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Always flush with the lid down!

Perla and Dom:

“Wash your hands and say your prayers because germs and Jesus are everywhere” Even on your toothbrush… Dirty mouth? Clean it up! #toxicfree #germs

Originally posted on My Toxic Free Products- A Healthy Home Company Affiliate:

From http://www.webmd.com Germs in the Bathroom

How we use our Perfect Touch Sanitizer

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ToxicFree® Friday

Perla and Dom:

Great Info I was not aware of! Education is great!

Originally posted on Chaé Organics:

Take care of the skin you’re in!

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Why shop Healthy Home?

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Join Stephen Longard @ 1PM(ET) for a quick overview of Healthy Home–a great intro to HHC! http://t.co/1Q8r9dU31P

Perla Middleton
Founding Member
Healthy Home
dnp1515@gmail.com
http://www.MyToxicFreeClub.com

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Unsure how to start living ToxicFree®?

Our Personal Essentials Bundle is a great first step! http://www.MyToxicFreeClub.com

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Healthy Home is thrilled to announce two new products: Chae & Body Boost and Flo Health Paks!

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Flo Paks are Here & More Powerful Than Ever!

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Flo has a new and improved formulation and look to help you meet your nutrition needs on the go! Our convenient packets each contain two Flo capsules, making it easy to take with every meal.

Now with four patented enzymes and probiotics, our Flo Paks are a potent digestive aid for individuals who consume a diet that contains processed and/or highly cooked foods (which is most of us). Flo Paks also contain more than 10 pure kosher certified, plant-based enzymes for complete digestion to aid in the absorption of nutrients into the bloodstream and organic minerals for utilization at the cell level.

Vegetarian enzymes function in a wide pH range to promote the healthy digestion and absorption of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins.

Learn more and shop now! MyToxicFreeClub.com

Give your brain a boost!

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Brain & Body Boost assists in providing enhanced energy, brain alertness and clarity, total body synergy, endurance and a feeling of well-being. Made with Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs) exclusively from coconut essential fatty acids 6, 8, 10 and 12, just a small amount goes a long way!

Brain & Body Boost is more than just a great addition to your morning coffee or tea. It can also be added to your favorite dressings, marinades, smoothies and more when you need a little extra energy. You can also use a little Brain & Body Boost to condition and protect your skin and hair!

Learn more and shop now! MyToxicFreeClub.com

Perla Middleton
Founding Member
Healthy Home Company
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Undercover Additives: What’s Hiding in Your Foods?

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We’ve all heard the saying, “you are what you eat.” But, do you really know what is in the foods you’re eating? With more than 10,000 additives in the foods we consume as a nation (many of which are banned in other parts of the world), it’s hard to know which additives are safe and which you should avoid.

We’re listing some of the most common additives you should ditch to help equip you and your family on your journey to becoming ToxicFree®.

Nitrates and Nitrites
Commonly Found In: cured meats, drinking water

You Should Know: Environmental Protection Agency refers to nitrates and nitrites as “chemicals used in fertilizers, in rodenticides (to kill rodents), and as food preservatives.” Although Nitrates are a normal part of the diet and can be naturally found in fruits and vegetables, sodium nitrate and potassium nitrite are added to cured meat to preserve its color, prevent fats from going rancid, and stop bacteria from growing.

According to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, exposure to environmental nitrates and nitrites during pregnancy may increase the risk of pregnancy complications such as anemia, premature labor or preeclampsia. Excessive nitrate or nitrite exposure can result in acute acquired methemoglobinemia, a serious health condition.

To rid your diet of nitrates and nitrites, eat as many fresh-cooked meats as possible and read the labels of foods to make sure they do not contain these chemicals.

Artificial Dyes
Commonly Found In: candy, cereal, soda, ice cream, pudding, cakes, cookies, snacks and many other processed foods

You Should Know: On the ToxicFree® Blog, Healthy Home co-founder Brittany Glynn talks about the dangers of artificial dyes including FD&C Red #40 and Yellow #5 and #6. According to a study by The Center for Science in The Public Interest, common food dyes pose risks such as hyperactivity in children and allergies.

Many of the foods that contain these dyes are intentionally marketed toward kids, which can put our children at a greater risk for developing the harmful side effects associated with artificial dye. Avoiding “junk food” is a good way to remove artificial dyes from your family’s diet. Recently, Kraft made an announcement about removing artificial dyes from some of their mac and cheese products.

Potassium Bromate
Commonly Found In: bread, crackers, chips

You Should Know: Potassium bromate is illegal in the European Union, Canada, Brazil, China and elsewhere because it is a known carcinogen in rats.  Even though it has been banned all over the world, it is still widely used in the U.S. in breads, chips and other baked snacks to help dough rise while baking. Though it’s found in some foods, potassium bromate isn’t a necessary chemical. Make sure to check labels to find foods that don’t contain this chemical.

BHA and BHT
Commonly Found In: lard, butter, cereal, instant mashed potatoes, beer, potato chips, baked goods, dessert mixes, chewing gum and other foods

You Should Know: Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) is used as a food preservative as well as in food packaging, animal feed, cosmetics, rubber and petroleum products, and some medicines. It is also used as an antioxidant to preserve foods and keep them “fresh” longer.

Butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT), the chemical cousin to BHA, has the same use. The two compounds are commonly used in conjunction.

The Center for Science in the Public Interest lists BHA as a chemical to avoid and states it is “unsafe in amounts consumed or is very poorly tested and not worth any risk,” and BHT as a chemical you should consume with caution because it “may pose a risk and needs to be better tested. Try to avoid.”

It may seem almost impossible to escape the over 10,000 additives that are in our foods, but you can do your part to remove the most dangerous chemicals. To find ways to avoid ingesting these additives, visit the Environmental Working Group’s Food Scores Database to help you and your family navigate these undercover additives.

Image and content courtesy of Healthy Home Company’s ToxicFree Blog

Perla Middleton
Founding Member
Healthy Home Company
http://www.MyToxicFreeClub.com
dnp1515@gmail.com
404.507.6171

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The Toxic Truth™ Campaign: Kick Toxins to the Curb!

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The Healthy Home Company is committed to fulfilling our mission of making the home a healthier place by ridding homes of the products and chemicals that are harming families. That’s why we’re kicking off the New Year with the Toxic Truth™ Campaign, a collection of interactive tools and challenges, research, and information about toxic chemicals designed to help people decipher the dangers found in the products they use every day.

Take The Toxic Test™
As a nation, we believe that personal care, skin care, household, cosmetic and other industries have regulations that are responsible for providing us with products that are “safe.” But, the reality is that there are more than 80,000 chemicals in use in the U.S., and many are unregulated. As an example, the cosmetics industry alone (which is self-regulated) uses over 1,000 chemicals in cosmetics sold in the U.S. that are banned in Europe.

There are toxic chemicals hiding in the products you use every day on yourself and your children.

DID YOU KNOW…

  • It only takes 26 seconds for the chemicals from the products you use in your home to enter the bloodstream through your skin.
  • There over 80,000 chemicals in use in the US alone, thousands of which are banned overseas.
    Our children are at risk. Babies are born with 200 chemicals coursing through their veins.
  • Studies have found more than 287 chemicals linked to issues like birth defects, developmental delays, toxicity and even cancer.
  • Manufacturers of the cleaning products and laundry detergents you use every day to clean your home (unlike food, beverage, cosmetic and other personal care products) are not required by federal law to list their ingredients.

At TaketheToxicTest.com/502710, we’ve taken the guesswork out of exposing these chemicals, by providing you with an overview of the top Toxic Ten product categories found in the home (including toothpaste, soap and sanitizer, and kitchen cleaner) and outlining some of the dangerous chemicals they harbor.

Many household brands contain ingredients that can cause an array of health risks. TakeTheToxicTest.com/502710 provides information about some of the health concerns and effects associated with those ingredients, and where to find safer replacements.

Join Healthy Home in our mission to make your home a healthier place by logging on to www.TakeTheToxicTest.com/502710, taking the Toxic Test™ and investigating the products in your home. When you’ve finished, we hope you’ll consider purchasing safer alternatives for your family and encouraging your family, friends and loved ones to do the same.

Trash the Toxins Challenge
Once you’ve taken the Toxic Test™, we are going to challenge you to Trash the Toxins. So get your products together and take the test.  Challange will be announced soon so stay posted to this blog.

It’s up to us to protect ourselves and our families by alerting them to the Toxic Truth™. Together, we can share the message and make a difference—one home at a time!

Get started now by visiting www.TakeTheToxicTest.com/502710, to learn which toxic chemicals are found in products inside your home, then take the Trash the Toxins challenge, and kick toxins to the curb today!

*Article reposted from of Healthy Home. Image courtesy of Healthy Home.

Perla Middleton
Founding Member
Healthy Home Company
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Healthy Home Credits are here!

THE PERFECT GIFT AT ANY PRICE!

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Perfect for new members, Healthy Home Credits work just like cash! Give those you love a gift you can feel good about—give Healthy Home credits!

Click here to watch our video tutorial on how to purchase credits and gift a membership using the join process! (Make sure you have the referring member’s ID # handy or go to their website)

Click here to watch our video tutorial on how to make a purchase using credits!

Healthy Home Credits FAQs

Q. How do Healthy Home Credits work?

A. Credits behave similarly to dollars. One credit equals one dollar. You can redeem your credits towards the purchase of products on the Healthy Home website (www.HealthyHomeCompany.com, make sure you have the referring member’s ID # handy or go to their website). For example if you have $10.00 in credits, you can use those credits to purchase $10.00 worth of products on the Healthy Home website.

You can chose to redeem all of your credits toward an order and pay any remaining balance with your credit card or redeem a portion of your available credits towards an order and save the remaining credits for later use.

Q. Will I be charged for shipping when I purchase credits?

A. No. Because credits are not a physical item, you will not be charged for shipping when you purchase credits. If you order physical items with the purchase of your credits you will be charged shipping on the order of those products as you normally would.

For example if you purchase $40 in products on the Healthy Home website and $50 in credits, you will be charged $8 in shipping because your product order does not meet the $50 threshold for free shipping. However, if you order $60 in products and $25 in credits, you would receive free shipping since the total of your product order does meet the $50 free shipping threshold.

When you redeem your credits, if your order is $50 or more at that time, you will receive free shipping as long as the product order is at least $50.

*Free standard shipping is available in the Continental US for product orders of $50 or more

Q. When do credits expire?

A. The expiration date for credits purchased during the Join process is 180 days. If credits are not redeemed within 180 days, the balance will be refunded to the credit card that they were purchased from.

Q. Can I gift credits to someone?
A.  You can gift credits to someone, but in order to receive the credits you must sign them up for a membership. Click here for our tutorial on how to gift credits.

Q. Can I transfer my credits to someone else?

A. No, you cannot transfer your credits to anyone else.

Q. How is sales tax added to my credits?

A. Sales tax is not charged when you purchase credits. Sales tax is charged on the total of your order when you redeem your credits for products.

Q. How do I know my Healthy Home credits balance?

A. You can always see your available balance of credits when you login to your Healthy Home account. Currently, credit balance is displayed in the upper right hand corner of the Healthy Home Company website when you are logged in. They are also displayed on your Back Office homepage.

Q. How do I read a receipt when I purchase with credits?

A. Receipts for orders made with credits will show a line-item where the credits were applied to the total. If no balance was due, the final total will show $0.00. If a partial payment was made with a credit card, then the final total will show the remaining balance of the order after credits are applied.

As always you can email me or call me for questions or more information. This is a fantastic way of securing a membership and having credits on had for those super sales or for new products… think of it as a gift card to Healthy Home :)

Perla Middleton
Founding Member
Healthy Home Company
dnp1515@gmail.com
http://www.MyToxicFreeClub.com
http://www.TaketheToxicTest.com/502710
404.507.6171

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Happy 2015… Where will you go in 2015?

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“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go…”

Dr. Seuss, Oh, The Places You’ll Go!

Perla Middleton
Founding Member
Healthy Home Company
dnp1515@gmail.com
www.MyToxicFreeClub.com

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THE TRUTH ABOUT HAND SANITIZERS: YOU SHOULDN’T HAVE TO CHOOSE BETWEEN GERMS AND CHEMICALS

By: Brittany Glynn
As it appeared in the The ToxicFree® Blog on March 19th, 2004

Okay. I admit it. I am one of those people who opens up doors with a paper towel, flushes toilets with the bottom of my shoe, and if my child needs to sit on a public bathroom toilet and I don’t have a paper seat cover at hand, I use toilet paper. Yep, that’s me.

Like most people, I detest being sick and hate it even more when my children are sick. So, I have a history of using various sanitizing gels, wipes, and sprays throughout the day. Since we stay on the go, much of the time without sink access, the use of sanitizer really adds up for my family.

Not only do these sanitizers dry out my skin, I have always worried about the safety of using them on toddlers and young children. After investigating various sanitizing products, I was alarmed to discover that most hand sanitizers have a higher alcohol concentration than several common alcoholic beverages. And worse, the type of alcohol in most of these sanitizers is not drinkable. It’s actually a poison taken from wood. More research confirmed my concern of the potential dangerous risk of a young child consuming it. I was mortified.

Considering the vibrant colors and delicious smells of many sanitizers on the market, many curious children have tasted them. The fact I often apply it on my children’s hands before snacks when we are on the go, heightens the probability of it getting on their food or in their mouths.

I searched the aisles for a safe alternative to hand sanitizers. After all, hand washing isn’t always available to moms who are on the go. We need to be able to clean our hands safely and effectively after we change a dirty diaper. Toddlers are constantly dropping their pacifiers and sippy cups, and they don’t understand why they can’t have them back until we wash them. Not having an alternative way to clean my family’s hands when water was unavailable was not an option for me.

Yet, I couldn’t find a sanitizer with ingredients that satisfied my high standards for safety. Was it possible to create a certified organic and toxic free sanitizer that contained active antibacterial, antifungal, anti-mold, and antimicrobial ingredients safe enough for a child to potentially consume?

My husband and I were determined there was. After working with chemist and some of the world’s top homeopathic doctors, Healthy Home Company’s Sanitizer Home and Hand was created. 100% toxic-free, its oxygen-rich solution is unlike any alcohol-based sanitizer.

It’s safe and gentle enough to use on anything it touches, even in baby’s mouth or eyes. Mom’s across this nation are spreading the news and sharing the sanitizer. You shouldn’t have to choose between germs and chemicals. Now you don’t have to.

PS- Note from us here at ToxicFreeProducts- Visit www.MyToxicFreeClub.com and you will find this and many other products. This is like our American Express, we “Don’t leave home without it”®. We use it on shopping carts. menus, tabletops at restaurants, door handles, bathrooms, when pumping gas, to get rid of pink eye, to soothe the inside of cheeks when we bite them, to spray on our toothbrushes before brushing… Gosh what don’t we us this on?! I have given them as gifts to teachers and to the whole classroom, to new moms, to strangers at the grocery store (I carry multiples). It does not dry our hands out, it does not smell like a cheap liquor store (the alcohol)… nor does it smell like a discount department store perfume section. It is just as goldilocks said… just right.

To read other blogs by Brittany Glynn and or the Toxixfreeblog just visit- http://www.toxicfreeblog.com

Perla MIddleton
Founding Member
Healthy Home Company
dnp1515@gmail.com
www.MyToxicFreeClub.com</a

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