The purpose of this blog is to bring about awareness of the hidden dangers in the food we are consuming and the foods that we are feeding our families, and provide ways to protect our children from these dangers.
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One mother of a daughter with brain injury, found that a grain-free diet was useful in aiding her daughter to heal. Besides using supplements and dietary regimes to aid in her journey to assist her daughter, this mother has realized that it’s important to reach out and communicate. Sharing her struggles online has helped. Encouraging…Read More
Medical birth control is generally full of synthetic chemicals designed to tamper with a woman’s natural cycle. Left to itself, a female’s body has a regular cycle that should allow her to know when she will menstruate and with a little help when she is fertile and when she isn’t. The “little help” comes from…Read More
Blogger and full-time mom Katie Kimball set on a journey to test out the top 25 natural brands of sunscreen. It is recommended that sunscreen be applied to infants if they are outside for over 30 minutes at a time between the hours of 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM. These sunscreens were meant to be…Read More
Trisodium Phosphate (TSP) is often used in paint thinner due to it having high levels of alkaline which help clean various substances. The CDC recommends avoiding all consumption of TSP due to how it can lead to frighteningly harmful health issues such as kidney damage and calcium removal from bones. Unfortunately, this chemical is showing…Read More
The risk for tick-transmitted Lyme disease is still at large, especially for those living in the New England area. Knowing the ways to successfully reduce your risk for tick bites is essential in avoiding the development of the disease. Try to stay on trails when you are in heavily wooded areas, and always put on…Read More
The rate at which pesticides are found in strawberries is both frightening and dangerous when it comes to their consumption. Since strawberries are grown inside soil, they are ultra vulnerable to the invasion of pesticides due to their lifespan starting in such a risky situation. Over 55% of strawberries were found with the pesticide Tetrahydrophthalimide…Read More