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10 Tips to Help Reduce Your Exposure to BPA

10 Tips to Help Reduce Your Expsoure to BPA GoodGirlGoneGreen.com

BPA and other toxins that can be found in our our food and products are at levels dangerous enough to be concerned with and we need to encourage companies to ditch the chemicals and toxins in our products. What is BPA? BPA is one of the most common chemicals to which we are exposed to […]

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Are Thermal Paper Receipts Toxic?

Are Thermal Paper Receipts Toxic? GoodGirlGoneGreen.com #toxic #safe #receipts #BPA

How many time a week do you touch a receipt and not wash your hands after? Probably all the time. What happens if I know told you that thermal paper used in point-of-sale receipts (e.g., for credit card purchases), shipping or other container labels, automated-teller machine receipts, parking tickets, and luggage tags, among others contain […]

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Disney: Ditch the Toxic Chemicals

Lori from Groovy Green Livin began a petition back in September asking Disney to remove the toxic chemicals found in their Spiderman and princess lunch boxes. Crickets!? Seriously? Disney has not responded to the over 60,000 people that have signed the petition. It is time to send Disney another message this Valentine’s Day. Disney is […]

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Join us. Tell Tide to take the cancer out.

It is the month of October, and you will see pink everywhere and on everything. From t-shirts to NFL cleats, and cosmetics to cleaning products. There are certainly lots of companies and organization working together to fight breast cancer and make a difference, but there are many companies simply making their products all pink and pretty to […]

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Breaking up is hard to do, or is it?

David Suzuki’s very own Queen of Green is inviting Canadians to breakup with their household cleaners with a 4 week Spring Breakup Campaign to help rid our homes of everyday cleaners that could potentially be harming us and our family. Over a 4 week period, Lindsay, aka Queen of Green, will be offering advice on how to avoid toxic […]

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David Suzuki’s Queen of Green Spring Breakup

David Suzuki’s very own Queen of Green is inviting Canadians to breakup with their household cleaners with a 4 week Spring Breakup Campaign to help rid our homes of everyday cleaners that could potentially be harming us and our family. Over the next 4 weeks, Lindsay aka Queen of Green will be offering advice on […]

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5 ways to Help Create a Non-toxic Environment

We are exposed to toxins on a daily basis, but just how much depends on the foods we eat, the furniture we sit on, the lotions we decide to put on our bodies, etc. The degree to which we  potentially put our children’s health at risk depends on the different products we decide to bring […]

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I choose dates and raisins

I think at some point we have all fallen victim to the artificial sweetener. I know I have. I was a big diet soda drinker and queen of the green tea and aspartame. I thought this was a fantastic way to loose weight and stay healthy. I have come to realize artificial sweetener and healthy […]

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The Green Chronicles: It is good for your health

While most people make green changes to their lifestyle to positively impact the environment, green-doers usually benefit from an improved health and well-being. Here are some ways that going green is not only good for the planet, but also good for you: 1-Revamping your diet Choosing to eat lower on the food chain decreases the […]

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What will you choose?

Conventional farms apply chemical fertilizers such as nitrogen to promote plant growth, where as organic/sustainable local farms apply natural fertilizers (manure and/or compost). Conventional farms spray insecticides to deter pests and disease where as organic/sustainable local farms use insects and birds or traps to help prevent disease and reduce the amount of pests. Conventional farms […]

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