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Empowering Audiences to

Minimize Toxin Exposure

Cindy Klement is an acclaimed speaker, published author, nutritionist, herbalist, and adjunct professor - passionate about empowering audiences to live as vitally as they can in our toxin-ridden world.

Empowering Audiences to

Minimize Toxin Exposure

Cindy Klement is an acclaimed speaker, published author, nutritionist, herbalist, and adjunct professor - passionate about empowering audiences to live as vitally as they can in our toxin-ridden world.

Empowering Audiences to

Minimize Toxin Exposure

Cindy Klement is an acclaimed speaker, published author, nutritionist, herbalist, and adjunct professor - passionate about empowering audiences to live as vitally as they can in our toxin-ridden world.

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Your bodys environmental chemical burden book

Your Body’s Environmental
CHEMICAL Burden

"The go-to toxin reference for the 21st century - something every home should have!" (Dr. Deanna Minich, 4x best-selling author)

"Meticulously researched and documented, the information in this book is at once frightening and edifying." (San Francisco Review of Books)

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TIPS & RESOURCES IN A TOXIN-RIDDEN WORLD

Are You Keeping Score?

Are You Keeping Score?

You Should Be. We keep score in sports. Our credit has a score. Couples sometimes keep score to see who contributes more to the relationship. Even music has a score. But what about our food – shouldn’t it also have a score? If we allow food ...
Essential (To Have On Hand) Oils

Essential (To Have On Hand) Oils

Dys-meno-rrhea. It comes from the Greek words dys (which means painful, abnormal, or difficult), meno (meaning month) and rrhea (meaning to flow). So, in other words, menstruation that can really hurt. Relief is Just a Whiff and a Rub Away. Painful ...
O-zoning Out

O-zoning Out

Pollution + Heat = Ozone Action. The Department of Environmental Quality monitors daily air quality. If conditions indicate that the temperature and pollution are high enough, it will create an elevated amount of ground-level ozone. PM 2.5 is Tiny, but ...