Cindy Klement speaking to an audience

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.

PRAISE FOR CINDY'S BOOK

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

Plastic Coffee

Plastic Coffee

Is Bad for the Environment. Right from the start, I knew coffee pods were a bad idea for the health of our environment, and once I learned more about the chemicals used in manufacturing plastic it became even more apparent that coffee pods are also bad ...
Lathering Bodies with Chemical Slurries

Lathering Bodies with Chemical Slurries

We Need to Wake Up. The European Union has either restricted or completely banned more than 1,300 chemicals used in personal care products. In the US? Only eleven. The Guardian reports “The pendulum has swung in an extreme way and it’s really going to ...
Summer Bummers: Preventing Burns & Bug Bites

Summer Bummers: Preventing Burns & Bug Bites

Sunscreen is Killing the Coral. Scientists believe some of the chemicals found in sunscreens have a negative impact on corals. Those chemicals? Oxybenzone and octinoxate. Both Hawaii and Florida’s Key West have banned sunscreens with these two ...