Here is how to “Go Green” and make your home a non-toxic environment for your family.
81,000 Chemicals have been registered with the EPA in the last 30 years, and fewer than 20% have been tested for toxicity! The American Association of Poison Control Centers reported that exposure to many popular household cleaning substances can be serious enough to require treatment in a medical health facility. Unsafe cleaning products can be extremely dangerous to you and your family! The National Safety Council reported that, “more children under four die of accidental poisonings at home than are accidentally killed with a gun at home.” You wouldn’t keep a loaded gun under your sink or in your bathroom, yet millions of households keep extremely dangerous household products where children or pets might accidentally get into them.
As silly as this picture may be, this is actually the truth of the matter. Our cleaners are so toxic, there are poison warnings on every bottle!
SO WHAT IS THE SOLUTION? “GO GREEN!”
“Going green” means using products that are safe for you, your kids, and your planet. BT HealthSource believes that one of the best products out there that fits all of these qualifications is Shaklee Get Clean. On April 20, 2007 in celebration of Earth Day, Shaklee’s Get Clean products were featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show. They have also been featured on Rachel Ray and other TV shows. Get Clean products were celebrated for being safe, non-toxic and for creating a positive health impact for your family. Check it out below!
Shaklee Get Clean products are not only eco-friendly but they are cost friendly. The Get Clean Starter Kit costs around $150 but it is equivalent to $3400 worth of normal, store-brand toxic cleaners.
If you are interested in getting rid of the toxic, poisonous cleaners from your home, check it out here Shaklee Get Clean