Deb Headworth

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Beautifully Deadly Hygiene

In allergy, alzheimer's, anti-aging, asthma, autism, beauty products, breast cancer, bumpy arms, cancer, cancer risk factors, chemicals, chronic fatigue, Fertility, fetal development, hormone questionnaire, hygiene, immune system, makeup, Menstrual disorders, mercury poisoning, skincare, Women on November 17, 2008 at 6:55 pm

makeup-masquerra

Problems caused: 

  • abnormal hormone levels
  • parabens found in breast cancer
  • mercury poisoning found in eye shadows
  • chronic fatigue
  • liver
  • infertility
  • asthma
  • allergies

Solutions for a Healthy Beauty 

 

More Information:

CosmeticsInfo.org

Babies Absorb Phthalates from Baby Products

Phthalates Information Center

FDA’s Guide to Parabens

Cosmetics, Parabens and Breast Cancer

Toxic-Free Legacy Coalition

Washington Toxics Coalition

The Dirty Dozen Ingredients In Personal Care Products

Vitamin D deficiency causing asthma?

In asthma, bone health, fetal development, lung, mood, obesity, vitamin D on October 15, 2008 at 11:57 pm

Who is most at risk?

  • Those who spend most of their time indoors.
  • Pregnant women

 

Vitamin D has been linked to

  • immune system and lung development in utero. 
  • Higher vitamin D intake during pregnancy reduces asthma risk by as much as 40% in children 3-5 yrs old.
  • deficiency is associated with obesity
  • mood
  • bone health (calcium absorption)

The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

 

more vitamin D info