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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 Body’s Environmental
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"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

Back To School Health Concerns

Back To School Health Concerns

Beginning With Lice. September is “Head Lice Prevention Month” because it’s back to school for kids. Because of the risky chemicals typically used in head lice treatment, Made Safe published a 9-page guide to help parents find safer solutions, such as ...
Vitamin And Herb Supplements

Vitamin And Herb Supplements

Safe Or Unsafe? Most of the time when people buy a health supplement they look at the nutrition label to make sure they are getting the amount of nutrients they wanted, for example 500 mg of calcium. What they don’t do is look further down the ...
Fresh, Seasonal, Locally Grown

Fresh, Seasonal, Locally Grown

Where Did All The Farmers Go? There were 7.6 million family farmworkers – nearly 64% of the labor force – in the mid 1800s, while today that number is a mere 1.9 million. Families living on farms tended to eat well because fruits, vegetables, milk,, ...