Imagine if for the past 100 years we had put the same sort of effort and financial resources into developing natural supplements and studying health rather than disease intervention – instead of developing toxic drugs? Personal responsibility has never been more critical to our continued survival.
It was not until my wife became pregnant with my son that I began to scrutinize a world overrun with chemicals. I thought I would be done with the research portion of the program following a few hours on the internet one Saturday afternoon. Three years later, stacks of books, newspapers, magazines, countless hours following online leads, numerous conversations with environmental advocates, I am no closer to understanding chemical exposure but I have added reason to be concerned.
Environmental scientists have been sounding the alarm for years but not much is being done to stop the poisoning of our supply of food, air, and water. For every step forward we take, we slip back even further Continue reading