Creating a Healthy Household: The Ultimate Guide for Healthier, Safer, Less-toxic Living

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Healthy House Institute, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 701 pages
Bower, who acquired multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) two decades ago, explains health concerns associated with common household products and equipment, and describes products and sources for healthier cleaning, personal care, bedding, furniture, improving indoor air and water, and reducing risk from electromagnetic fields. She also discusses safer alternatives for decorating, clothing, appliances, and hobbies. Of interest to those with allergies and chemical sensitivities. The author edits a newsletter for those with MCS, and has written two previous books on healthy households. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.

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Many consumers are researching alternative products and greener lifestyles owing to the increasing prevalence of asthma, allergies, and chemical sensitivity. The author, who suffers from Multiple ... Read full review


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