Category Archives: "Toxic Talk and Labels"
With the spring season typically comes the urge to get rid of the clutter and scour away the dirt.
About four years ago, I informed readers about a lawsuit filed against Johnson & Johnson (J&J) concerning potentially dangerous chemicals in their children’s products. It followed on the heels of a study by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics in which most of the children’s bath products tested were contaminated with formaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane-chemicals linked to
Those of you who regularly read my posts here know how passionate I am about reducing our toxic exposure. But I just read the results of a new study and it’s got me even more upset than usual! That’s because this time, the study is talking about how the millions of chemicals that surround us
In January 2014, Vani Hari, creator of foodbabe.com, petitioned Subway to stop using “azodicarbonamide” (ADA) in their breads. Long considered to be the “healthy” alternative to fast food, Subway has enjoyed a long stint as the chain with the healthy image. Even First Lady Michelle Obama has endorsed Subway for their “fresh” and “nutritious” meals.