I’m amazed and somewhat disheartened at the large number of children we see these days with degenerative diseases that, in days gone by, were only diseases of the aged.
Why the change? The change, I believe, is very multi-faceted. I will attach some videos that explain a bit why I feel this way.
- Our Dietary choices – it is becoming common knowledge that the Standard American Diet (sad) is grossly lacking in nutrition and the sustenance our bodies need to continue building healthy cells and thus healthy bodies & babies. An example of a study that showed very similar results in test animals was Pottinger’s Cats:
Dr. Price & Pottenger’s Cats (6 minutes 46 seconds)
This site also offers some excellent insight to what these studies and research mean to each of us.
- Our Body Care choices – In an effort to be the best looking, the youngest looking, the tannest, have the smoothest, most-manageable hair, yet we – many times – don’t take the time to stop and read ingredients and believe that because they are sold over the counter they must be safe. However the industry regulates itself and writes its own rules… and if you use an average of 8 products a day under the “allowable toxic limit” of 1, say .80 then after you slather on your 8 products, you are now at a potential of 6.4x above the “safe level”.
The Story of Cosmetics (8 minutes 18 seconds)
- The Cleaning Products we choose – We bring products into our homes that are advertised to “kill germs” to “clean without work” and such sound great in the advertising but can actually harm our families. We bring in neurotoxins and other poisons with the intention of protecting our children.
Toxic Brew Part one (9 minutes 23 seconds)
- Unclean/un-pure water – Finally, we no longer drink fresh, clean water. We drink water from bottles that can leach toxins into the water when the bottles are transported and allowed to reach hot temperatures, our tap water contains Flouride and we aren’t given a choice in the matter. Antibiotics, hormones, and pharmaceuticals & chlorine are showing up in our tap water. Fresh water is becoming more difficult to come by.
What do we do?
We stay calm, focus on each issue one at a time, and make a conscious choice to pay attention to prevention and protect our families, our children, our grandchildren and the other future generations. We’ve voted to make the popular products available with our dollars for years.
As we begin redirecting our spending to healthier choices, 1 choice at a time we begin to see a difference in our own household, then those of our friends, and eventually our world.
The change begins with me.
For more information on ways to begin redirecting toward healthier choices or for a personal consultation and road map for you and your household, contact me.
Make it a GREAT day!