KimberlySnyd... Twitter: https://twitter.com/_KimberlySnyder Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/kimberlysnyd...
Views: 1758 Kimberly Snyder
My Top 5 DIY Cleaning Products
 
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OPEN FOR RECIPES & PRODUCTS USED Hey Yall! In this video I will be showing you all my Favorite Homemade/DIY Cleaners I use in my home. I use DIY cleaning products for most of my cleaning especially when my children are around. Hope you enjoy. All products used & recipes will be listed below! Products Used: Essential Oils Pure: https://amzn.to/2tHstjI Essential Oil Thieves Blend: https://amzn.to/2N7M2tA Cedar Spray Mop: https://amzn.to/2NbYOaO Recipe: 1. All Purpose Cleaner -1 Cup of Water -1 Cup of Alcohol -2 tsp of Cornstarch -20 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil 2. Linen Spray -1 Cup of Alcohol -1 Cup of Water -20-30 drops of Calming Essential Oil (Lavender/Frankincense) 3. Floor Cleaner -3 Parts Water to 1 Part Vinegar -Squirt of dish soap -20-30 drops of Favorite Essential Oil 4. Disinfectant Spray -1 Cup of Alcohol -1 Cup of Water -20-30 drops of Thieves Essential OIl 5. Produce Cleaner -Splash of Vinger -Fill rest of bowl with water -Let fruit soak for 5 minutes -Rinse throughly and enjoy Email: erikakristi13@gmail.com Instagram: erikakristi_ Music: Lakey Inspired: https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired
Views: 635 Erika Kristi
All-Natural Disinfectant Spray - WIBW Interview
 
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http://www.motherearthliving.com/homemade-cleaners/easy-cleaning-arsenal-natural-cleaning-recipes.aspx During the height of cold and flu season, take some time to disinfectant the most populated areas of your home. If you want to keep your home clean, keep the germs away, and keep your family safe, check out these safe and effective natural cleaning tips from Jessica Kellner, Editor-in-Chief of Mother Earth Living. Some of the chemicals found in standard disinfectants are not good for our bodies: they harm our indoor air quality and they're potentially harmful to our respiratory systems. Instead, safely disinfect your home with a simple cleaner made from natural—and surprisingly powerful—ingredients such as washing soda and essential oils. More on natural cleaners from Mother Earth Living: You have plenty of excellent reasons to ditch commercial cleaners. Most cleaners contain a wide range of chemicals known as volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, which are released into the air inside our homes at room temperature. Numerous studies confirm that a room's VOC levels increase significantly after cleaning a room with conventional cleaning products. If these levels get high enough they can lead to problems such as progressive eye, nose and throat irritation, as well as increased risk of asthma. The toxic chemicals in conventional cleaners also make them hazardous in homes with children or pets, where accidental ingestion can sometimes lead to poisoning. Finally, you will save money creating your own household cleaners. MOTHER EARTH NEWS and Friends offers a collection of videos from a variety of publications dedicated to rural, sustainable and natural living. We’re passionate about helping people learn more about natural health, homesteading and rural American know-how. Check out more videos from MOTHER EARTH NEWS, GRIT and Mother Earth Living magazines: (https://www.youtube.com/user/MotherEarthNewsMag). Find us on these other social networks: Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/motherearthliving) Pinterest (http://pinterest.com/mthrearthliving) Instagram (https://instagram.com/motherearthliving) Twitter (https://twitter.com/mthrearthliving) Google+ (https://plus.google.com/+motherearthliving) Tumblr (http://mthrearthliving.tumblr.com)
Creating a Clean and Healthy Home Video in Spanish
 
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Asthma, allergies, mold, carbon monoxide, lead, polluted water, pests and hazardous household products are examples of health issues associated with a clean home. With the help of GZ, the Germ Buster, viewers of this entertaining yet informative video program learn about health hazards in the home and get practical advise about keeping the home clean. Designed especially for young families just starting out, Creating a Clean and Healthy Home was developed based on the Federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) guidelines for a healthy home.
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Don't Use Harmful Cleaning Products
 
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The majority of cleaners contain harsh chemicals that can lead to to skin irritation breathing problems, and even poisoning. By using natural products you save your health and the health of others. Check out http://wightcaneco.com
Views: 36 Paul Stagg
Maid Services Waterloo IA | 319.215.2732 | Cleaning Service Cedar Valley & Prairie Rapids Iowa
 
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Prairie Rapids Cleaning Services 319.215.2732 is the Best Maid Service in the Waterloo IA - Cedar Valley Iowa area... PERIOD! With great attention to detail we believe a Clean home is a happy healthy Home...We not only clean floors and windows and toilets and sinks and countertops...our MAIDS also clean doorknobs & much much more... Various household cleaning products have been developed to facilitate the removal of dust and dirt, for surface maintenance, and for disinfection.[9] Products are available in powder, liquid or spray form. The basic ingredients determine the type of cleaning tasks for which they are suitable. Some are packaged as general purpose cleaning materials whilst others are targeted at specific cleaning tasks such as drain clearing, oven cleaning, lime scale removal and polishing furniture. Household cleaning products provide aesthetic and hygiene benefits but are also associated with health risks for the users, and building occupants.[10] The US Department of Health and Human Services offers the public access to the Household Products Database. This database provides consumer information for over 4,000 products based on information provided by the manufacturer through the material safety data sheet.Surfactants lower the surface tension of water, making it able to flow into smaller tiny cracks and crevices in soils making removal easier. Alkaline chemicals break down known soils such as grease and mud. Acids break down soils such as lime scale, soap scum, and stains of mustard, coffee, tea, and alcoholic beverages. Some solvent-based products are flammable and some can dissolve paint and varnish. Disinfectants stop smell and stains caused by bacteria. When multiple chemicals are applied to the same surface without full removal of the earlier substance, the chemicals may interact. This interaction may result in a reduction of the efficiency of the chemicals applied (such as a change in pH value caused by mixing alkalis and acids) and in cases may even emit toxic fumes. An example of this is the mixing of ammonia-based cleaners (or acid-based cleaners) and bleach.[11] This causes the production of chloramines that volatilize (become gaseous) causing acute inflammation of the lungs (toxic pneumonitis), long-term respiratory damage, and potential death.[12] Residue from cleaning products and cleaning activity (dusting, vacuuming, sweeping) have been shown to impact indoor air quality (IAQ) by redistributing particulate matter (dust, dirt, human skin cells, organic matter, animal dander, particles from combustion, fibers from insulation, pollen, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) that gaseous or liquid particles become adsorbed to. The particulate matter and chemical residual will of be highest concentrations right after cleaning but will decrease over time depending upon levels of contaminants, air exchange rate, and other sources of chemical residual.[11] Of most concern are the family of chemicals called VOCs such as formaldehyde, toluene, and limonene.[13] Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are released from many household cleaning products such as disinfectants, polishes, floor waxes, air-freshening sprays, all purpose cleaning sprays, and glass cleaner. These products have been shown to emit irritating vapors.[9][14][15] VOCs are of most concern due to their tendency to evaporate and be inhaled into the lungs or adsorbed to existing dust, which can also be inhaled.[9] It has been found that aerosolized (spray) cleaning products are important risk factors and may aggravate symptoms of adult asthma,[15] respiratory irritation,[9] childhood asthma, wheeze, bronchitis, and allergy.[14] Other modes of exposure to potentially harmful household cleaning chemicals include absorption through the skin (dermis), accidental ingestion, and accidental splashing into the eyes. Products for the application and safe use of the chemicals are also available, such as nylon scrub sponge and rubber gloves. [16] It is up to the consumer to keep themselves safe while using these chemicals. Reading and comprehending the labels is important. There is a growing consumer and governmental interest in natural cleaning products and green cleaning methods. The use of nontoxic household chemicals is growing as consumers become more informed of the health effects of many household chemicals, and municipalities are having to deal with the expensive disposal of household hazardous waste (HHW).[17][ We are honest and always make sure that anyone entering your Home will not steal or hide any broken valuables... this is just another reason that Prairie Rapids Cleaning Service is the very Best Maids Services in the Waterloo Iowa - Cedar Valley area... Call us Now at 319.215.2732 and let our professionals do the Hard Cleaning Work for You!! sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Housekeeping ^ "housekeeping" Oxford Dictionaries Online. Retrieved 2 June 2013.
Views: 215 Spotlight Ventures
Using bleach can cause fatal lung problems - Olivia Kinsley reports
 
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@SKY 2017 - COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE ORIGINAL OWNER AND IS USED FOR EDUCATIONAL & REFERENCE USE. Cleaning products such as bleach have been linked to serious lung conditions including bronchitis and emphysema. Using disinfectants just once a week could increase someone's chance of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), according to scientists from Harvard University and the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm). While cleaning products have previously been linked with asthma, this is believed to be the first time they have been connected to COPD - an umbrella term for conditions characterised by increasing breathlessness.
Views: 619 MP's Newswatch
asthma & allergy friendly Certification Program Overview
 
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An outline of the asthma & allergy friendly Certification Program. Why the program exists, who are the partners and what manufacturers need to do to have their products certified asthma & allergy friendly. See more at this link http://www.asthmaandallergyfriendly.com The Certification Program App is available on iOS and Android devices, and can be found in the iTunes App Store at http://ow.ly/fYX3307h2TR, and Google Play Store at http://ow.ly/nd96307h35C. About ASL ASL is an International standards and certification body that prepares independent standards for a wide range of products to declare their suitability for people whose lives are affected by allergies and asthma. ASL has devised a series of proprietary testing protocols, performance criteria and suitability attributes for consumer products to be eligible for certification. These have been developed using internationally recognized trigger factor avoidance recommendations including allergens and irritants. The asthma & allergy friendly™ mark is applied to products that consumers can trust have been subject to rigorous independent testing to determine their suitability. ASL's management team possesses specialist skills in a variety of medical fields including asthma and other allergic diseases. For more information, visit www.allergystandards.com. About AAFA Founded in 1953 and celebrating over 60 years of service, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) is the oldest and largest nonprofit patient organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with asthma, allergies and related conditions through education, advocacy and research. AAFA provides practical information, community-based services, support and referrals through a national network of chapters and educational support groups. Through its Kids With Food Allergies division, AAFA offers the oldest, most extensive online support community for families raising children with food allergies. In addition, AAFA sponsors and advocates for research to advance the basic science relevant to treatment and cure. It also champions translational research so that the science that we have is applied more consistently and reliably. For more information, visit www.aafa.org. Keep up to date with all the latest Allergy Standards News: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Allergy-Standards-Ltd-161032607252519 Twitter: https://twitter.com/allergystandard Insta: https://www.instagram.com/allergystandardsltd Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/allergy-standards-limited Website: http://www.allergystandards.com/ The Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America and Allergy Standards Limited present the asthma & allergy friendly™ Certification Program. While many products claim to help control allergens, not all of them work as promised. And that can make it tough for consumers trying to make smart decisions. So AAFA partnered with Allergy Standards Limited to create the asthma & allergy friendly™ Certification Program – the trusted way of knowing that the household products claiming to be asthma and allergy friendly truly are. When you see the Certification Mark on a product, you’ll instantly know that it has passed through a series of rigorous scientific tests to meet our highest standards – so you can make informed choices when shopping for products and services to help loved ones avoid or manage exposure to the allergens that may trigger symptoms. In order to pass testing, a product must demonstrate the ability to: • Control triggers at their source • Contribute to whole home environmental control • Withstand necessary cleaning recommendations As people with asthma and allergies continue to seek products that are safer for them to use… …More and more companies are seeking to achieve recognition for their products through the asthma & allergy friendly™ Certification Program When you’re shopping for a product or service to help your family reduce the threat of exposure to allergens in your home, look for the mark. It means you can have confidence that the product you’re looking at has met rigorous scientific standards to help make it healthier choice for you and your loved ones. For more than 60 years, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America has served Americans with asthma and allergies. Together, with our globally-recognized science partner, Allergy Standards Limited, we’re working hard to give you the power to make smart, informed decisions about the products and services that affect your life.
Views: 3183 AllergyStandardsTV
Air Fresheners are Toxic - Household Toxins - Part 2
 
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Toxins in air fresheners and other household items causing indoor air pollution. Things to avoid – air fresheners, cologne or perfumes, hairsprays, keratin, and hair color, also breathing in lacquer or other chemical furniture paint or polish, typical cleaning products bleach ammonia, nail polish, and nail polish remover, dryer sheets, bug sprays, cooking in non-stick pans especially PTFE or Teflon. And If you have to use any of those be sure to do it in a well-ventilated space or outdoors. So what are the solutions to all of these air pollutants? There are many to start with, A diffuser with essential oils. My favorite to diffuse are peppermint, lemon, frankincense and of course lavender. To buy Therapeutic grade Edible Essential Oils: – go to or click - www.mydoterra.com/newyorkcity/ – click “Shop” in the top banner. – click “single oils” for single oils find Lavender, peppermint, lemon, frankincense. – Check out To set up a wholesale account email info@theartofunity.com Bamboo charcoal bags – Aircoal Value Pack http://amzn.to/2wpVRgn Refrigerator – http://amzn.to/2xDq1eF Multi purpose - http://amzn.to/2xDpFol Car - http://amzn.to/2wpVsuh ---------------------------- Visit Bill Farr on 🌺 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theartofunity/ 🌺 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theartofunity 🌺 Twitter https://twitter.com/BillyFarr 🌺 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/TheArtofUnity/ 🌺 Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Theartofunity 💜 SUBSCRIBE on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/theartofunity?sub_confirmation=1 --------------------------- Bamboo charcoal bags remove pollutants and allergens but they also dehumidify absorbing moisture, preventing mold and mildew. They have scientifically proven to reduce the amount of formaldehyde, ammonia, benzene, and chloroform gases emitted from everyday items such as paint, carpeting, furniture, air fresheners, chemical cleaners, rubber, and plastics. They are safe for pets and children. The bamboo charcoal rejuvenates when the bags are placed in sunlight once a month and are good for two years, then can be put in the garden. They’re also great for your car and bathroom. beeswax candles - votives - http://amzn.to/2vIHVzn tealights - http://amzn.to/2w3vKIC Salt lamps are another natural way to clean indoor air. http://amzn.to/2w36xhw The orange color doesn’t disrupt sleep hormones like fluorescent or blue lights and you can see my blog for more on that. - https://theartofunity.com/sleep-techniques/ Perfume companies that use essential oils that are healthy & smell great http://purenaturaldiva.com/perfumes/ https://redflower.com/perfumes.html https://lurkmade.com/ (I have not tried any these but they come recommended) See the blog for how to make your own using essential oils - https://theartofunity.com/air-fresheners-are-toxic/ Air purifier http://amzn.to/2eIbBoZ - I love the rabbit air purifier. It’s quiet (almost noiseless) works great, I can notice a difference in the air quality. More info in the blog - https://theartofunity.com/air-fresheners-are-toxic/ Plant - Another great solution is indoor plants Here are some great - See blog for all plants - https://theartofunity.com/air-fresheners-are-toxic/ ☀️ Official Website: https://theartofunity.com/ 💜Meditations - https://theartofunity.com/meditations/ 💜Chi Gong - https://theartofunity.com/chigong/ Videos on #spirituality, #consciousness, #meditation, #mindfulness, #health and much more. Disclaimer - Please be advised that this information nor any mentioned products are not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any illness or disease. Bill Farr does his best to share education and resources to help you live a healthier, more full life. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician first. Music by: Title: We Are One by Vexento https://www.youtube.com/user/Vexento https://soundcloud.com/vexento SOURCES: - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/06/16/scented-candles-toxic-safer-options_n_7536410.html - OBESOGENS - HTTPS://WWW.MAMAVATION.COM/2015/02/OBESOGENS-HIDDEN-CHEMICALS-CAN-MAKE-FAMILY-FAT.HTML - - http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/44278/title/Obesogens/ - HTTPS://WWW.CLEANTANUSA.COM/BLOGS/NEWS - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3220306/Why-air-fresheners-scented-candles-wreck-health-cause-cancerous-DNA-mutations-asthma.html - Cleaning products - http://sierraeeg.com/warning-cleaning-products-can-cause-brain-damage/ - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/nail-polish-chemicals-entering-the-body_us_5627e311e4b02f6a900f59c7 - http://www.safecosmetics.org/get-the-facts/chemicals-of-concern/nail-polish-removers/ (more in blog)
Views: 979 The Art of Unity