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M, this book is not preachy or filled with lengthy scientific definitions.
There are healthier options available, but still is nothing sacred?!
Couch Potatoes will want to turn back time after reading this tidbit: Albas close friend and co-founder of the Honest Company Christopher Gavigan named the couch as one of the most toxic spots in a home.Either way, its the shortest chapter in the book and given the tone of the whole thing, I expected something about organic cotton or natural clothing brands.Hypochondriacs will want to keep WebMD at their fingertips when they see these facts: Today there are more than 80,000 chemicals on the market that have never been properly studied to see if theyre toxic to our health.There are a few throwaway sections, but its an engaging, thorough book and one of the more approachable ones Ive found about making eco-friendly ch Ive blogged prolifically (annoyingly?) about our use of Honest products.Beauty junkies will never see their lipstick the same way: The average personal care product contains around fundamentals of biochemistry 3rd edition voet pdf 126 ingredients.Alba also discusses cultivating a daily eco beauty routine, finding one's personal style without resorting to yoga pants, and engaging in fun, hands-on activities with kids.Another part talks about eating for weight loss, with Jessicas weight loss green drink recipe included.The petrochemicals used in many foundations, lotions and lipsticks are also found in paint, antifreeze and gasoline, and could cause cancer.The government doesnt require pre-market safety testing on any of them.Her passion for this lifestyle is evident and inspiring: being eco-friendly doesn't mean you have to give up everything enjoyable in life.Obviously, the mentions of Honest get more frequent in other chapters (especially the Kids and Clean chapters but the mentions are off-hand and it doesnt feel like reading a brochure.