By Rick Smith, Bruce Lourie, Sarah Dopp
Humorous, thought-provoking, and really irritating, Slow demise by way of Rubber Duck unearths that simply the dwelling of way of life creates a chemical soup inside of each one of us.
Pollution is not any longer with regards to belching smokestacks and unsightly sewer pipes - now, it's personal.
The most threatening toxins has regularly come from average goods in our houses and places of work. Smith and Lourie ingested and inhaled a bunch of items that encompass we all forever. This e-book exposes the level to which we're poisoned on a daily basis of our lives. For this publication, over the interval of per week - the type of week that will be regularly occurring to most folks - the authors use their very own our bodies because the reference aspect and inform the tale of toxins in our sleek international, the miscreant company giants who manufacture the pollutants, the weak-kneed govt officers who enable it occur, and the results on humans and households around the globe. mom and dad and anxious electorate should learn this book.
Key issues raised in Slow demise via Rubber Duck:
• Flame-retardant chemical compounds from electronics and loved ones dirt polluting our blood.
• pollution in our urine because of leaching from plastics and run-of-the-mill shampoos, toothpastes and deodorant.
• Mercury in our blood from consuming tuna.
• The chemical compounds that building up in our physique while carpets and fabric off-gas.
Ultimately hopeful, the publication empowers readers with a few uncomplicated principles for shielding themselves and their households, and altering issues for the higher.