Posts Tagged: toxins

What are Microbeads Doing to our Environment?

May 25, 2015

By Dr. Jen Newell The Ontario government is considering passing a motion to ban microbeads from personal care products. Environmental crusaders and concerned citizens have been warning about the environmental threat that these tiny petro-particles pose as they slip past wastewater treatment plants and into the Great Lakes. What are microbeads? Microbeads are tiny (<1mm) […]

New Toxins Threatening Today’s Women

March 17, 2014

By Dr. Jen Newell, ND Recent news has highlighted the health risks posed by sports bottles, personal care products and food containers. Its scary information but how concerned should we really be? Many experts confirm that we should be very concerned, especially because women may be particularly vulnerable. Women tend to accumulate higher levels of […]