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READ THE LABEL [CHAPTER 5] What does “natural” mean?

As you’ve probably guessed, “natural” means all kinds of things. Everyone seems to have their own definition. Here are a few I found just to put your mind at ease. (Yes, I’m being sarcastic.) United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) [As it applies to meat and poultry only.] “Those products carrying the “natural” claim must not contain any artificial flavoring,
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READ THE LABEL [CHAPTER 4] Is your shower killing you?

Okay, don’t freak out. But at the same time, this is important wisdom that you will never forget after reading this post. Please share this information with your family and friends. First, we’ll talk about the four things to consider about chemical absorption, and then we’ll talk about your daily shower. Chemical Absorption 1 – Method of consumption: If you
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READ THE LABEL [CHAPTER 3] How do we accumulate toxins in our bodies?

While it may seem obvious, think of this as a refresher. Food, especially genetically modified, processed or from poor quality sources are chemically laden to prevent spoilage on the store shelves. Plus it adds color and an irresistible taste that triggers your brain into wanting more. (There have been food industry studies on this topic of tricking consumers into an
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READ THE LABEL [CHAPTER 1] The Purpose of Your Skin

The skin is the largest organ in the body, taking up approximately 6 feet in surface area, and weighing about 16% of your body weight. The skin has many functions, not only protecting your internal organs, muscles, and blood from intrusion of infection microorganisms, it also turns sunlight into vitamin D, and regulates body temperature. The skin, unlike most other
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