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)

Bestseller Logo #1 Gold Foil NEW
beverly-hills
Finalist 2019
royal-dragonfly

Latest from Cindy's Blog

TIPS & RESOURCES IN A TOXIN-RIDDEN WORLD

Lunch From Home, Circa 1850s

Lunch From Home, Circa 1850s

What’s For Lunch? Think about it. Before processed foods became available no one thought to consider whether or not food was safe for consumption. They had no concerns about whether or not produce was sprayed with pesticides or if wheat used to ...
The Skinny On Obesogens

The Skinny On Obesogens

Don’t Just Blame Fast Food. Many people are not aware there is a group of environmental chemicals categorized as obesogens. When exposed, these chemicals can act directly on fat cells to increase their number or storage by altering mechanisms that ...
Sustainable And Less Toxic Fashion Choices

Sustainable And Less Toxic Fashion Choices

The Apparel Industry. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, one of the biggest polluters on the planet is the apparel industry. Are you aware that it takes the equivalent of 700 gallons of water to produce a single cotton t-shirt? Or that ...