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Detoxify your home from dangerous chemicals

Healthy Habits Detox PlanCurrently, I’m working with Kent State University, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Greenpeace, and various other non-governmental agencies in providing a Healthy Habits Detox Plan.

Our goal is to encourage and educate individuals and families in ways to avoid toxic chemicals in their homes, workplaces, and communities.

In the upcoming weeks, I’ll be providing valuable information pertaining to toxic chemicals that are putting your health at risk; chemicals found in food containers, clothing, cookware, baby bottles, air fresheners—even receipts from gas stations and ATMs. 

The material I’ll be sharing will help to protect you, your family, and coworkers.

Read, review, share, comment, and take action…

Eliminating Toxic Chemicals

There are toxic chemicals throughout the globe.

Humans consume a myriad of products every day, and companies around the world often produce and release thousands of chemical compounds in our air, water, and land.

Toxic ChemicalsPoisonous gases are stored in chemical factories in many major cities.  These “stationary weapons of mass destruction” are susceptible of getting into the hands of terrorists and also pose catastrophic risks.

Presently, safety standards and rules are not in place for companies to use safer alternatives.

Preventing toxic disasters in our homes and communities is not only governments’ responsibility; we, as individuals wanting to live healthy and safe lives also have responsibilities in our homes, workplaces, and communities to protect ourselves, families, pets, coworkers, and environments.

Certain measures and steps must be in place in order to provide protection from these life-threatening chemicals; however, providing education and information to everyone is critical in achieving our goal of healthy habits of living with a detox plan of action.

Healthy Habits Detox Plan

In order to implement this Healthy Habits Detox Plan of action; to inform and educate people throughout the world, I will use the Internet to reach a global audience.

Presently, I’m engaged in providing blog articles to millions of people using a number of social media networks, like facebook, LinkedIn, and MySpace, to name a few.

An additional method I use to broadcast to large audiences on the Internet is the use of platforms that transmit to social media networks with every article I submit to my blog pertaining to this plan.

Currently, I have friends and associates from various countries around the world; countries like the United Kingdom, India, Africa, Australia, Europe, Thailand, Philippines, Canada, and United States.

I am also a member of many of groups have thousands of subscribing members.

My goal is to share pertinent and vital information pertaining to toxic chemicals to everyone I can, via the Internet.

Inspiring Action

Our plan is to provide critical and time-sensitive  updates pertaining to the dangers of toxic chemical use and waste management in our homes, workplaces, and communities.

With the qualitative and quantitative data we gather we will provide you articles to bring about awareness to toxic issues and dangers you may not be aware of.

I will share the information using my blog articles and encourage everyone take notice of toxic dangers in your homes, workplaces, and communities.

Please join our “Inspiring Action” group on facebook to receive updates and share your thoughts and concerns.  Click the following link to join: Inspiring Action!

Goals of Healthy Habits

Chemicals in the HomeIt is imperative I provide valuable information and monitor the results of my progress in this endeavor. 

I am committed to utilizing the tools at my disposal, and the materials and updates these organizations provide in my attempt to help people throughout the world in using Healthy Habits Detox Plan.

I will work diligently in searching for relevant information to help protect individuals like you, your family, and community and offer a way and means for you to provide any suggestions on your part in our quest to clean up our environment and formulate safe and healthy habitats.

Please support our cause by joining in and sharing your thoughts and concerns.

You can help us by entering your email address below to receive future updates that will help you stay informed of dangers in your home, workplace, and community.

You can also help by sharing this article — we appreciate your support!

About the author: George Zapo is certified in Public Health Promotion and Education (Kent State University). George provides informative articles promoting healthy behavior and lifestyles.

9 comments… add one
  • CecilHGarmen

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  • Tina Bosela


    Thanks for the helpful information. I look forward to reading more about how I can detoxify my home from dangerous chemicals.

    Thanks for all that you are doing to help us live a healthier life.


    • You’re very welcome, Tina!

      Thank you for taking the time to read and comment, as well!

  • Good informative writing on an important health topic. Dangerous toxins, chemicals in one’s life. Including where one works. I think what you wrote is especially true of industries that use benzene and benzene byproducts. Them chemicals are proven to be leukagenic. BTW real medical word. Firms that include chemicals that cause or linked to mesothelioma are terrible too.

    • Thank you for sharing your thoughts and concerns, Lynda! We appreciate your input!

      I look forward to hearing more from you in the coming weeks while we share specific information pertaining to dangerous chemicals we live with on a daily basis.

      Also, please join in on our facebook group for updates and additional information we’ll be providing in the weeks to follow: https://www.facebook.com/groups/HealthyHabitsGroup/

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