The Non-Toxic Revolution

Let’s face it, our world is expanding. As it expands further, more choices for everything from toothpaste to home goods to even fancy potato chips. In an effort to sell more products, companies continually seek out ways to reduce costs, make food taste better, make products more attractive and increase crop yields. One of the tools used to accomplish company objectives is the use of synthetic chemicals. Did you know that there are over 10,000 chemicals found in our food supply alone? And that more are being added daily! There are over 80,000 registered chemicals for use in the United States and a mere 10 percent have been tested for their safety.

So instead of sitting back and thinking about how scary and intense all this information is – Keep A Breast is starting a Non Toxic Revolution!

Non Toxic Revolution’s mission is to inform, educate and inspire young people to revolt against the dangers of toxic chemicals in their environment and food supply, especially those linked to the initiation of breast cancer. Its aim is to focus on prevention as a means to maintaining long-term health and well-being. NTR also provides alternative choices so that young people everywhere can make smart changes.

Learn, share, and Join The Revolution! Watch THE NON TOXIC REVOLUTION at www.kabntr.org, a 2 ½ minute movie letting you know that it’s not too late to take the necessary steps to live a healthy life by eating right and decreasing your exposure to these harmful and disgusting chemicals. You CAN take cancer prevention into your own hands and lower your risk.

Let’s start a huge revolution with this new video: if we all share it with our friends and community, [www.kabntr.org] we can reach millions of people and really inspire change!

Thanks for watching and sharing The Non Toxic Revolution and Joining the Revolution!!

 

 

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A New Medicine for the 21st Century: Bloom Natural Health Naturopathic Boutique Medicine, Modern Scientific Medicine and Natural Healing Methods for Southern Californians
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