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7 Ways to Cancer-Proof Your Home


Health & Wellness  (tags: carcenogens, cancer, cancer causing products, air fresheners )

Ellyn
- 522 days ago - articles.mercola.com
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...



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mag.w.d. Aichberger (34)
Tuesday November 13, 2012, 8:44 am
There is NO WAY to "Cancer-Proof Your Home". Do not let youself be fooled - The best you can do with al your persoanal efforts, is reduce your personal risk by a very few percent.
The notion that you can "Cancer-Proof" your home or youself by anything short of bringing down this eco-, omni- and suicidal cult(ure) called civilization (though it is behaving extremely un-civilized) is a very dangerous one, and one that helps the current $y$tem to go on poisoning and murdering; a prime example of Lifestyleism.

recommended related viewing: Annie's Toxic Relationship (2 min, utb) by storyofstuffproject

as long as the cornucopia of poisons the Cancer-&c-producing idustry is blessing us with are produced + disseminated, often Mt-wise, consumer-choices can help a little to reduce your presonal exposure, but only little. Sad reality is that poisons have pervaded every last creek, can be detected in every raindrop and are found in penguins and polar-bears, and in *every* mammal's breast-milk on Earth. And NO-one, not one, has been safe any more, for years.

The poisoning needs to be stopped AT THE SOURCE. Otherwise it's bye-bye, humankind ...
" The probable fate of our species is extermination by poisoning. "
-- Rosalie Bertel (epidemiologist)
-- -- quoted in "What We Leave Behind", 2009, (a *highly* recommendable book) by Derrick Jensen and Aric McBay
 
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