Monday, April 18, 2016

Cancer From Chemicals? 3 Household Products That Are Known Carcinogens

Recently, I read an article I saw posted in news on the internet that said:

"It’s very well known that certain lifestyle behaviors like smoking, excessive alcohol use, and tanning bed exposure can cause cancer or put you at higher risk for developing cancer. However, you would hardly think that some of the products that you use everyday or that are lying around your house could place you at the same risk, but some happen to contain well known or unnoticeable ingredients that are in fact human carcinogens." (See the entire article at this link:  CANCER AND CHEMICALS )

So, what are the 3 Household Products to which this article was referring?

1.  Air Freshners
2. Cleaning Products
3. Dryer Sheets

Are you still using those chemical laden items? Are they still under your kitchen sink and in your laundry room?
What the article failed to mention was personal care items, which are laden with synthetic chemicals. What we put on our skin, on our hair, on our face, and in our mouths is of far more concern because these chemicals are immediately taken into our blood stream and they now have proof that newborn babies are carrying a heavy load toxins carried to them through the placenta because of the exposure of the mother.

Now I know that many, many people are beginning to understand that this is not a good choice. Unfortunately, they are still being mislead into purchasing items that contain many toxic synthetic chemicals.

It is startling to know that we think we are doing good for ourselves and our families when we choose certain "Green" brands at commercial big box stores - in the hopes and belief that we are not only saving money but are protecting our families at the same time.  However, numerous studies have shown this logic fails in light of the facts.

Recently, I checked the website for Seventh Generation and found that the list of chemicals contained in their products is long, and includes Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, among many others. This is a known toxin (See the Complete List on Seventh Generation's website:  SEVENTH GENERATION). I have so many friends and even family who have told me they are very careful not to purchase products that contain harmful chemicals, but when I go into their homes, this is one of the main products I find there.

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is called SLS for short and is listed by the cosmetics database as a "moderate hazard." What does that mean?

According to the Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep: Cosmetic Safety Reviews,6 research studies on SLS have shown links to:
·        Irritation of the skin and eyes
·        Organ toxicity
·        Developmental/reproductive toxicity
·        Neurotoxicity, endocrine disruption, ecotoxicology, and biochemical or cellular changes
·        Possible mutations and cancer
Does that sound moderate to you? 

Can 16,000 Studies About SLS Be Wrong?

If you visit the SLS page on the Environmental Working Group's (EWG) website,6 you will see a very long list of health concerns and associated research studies. In fact, you will also see their mention of nearly 16,000 studies in the PubMed science library (as well as their link to that list) about the toxicity of this chemical. There are clearly grounds for concern about using products containing this agent. (Excerpted from article on available at this link: SLS EXPOSED ).

You can find many of the studies cited by doing a Google search for "PubMed." Lots of great information available there too.
And if you look at the cost of the group of products people generally choose for cleaning and compare that cost to the cost of the Thieves Household Cleaner, you can see that when diluted (water added according to instructions on the bottle of Thieves Household Cleaner), you pay far less for per ounce and get a toxin free cleaning option when you choose the Thieves Household Cleaner. 

You have a choice where you spend your dollars and what products and companies you reward. 

So, how will you spend your hard-earned money?

Will you choose to reward those companies who are creating more synthetic chemicals every day that add to the burden we and our environment must bare?

Or - Will you instead choose to save money, reduce your chemical exposure, protect your home and your family, and give the Young Living Thieves Household Cleaner a try, just to see how it works for you?

If you just want to try one bottle of the Thieves Household Cleaner, then open your account with Young Living today as a retail customer and order the Thieves Household Cleaner  (Click Here to OPEN YOUR YOUNG LIVING ACCOUNT). They will deliver the Thieves Household Cleaner right to your door. You don't even have to waste time or money going to the store to pick it up.

Want more great information about Young Living Essential Oils line of great Thieves oil infused products? Visit our MONTHLY OILS TRAINING page and enjoy the free videos posted there. Click MONTHLY OILS TRAINING to go directly to that page.

May You Always Enjoy Vibrant Health!
Abundant Blessings,

Dr. Ed and Jacqui Close
EJC Advantage LLC

Friday, April 1, 2016

Join Us In St. Louis, MO on April 9th, 2016

Dr. Ed and Jacqui Close will be speaking in
St. Louis, MO
April 9th, 2016
9 am - 5 pm

You are invited to Join Us for a full day of of education, fellowship and fun - learning about using essential oils for Wellness, Purpose and Abundance.

We are so excited for this great opportunity for people in the Heartland Area to learn about using essential oils from world-renowned speakers. 

Featured at this event:
Ridgely Goldsborough, Author and TV show host
Dr. David O’Brien, PhD in Chemistry, former NASA chemist
Dr. David Stewart, PhD, YL Diamond
Cristina Campbell, YL Platinum
Verna Hopkins, YL Platinum
Dr. Ed and Jacqui Close, YL Gold
Sandra & Norman Sutter, YL Gold
Spokesperson for “Sole Hope”


And we’ll see you in St. Louis
on Saturday, April 9, 2016

This event is hosted by Don and Jane Clair, YL Platinums.
They have arranged for Young Living and Sound Concepts to be there, so this is going to be an extraordinary event. And it is open to anyone and everyone. 

We look forward to meeting you in St. Louis!
Abundant Blessings,
Jacqui Close