Are you wearing Toxic Clothing? Hormone Altering chemicals are showing up in most traditional brand name clothing. There are some newly discovered manufacturing techniques that are being used that you should be aware of. They include using outright harmful chemicals that get into your blood stream through your skin and the thousands of pores and sweat glands that are open and ready to absorb what is place against them.
This is alarming because you pay a lot of money for clothing, and it should not be poisoning you. No wonder people are having allergic reactions to almost everything, and it may be in the very fabric of your clothing! Be careful of what you place on your skin because you can absorb more from your skin (your largest organ) than you can from drinking a whole glass of anything. When you find out what kind of poisons are in your (and your children’s clothes) you will want to opt for non toxic clothing instead.
There is a new free eBook out called “Dirty Laundry 2: Hung Out to Dry” that you may want to download for free and check out. Clothing from top brands including Adidas, Uniqlo, Calvin Klein, H&M, Abercrombie & Fitch, Lacoste, Converse and Ralph Lauren to name a few have tested high for these neurotoxins (brain and nervous system poisons).
Ever hear of ADD or ADHD, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s. Our brains are our most important organs to make sense of our world and also to communicate with others. We need to protect our brain and nervous systems at all costs. If you’ve used these types of clothing, you will want to consider getting organic cotton clothes or natural fibers that are not treated with cancer causing chemicals and you may even want to do a really good chemical detox using a zeolite based cleanse like Zeotrex and one for the petrochemicals in your clothes like EcoDetox.
You can get Organic Clothing instead, and make sure you wash out any of the chemicals you can. The harmful chemicals that you should not put on or near your skin (particularly your infant, children or seniors) are called nonylphenol ethoxylates (NPEs), commonly used as detergents in industries including the production of natural and synthetic textiles. Another good reason to go natural if you can.
There are natural green ethically and sustainably produced goods, products and organic clothes (some highly fashionable as well) that you might want to begin wearing. You not only protect your own (your families too that are around you) as well as our environment as a whole. When you buy organic clothing, you are getting high quality clothing without the harmful chemicals that can disrupt your hormones and be absorbed into your blood system.
If you’re not sure where to find organic clothing you can find some suggestions below:
- Organic Womens Clothing
- Organic Mens Clothing
- Organic Girls Clothing
- Organic Boys Clothing
- Organic Baby Clothing
- Organic Bedding
This is especially important for infants, children and the elderly as it can affect their more fragile nervous systems and lead to hormone imbalance, ADD, ADHD, Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s, Parkinson’s and other neurodegenerative diseases. You can help save your health, and that of our shared planet by purchasing sustainable green clothing (organic).