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No, Your Cleaning Products Don't Really Kill Germs ...for long

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Dr Karen Kan

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Traditional chemically based cleaners kill both the good and bad bacteria. This is the reason doctors give you probiotics (pro life) when you take a course of anti-biotics (against life) to bring your body back into balance. But there's a couple problems with disinfectants and anti-bacterials — first, they only last a few hours and second, they make things worse by giving new bacteria a food source — yes, all the bacteria you just killed. This layer of dead bacteria is called BioFilm and it's all over your house — and new bacteria just love it. While chemical cleaners have been the standard for decades — there's a much better and more natural (GMO and chemical free) approach to cleaning indoors.

 

When I stumbled across Airbotics I was fascinated by their stuff. Airbiotics uses all-natural probiotics formula called StaBiotics™, the only Environmental Probiotic Technology in the world designed to protect indoor living spaces from air and surface contaminants.

I wanted to learn more about how it worked so I invited the CEO, Robert Meirovich on my show to talk more about the science behind Airbotics. 

Join us as we chat about

  • Why our air indoors is so dirty
  • What are the common side effects of traditional chemical cleaners?
  • What health conditions have been scientifically linked to "dirty air" indoors? 

 

We will even open the phone lines for your questions, so be sure to tune in live! 

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