Apr 17 - Charlotte View: Celebrating Earth Day with Shaklee 04/17 by Charlotte View Internet Radio | Blog Talk Radio

Apr 17 - Charlotte View: Celebrating Earth Day with Shaklee 04/17 by Charlotte View Internet Radio | Blog Talk Radio

On April 22, 2013, more than one billion people around the world will take part in the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day. From Beijing to Cairo, Melbourne to London, Rio to Johannesburg, New Delhi to New York, communities everywhere will voice their concerns for the planet, and take action to protect it.
Charlotte View in unison with Shaklee with the Dussingers will harness that power to show the world what individuals can do to support our mother earth. We hope to bring awareness across the globe, individuals, communities, organizations, and governments to acknowledge the amazing planet we call home and take action to protect it.
As the number one natural nutrition company in the U.S., Shaklee has been making people healthier for over 50 years. And they've made it part of their job to make the planet healthier along the way. They were doing it back when green was just a color and biodegradable was barely a word. In fact, as early as 1960, Shaklee made one of the first biodegradable household cleaners ever. And we were the first company in the world to obtain Climate Neutral™ certification and totally offset our CO2 emissions, resulting in a net zero impact on the environment.
Shaklee believes that health isn't just about what you put in your body, it's about everything around you. They bring you a full line of natural and nontoxic cleaning choices that are Safe for You, Your Home, and Your Planet called Get Clean.
We all want our homes to be clean, safe places to live -- sanctuaries away from the chaos and cares of the outside world. But toxic invaders may lurk inside your home, putting you and your family at risk.
Children are often more vulnerable than adults to the harmful effects of chemical pollutants because they are growing and developing rapidly. In addition, children’s behavior, including increased hand to mouth activity, a tendency to crawl and play in spaces that could be contaminated, and a lack of awareness about proper safety and sanitary habits, all put children at a higher risk. In some cases, childhood exposure to toxins can cause serious health damage to an individual later on in life.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has determine that common household products such as detergent, floor and furniture polish, paints, and various cleaning products for glass, wood, metal, ovens, toilets, and drains may contain hazardous chemicals such as ammonia, sulfuric and phosphoric acids, lye, chlorine, formaldehyde, and phenol. Air fresheners can also contain chemicals that are harmful to health. Art supplies, such as markers, paint, and glue, may also contain toxic materials. When not properly handled, these products can make the home environment a dangerous place, especially for kids.
 
Contact Information:
Pat Dussinger: pattiedear@aol.com
http://bobandpatdussinger.myshaklee.com
(704) 843-2140

Charlotte View: www.charlotteview.net



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