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  Final Thoughts & References

I promise you that by becoming mindful of the above habits, you will reduce your toxic chemical exposure, decrease your risks of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes, you might find that your mood improves, some aches, pains, itches or rashes clear up, and if you already have a generally healthy lifestyle but are carrying a little extra weight, you might just shed a few extra pounds in the process! It’s important to remember that we can’t be perfect at eliminating our exposure to chemicals, but we can make small changes in our daily actions that will add up to some pretty profound changes in our health and the health of our children over time.



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