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Today we talk about Womens Health and Kids Health. The Supplements they should and should not be taking daily. The Toxins in your home. Moms are typically the ones who make most family purchases and still do most of the housecleaning... according to recent studies, and generally are NOT aware of the safety concerns about common household cleaners. They do NOT believe that their families’ health may be at risk. Shaklee Corp, the #1 natural nutrition company in the U.S. and maker of “Get Clean®” – home cleaning products that offer natural, non-toxic and biodegradable cleaning choices. Shaklee enlisted Harris Interactive in January 2008 to conduct a telephone survey of 1,108 moms across the U.S. with children under the age of 18 living in their households, about home cleaners and safety. Citing poll results revealing misconceptions, contradictions and the need for more education, Shaklee urges Americans to look at what’s under their own sinks. "Many people seeking cleaner, greener lifestyles consider the impact of climate change, but very few think about the chemicals we are exposing ourselves to every day in our own homes," says Roger Barnett, Shaklee Chairman and CEO. Almost all moms... 95% agreed that household cleaning products can be toxic; 88% agreed that home cleaning products can be harmful to their health and their families’ health; and 61% agreed that the fumes from cleaning products bothered them. However, two-thirds of moms (70%) also agreed that home cleaning products are safe to use around their family, and only 49% agreed that their children may be exposed to household toxins. Home may be where the heart is, but these days it’s also where the toxins are. According to The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the average American home generates over 20 pounds of household hazardous waste every year. Learn How to Get Toxins out of Your Home Today! Shaklee Independent Distributor Scott OBrien http://www.LifetimeForHealth.com

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