Six Easy Steps To Prevent Cancer in Your Home

Six Easy Steps To Prevent Cancer in Your Home

1) Clean-Sweep Your Cleaners, Try Eliminating all Toxic cleaning products from you home. These products increase your cancer risk. Bleach based, Ammonia based products that are found in our home for cleaning purposes and killing germs are a serious danger to our health.

The best product to use for cleaning your home is water and soap also, apple cider vinegar and baking soda work very well at disinfecting without the dangerous side effects.

2) Can the canned goods, The lining inside the canned food products are extremely dangerous for us because of the high level of Bisphenol A, this is a commonly used ingredient found in can goods, plastic goods and is very bad for the human body.

You can eliminate some of this toxin from your body by not using food stored in cans or plastic containers.

3) Choose Organic When Possible, By using Organic you decrease your exposure to pesticides which are poisonous for the human body.

4) Trade In Your Teflon, This is very difficult as most of the cookware is made of Teflon; we can substitute this cookware with non-stick (ceramic or porcelain and cast-iron cookware) that do not contain chemicals and dangerous compounds to harm our body.

5) Opt For The Stove Top, always choose stove cooked foods instead of food that has been prepared in the Microwave; it is healthier for you and tastes much better.

6) Toxins Aren’t Pretty, We might be absorbing several pounds of chemicals through the makeup, lotions and other items we use on a daily basis. We must always check the back of our products to see the ingredients used inside.

By making these small changes you will significantly decrease your chances of developing any life threatening disease.

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