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Toxins in Everyday Household Products with Anne Steinemann PhD


Toxins in Every Day Household Products Anne Steinemann PhD. Radio Host, Lynn Argent of Living in a Chemical Soup.

“Fragranced consumer products seem to be a major source of problems and adverse affects… So, I wondered what was in all of these products, causing all of these adverse health affects. The health affects people have told me about were such things as headaches, breathing difficulties, dizziness, asthma attacks, seizures and even loss of consciousness. I’ve witnessed people lose consciousness and have seizures around exposures to things like air fresheners or dyer sheets” shares Dr. Steinemann.

Join her for a discussion about chemicals that create fragrances in everyday household and personal care products such as cleaning supplies, laundry detergent, fabric softener, dryer sheets, shampoo, soap, deodorant and more. A serious issue for those reporting adverse reactions (Environmental Illness, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Chemical Injury, Toxic Encephalopathy).

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My Natural Personal Hygiene

Take back the human body! Not that long ago I had an entire cabinet full of products to put on my body. Now I practice a very simple, natural personal hygiene. I’m healthier and happier than ever before and spend a lot less money. For more tips and advice on natural personal hygiene go to


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Baking Soda is Awesome for Cleaning! 10 Cleaning Uses for Baking Soda (Clean My Space)


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Baking soda is cheap, non-toxic and has zillions of cleaning uses. Cleaning Expert, Melissa Maker, shares her 10 favourite baking soda cleaning tips with you! Visit for the full post.

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I think we mention baking soda in about 50% of our videos. The stuff is incredible. It’s cheap, available in every grocery and drug store and has so many uses. It’s fascinating stuff! It’s great for three key functions from a cleaning standpoint: abrasion, deodorizing and whitening.

I could probably do a video on 10 uses for baking soda every week for the next 20 years and never once repeat myself…now do you understand how amazing this stuff really is?!

I also love it because it is safe enough to eat, in fact, it is found in many baking recipes. Therefore, I’m convinced that it is a household cleaning kit staple.

So in no particular order, here you go:

10 – remove scuff marks and crayon marks from a painted wall.

9 – battle the worst body odour with baking soda.

8 – clean and unclog a smelly sink drain.

7 – clean your tile grout. Our in-depth video on grout cleaning

6 – add abrasion to any cleaning product (especially a homemade one) – this puts other products like VIM and Comet to shame. Here’s our video on making your own cleaning products

5 – deodorize your kitty litter box.

4 – clean your non-self cleaning oven. You don’t need anything caustic!

3 – remove hair product build-up from your hair (hair clarifying treatment). Mind=blown.

2 – deodorize your carpets

1 – add to laundry to create an amazing laundry booster!

Have I convinced you to purchase an industrial drum of the stuff yet?

What are your favourite baking soda tips? Let me know if you try any of these and what your results were.

Do you have any ideas for a top 10 list? Let me know!

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