THIS POPULAR LAUNDRY DETERGENT DAMAGES THE LUNGS, HEART, KIDNEYS AND LIVER. DO YOU USE IT?

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The detergent you’re using may contain hidden cancer-causing chemicals. These include Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS)/sodium laureth sulfate (SLES), 1,4-dioxane, NPE (nonylphenol ethoxylate, and Phosphates. Many laundry detergent labels state “Free of dyes and perfumes” – which doesn’t mean it’s a natural product and free of carcinogens. Women’s Voices for the Earth, a national environmental group had commissioned independent tests on popular cleaning products.

The tests revealed that many of the products had chemicals linked to reproductive and endocrine disruption, and cancer. What makes it shocking is the fact that these chemicals are absent from product  labels. According to the Organic Consumers Association’s 1,4-Dioxane Facts Sheet, the cumulative effects of 1,4-dioxane exposure, even at very low levels (a few parts per billion) resulted in laboratory animals developing cancer.

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4 thoughts on “THIS POPULAR LAUNDRY DETERGENT DAMAGES THE LUNGS, HEART, KIDNEYS AND LIVER. DO YOU USE IT?”

  1. Many of the popular brands in the health food store contain shit ingredients tarted up as “natural” and “eco” because they came from a coconut or some such. I suggest checking each one. Environmental Working Group (www.ewg.org) is a good place to get the scoop on each listed ingredient.

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