Reduce your exposure to toxins in everyday life

This Environment Toolkit supports the information and guidance you receive in the Environment Module of the Anticancer Lifestyle Program. The module and the resources included on this page will give you tools you can use to make informed and wise purchasing decisions, in order to reduce your exposure to toxins common to daily living.

Articles & Research

Recycled and Reused Food Contact Plastics Are Vectors for Toxins

From The Guardian, May 27, 2023: Recycled and reused food contact plastics are “vectors for spreading chemicals of concern” because they accumulate and release hundreds of dangerous toxins like st…

Expert Q&A

Expert Q&A 5/2/2023: Deborah de Moulpied, Green Living Expert

In this Expert Q&A, Green Living Expert Deborah de Moulpied answers: Can you explain the research on microplastics and environmental toxins and their impact on cancer? Is silicone safe for baking?…

Articles & Research

Reducing use of personal care products containing parabens and phthalates can reduce cancer cell phenotypes in breast tissue

Estrogenic overstimulation is carcinogenic to the human breast. Personal care products (PCPs) commonly contain xenoestrogens (XE), such as parabens and phthalates.

Tip Sheets

Nontoxic Stain Removal Guide

Are you concerned about the harsh, often toxic chemicals in your stain removers? Then we’ve got you covered with the Anticancer Lifestyle Program’s Nontoxic Stain Removal Guide!…


Best Nontoxic Cleaning Products: Which Brands You Can Trust?

Download the guide “Best Nontoxic Cleaning Products: Which Brands You Can Trust?” Looking for nontoxic cleaning products that you can trust? The Anticancer Lifestyle Program’s Green …

Tip Sheets

Cleaning Products: How They Work and Safety Considerations for a Healthier Home

Keeping your home clean is essential for a healthy lifestyle, but have you ever wondered about the safety of the cleaning products you use?…

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