Solutions for toxic indoor air pollution

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(NaturalHealth365) Did you know the indoor air you breathe could be slowly killing you? There are literally thousands of chemicals, pesticides and heavy metals that pollute the products you use – everyday! Fortunately, there are many (natural) solutions to improve your health. The NaturalNews Talk Hour presents “Is Your Home Making You Sick” with our special guest, Dr. Edward Group, CEO of Global Healing Center.

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Chemical Toxins in the Air

The average “modern” home is filled with toxic pollution. Chemicals found in glue, paint, furniture upholstery, plastic cases on stereos, iPods, cell phones and toys, synthetic fabrics, pesticides, fumigants, cleaning products, disinfectants, detergents, soaps, beauty products, perfumes, lotions, shampoos, lubricants and much more could be the cause of your sickness and dis-ease. And, don’t forget, those nasty dust mites, mold an mildew.

In 2006, according to the Consumer Products Safety Commission, 150 of the chemicals in cleaning products have been linked to allergic reactions, birth trauma and defects, cancer, as well as mental health disturbances. In fact, since the early 1970’s, the rates of cancer have increased – every year. Many health experts (and scientists) have related the growth of cancer to the increased use of these household chemicals. But, with the right information, you CAN make your home a pleasant, living environment.

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Tips for reducing chemicals in indoor air

Most natural healthcare experts agree that we MUST remove all the chemicals from our household cleaning products. There are plenty of good brand names to choose from in most of the major supermarkets. Plants are a great way to naturally purify indoor and outdoor air. And, remember to open your windows after a rain storm and let the sun shine though for cleaner air space.

Essential oils like, lavender, lemon-grass, and tea-tree or orange-blossom oil can be used to refresh the air. Over time, try to switch over to chemical-free, non-toxic furniture and bedding. And, always buy natural wooden furniture, NOT particle board. If you want to get fancy – invest in a good quality air purifier that employs a HEPA filter and UV & negative ion technologies for best results when cleaning your air.

This week’s guest: Dr. Edward Group, CEO of Global Healing Center

Is Your Home Making You Sick with Dr. Group – Thu. Jan. 12

Dr. Group founded Global Healing Center in 1998 and is currently the Chief Executive Officer. Heading up the research and development team, Dr. Group assumes a hands-on approach in producing new and advanced degenerative disease products and information. A decorated member of the Armed Forces, Dr. Group received two Army achievement medals – a good conduct medal and an overseas ribbon – and was honorably discharged from active duty in 1989.

Dr. Group has studied natural healing methods for over 20 years and now teaches individuals and practitioners all around the world. He no longer sees patients but solely concentrates on spreading the word of health and wellness to the global community. Under his leadership, Global Healing Center, Inc. has achieved the status as one of the largest alternative – natural medicine resources on the Internet.

Clean Up Your Home – Today! On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour – you’ll learn how to identify and eliminate toxins in your home using organic methods. You can transform your home from being sick to healthy in 90 days! Simply click the banner “free shows” on the right column of this page, enter your email address and you’ll receive show details and your FREE 7-Day juice cleanse.

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