Enough is Enough! Fight for Kids!

Headline news this week reported that the rate of autism in America has increased by 78% since 2006.  Cancer is now the #1 killer of children in the U.S.  It used to be drowning.  Kids in America don’t have a fighting chance UNLESS WE wake up and make changes to protect them and all future generations.  Below is an excerpt from the 2008-2009 GOVERNMENT report entitled “Reducing Environmental Risk of Cancer…What Can We Do”.  It should curl your toes.

It is vitally important to recognize that children are far more susceptible to damage from environmental carcinogens and endocrine-disrupting compounds than adults. To the extent possible, parents and child care providers should choose foods, house and garden products, play spaces, toys, medicines, and medical tests that will minimize children’s exposure to toxics. Ideally, both mothers and fathers should avoid exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals and known or suspected carcinogens prior to a child’s conception and throughout pregnancy and early life, when risk of damage is greatest.

What?  Both mother AND father should avoid danger prior to conception?  Even tap and bottled water contain “endocrine-disrupting chemicals”!!!

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to conclude that if BOTH male and female play a role in the well being of the life of their child, then exposure/toxicity is being passed on  genetically through the umbilical “nutrients”.  YOU CAN DO SOMETHING ABOUT THAT!  The final paragraph of the government report says:

Each person can become an active voice in his or her community

When is enough enough?  Won’t you fight back?  Stop looking for a quick fix through the latest “wonder drug” or a surgery!  Take responsibility for your yourself and your family.   You’re worth it.



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