7 Steps for a Safe and Cancer-Free Home

Nov 13, 2012 by

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Seven important steps to removing the most obvious cancer risks from your home include checking for and removing: radon, nonstick-coated pots and pans, makeup and personal care products with toxic ingredients, BPA-lined cans and plastic containers, cleaning products and air fresheners, toxic building materials and household cleaners, as well as common pesticides and weed killers.

Avoiding canned foods is perhaps your best way to avoid the hazardous plasticizing chemical bisphenol A, as research has revealed canned foods can increase your BPA levels by 1,000 percent in a mere five days. Research has also shown fermented foods can help break down BPA and reduce your intestinal absorption of it.

Research has found that breast-cancer risk is twice as high among women who report the most use of household cleaning products and air fresheners, compared to those who rarely use such products. Women who use make-up on a daily basis can also absorb almost five pounds of potentially toxic chemicals into their bodies each year.7 Steps for a Safe and Cancer Free Home

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