Probably annihilates a while lotta good things besides~like an immune system.Trust me, this is not too far a stretch of an imagination.We are mighty over-chemicalized.It's good to do some research into all those long names in the ingredients before you buy. Doesn't take a B.Chem.Specially if there's small kids, elderly, anyone with already compromised immunity, or varmints in the house.I'm no tree-hugging hippy type per se, but there r some less noxious products out there at a similar cost.Meanwhile the thought seems to be that we'll be blinded by their science, and the product's alarmingly clean smell.
"over-chemicalized" What does that mean, exactly? Life is a chemistry lab. Everything is made of chemicals; those elements on the periodic table. Everything we eat, smell, see, feel, taste is made of chemicals."It's good to do some research into all those long names in the ingredients before you buy"Because something has a long, unpronounceable name means it's dangerous? What utter nonsense.And speaking of research, make sure it's credible. One study is not enough. If you look around you can find studies to support *anything*. sciencebasedmedicine.org is a good place to start. Not Alex Jones' Infowars.
Would think it obvious that we ourselves + all that surrounds us are comprised of chemicals.Having worked in research-you do have to chose your sites with care. Instinctively would steer away from anything called "A. Jones Infowars".Think point I was trying to make was lost here. Some collections of chemicals are more potentially threatening than others when in contact with skin, inhaled, etc.Have a nice day.
"Instinctively would steer away from anything called "A. Jones Infowars" "Amen to that.
Amusingly enough, "Mr. Clean" is called "Monsieur Net" in French, and "Mr. Proper" in German.I wonder what it's called in places like Albania?Would be interesting to make a complete list of such product's names as sold in foreign countries, as for example Mickey Mouse is named differently all over the world.
Then I would appear to be the only person in possession of this ill-informed opinion. And, as you seem to be inferring, naive & arrogant to boot.Was called into the MGH myself this month to see a Specialist about blood results that are "abnormal", & have been since 2007.His first question was "What chemical products do you use everyday?". Doubt this is utter BS.Suggest you go take a bromide.
Bacteria is not a Chemical, smarty-pants. http://ultraclear.com/bacteria.html
"Bacteria is not a Chemical, smarty-pants. http://ultraclear.com/bacteria.html"Pseudoscience.
Apart from the norm, a comprehensive blood test can be useful.And a good warning to be careful.Death by chemicals ain't only way 2 go.But it does happen.
One thing I noticed is that in Canada, you get clear symbols when things are corrosive, poisonous, explosive. Going to the US, there's nothing on the bottles telling you about the danger. Juice or Mr. Clean, same labels. http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ewh-semt/hazards-risques/basics-base/index-eng.php
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