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{ else }   Blog: An Introduction to Air Purifiers  
Air purifiers have been around in various forms since the 1940s, when the first HEPA filter was designed to protect workers from airborne nuclear material. Since then, air purifiers have been used in hospitals, work sites, and homes to protect against viruses, mold, bacteria, pollen, pet dander, tobacco smoke, dust mites, and a great number of industrial and household chemicals. The people who stand the most to gain from air purifiers are those with allergies, asthma, and other respiratory ailments.

But everybody can benefit from having cleaner air in the home. The Environmental Protection Agency lists indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health. In fact, the inside of your home could well contain two to one hundred times more air pollutants than an outdoor urban environment.

Air purifier value varies widely. You can spend upwards of $1600 for the best air purifiers known to man, or you can spend as little as $70 for a good car unit. You can also spend an arm and a leg on junk if you’re not careful. One thing to keep in mind when buying an air purifier is unit-to-filter value. If your unit uses a HEPA filter, find out how much it costs to replace the filter. You may end up spending thousands on the filter alone. The question is, what kind of a machine do you want?

Home air purifiers use a number of technological approaches to cleaning your air so you can breathe more easily. They use HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters; electrostatic filters, ion generators, ozone generators, ultraviolet light, and other methods to get rid of both large and miniscule particles. Some operate by drawing in air via a fan, cleaning the air, and re-releasing it. Others work by actually sending out “purifying agents” throughout the room.

Today you have two basic choices for home air purifiers: room air purifiers, and whole house purifiers. Generally speaking, room purifiers are better for air-cleaning efficiency and cost.

Air Purifiers provides detailed information on Air Purifiers, Home Air Purifiers, Ionic Air Purifiers, Ozone Air Purifiers and more. Air Purifiers is affliated with Electronic Air Cleaners.

Posted: May 25, 2008 7:41pm | comment (0) | discuss () | permalink  
Blog: wellness Presenation  

You are invited to learn more about toxic products!!!

Wellness presentations:    on-line

Monday May 5th at 10am or 4pm

Tuesday May 6th at 10am 

Wednesday May 7th at 4pm
Thursday May 8th at 4pm or 5pm
Friday May 9th at 9am                      
 if non of these work then let me know

This is not a sales presentation; it is information about switching stores and buying better, safer, natural products that you already use for less money.
Please let me know which on you are interested in so I can send you the website and I can log in with you!  

DO YOU KNOW>>>>>>>>>>
 The EPA reports toxic chemicals in our home cleaning and personal care products are 3 times more likely to cause cancer than outside pollutants.

The President's Toxic Substances Strategy Committee warns
90% of all cancers are triggered by toxic chemicals in our home environment.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission connects
150 toxic chemicals in our homes to allergies, birth defects, cancer, and psychological abnormalities.

The EPA warns toxic chemicals in household cleaners cause
women working at home to have a 55% HIGHER cancer risk than women working outside the home.

The EPA warns the nation's worst pollution is inside our homes. A number of homes tested have toxic chemical levels
70 times higher inside the home than outside.

The Mayo clinic warns Formaldehyde in our household and personal care products can irritate the respiratory system, cause skin reactions, and trigger heart palpitations.

Harvard School of Public Health warns Formaldehyde can cause headaches, depression, joint pain, chronic fatigue, chest pains, ear infections, dizziness, and loss of sleep.

The California Public Research Group warns Phenol, which is used in most household disinfectants, can cause cancer, deactivate the sensory nerve endings, damage the liver, kidneys, and central nervous system.

Dove Beauty Bar: Quaternium 15: Formaldehyde-Carcinogen. Causes cancer, dermatitis, neurotoxic, sensitizer-poisonous, irritant to the skin, eyes,
and mucous membranes. Butylated Hydroxytoluene, (BHT) Carcinogen.

Johnson's Baby Shampoo: Quaternium 15: FD&C RED 40: Carcinogen, and causes dermatitis.

Crest Tarter Control Toothpaste: Saccharin: Carcinogen, contains Phenol Fluoride: Carcinogen.
If you accidentally swallow more than a pea-sized amount of this, you must contact the
Poison Control Center immediately. This warning does not appear
on the tube.

Tide & Cheer Detergent:
Detergent: Can cause temporary respiratory tract irritation. Symptoms include stinging, swelling, or redness.
Sodium Silicate: Can be corrosive. Can cause burns to the eyes and tissue damage to the skin, as well as cause burns to the mouth, throat, and stomach
if swallowed.
Sodium Sulfate: Corrosive, Severe eye, skin, and respiratory irritant. Can cause asthma attacks.
Trisodium Nitrilotriacetate: Carcinogen

Clorox: Sodium Hypochlorite: Corrosive. Sensitizer: Can be fatal if swallowed. Eye, skin, and respiratory irritant. Especially hazardous to
people with heart conditions or asthma.

Cascade: Sodium Hypochlorite
Sodium Silicate: Can be corrosive. Can cause burns to the eyes and tissue damage to the skin, as well as cause burns to the mouth, throat, and stomach
if swallowed.

Fantastic, Formula 409:Butyl Cellosolve: Neurotoxic. Eye and skin irritant. Damages central nervous system, kidney, and liver. Readily absorbed through
the skin. Damages blood and body's ability to make blood.

Windex Aerosol Glass Cleaner: Butyl Cellosolve (see above)
Isobutane: Neurotoxic

Lysol Disinfectant: Dioxin; Carcinogen. 500,000 times more deadly than DDT
Ethyl Alcohol: Eye, skin, respiratory tract irritant.

Details on the above data are available in "The Safe Shopper's Bible" by Dr. Samuel Epstein, MD. & David Steinman. Macmillian, 1995. Lysol data from "The Environmental Health Newsletter."

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{ else }   Blog: Natural Skin Care For Your Face  

Commercial skin care products may even cause skin irritations. how can you look good with natural? Yes, you heard it right! Nature has indeed been too good to us.

Here are some tips can work more beautiful you:

Juice of an amaranth can be an effective skin tonic. Add lime juice and milk then you can enjoy refreshing skin treatment to promote beautiful skin by gently massage the mixture on your face and neck for about half an hour and rinse it off using lukewarm water before going to bed.

Information from Health and Beauty Tips

Posted: Apr 21, 2008 11:09pm | comment (0) | discuss () | permalink  
Blog: Easy and Effective - Natural Acne Treatment  
The skin is the largest organ of the body, eliminating waste and capable of absorbing what we put on it. When affected by acne, many people seek natural acne treatment to eliminate the problem and not face some of the undesirable side effects of some medication. Diet also plays a vital role in the removal of acne. Foods that cleanse the system or do not place stress on it can help in eliminating acne.

The liver plays the important role of eliminating wastes from the body, and this sometimes includes hormones that cause an increase in oil secretion from the sebaceous glands. There are many foods that aid the liver in this cleansing process, and so a change in diet should be considered a natural acne treatment. The change can include foods that are known to detoxify the body.

Acne Prevention: Better Than Cure

more info at easy good health and beauty tips

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Blog: Funny Diet Tips (GD04)  

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