This book examines the history and changing landscape of our environment in the U.S.
The Fab Four: salt, lemons, vinegar, and baking soda are all you need to make dozens of effective, nontoxic cleaning products for home and body care.
From tainted pet food to toxic toys, Americans can thank the successful lobbying efforts of the U.S.
In The Healthy Home, father-and-son team Doctor Myron Wentz and Dave Wentz walk readers room-by-room through a typical house, pointing out the surprising health risks posed by the everyday products and behaviors of any modern family.
This book shines a light on these toxic chemicals and leads the reader toward a healthier life.
Beth Greer had been living what she considered a healthy lifestyle when a medical crisis prompted her to reevaluate everything from the food she ate to the personal-care products she used and the environment she lived in.
In Toxic Free, Debra Lynn Dadd, hailed by The New York Times as the “Queen of Green,” discusses the hidden toxic chemicals already present in our homes, their varying degrees of danger, and precise, proven methods for eliminating them from our lives in a cost- effective, environmentally friendly way.
In Toxin Toxout, Lourie and Smith give practical and often surprising advice for removing toxic chemicals from our bodies and homes.
This book inspired the creation of the Anticancer Lifestyle Program.