We live in an age of convenience, consumerism, and immediate gratification. But the exponential changes happening in our society have an effect: More toxins are invading our lives than ever before. The best way to prevent harm from toxins is to avoid them – and Janet Newman, Ph.D., can show you how.
Living in the Chemical Age is an eye-opening look at how we can live less polluted lives. In this indispensable guide, Janet identifies contaminants in our food, water, personal care products, environment, pharmaceuticals, and even nature; explains the physical effects these chemicals can have; and explores everyday ways to avoid them.
Whether you’re a mom concerned about her kids or a citizen hoping to positively use your consumer power, Janet’s clear and simple tips will help you make everyday choices that can lead to a healthier world.