How to Use Less Plastic, Eat Better, Keep Toxins Out of Your Body, and Help Save the Sea Turtles!
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
Now a Denver Post #1 bestseller. Plastic is everywhere we look. Our computers and children's toys are made out of it, and our water and slices of American cheese are packaged in it. But why is there so much and what is it doing to our bodies? Is it possible to use less plastic and be happier and healthier?
In Plastic Purge, ecologist, SanClements has put together the most up-to-date and scientifically-backed information available to explain how plastics release toxins into your body and the effect they have on your and your children's health. Both approachable and engaging, Plastic Purge provides easy-to-follow advice for how to use less plastic, thereby reaping the benefits such as eating a healthier diet and living with less clutter. Dividing plastics into three separate categories: the good, the bad, and the ugly, SanClements shows you how to embrace the good (items like your phone or medical equipment), avoid the bad (food storage containers and toys that contain toxic chemicals), and use less of the ugly (single-use plastic that's just plain wasteful).
With the help of Michael SanClements's Plastic Purge, you and your family will develop easy habits to live a healthier and happier lives.
This is a fabulous and insightful book on plastics, both good plastics and bad. It is certainly an eye opener and a MUST read for everyone living on Planet Earth. SanClements has done a wonderful job bringing this to a level of reading for everyone, thereby making it not only a very informative read, but an easy read. So many things surprised me while reading this book,things that I didn't realize, that plastic manufacturers don't want us to know. After reading this book, I immediately got rid of my plastic shower curtain liner. Who knew I was absorbing toxicities while showering? That was one of many eye openers in Plastic Purge. Get
this book and read up. It's definitely a lifestyle changer