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Toxins in Everyday Household Products with Anne Steinemann PhD – A MUST WATCH

This is an amazing video interview with Anne Steinemann PhD. She is a doctor and MCS sufferer for over 15 years. She has done her homework and is a powerful advocate for those of us suffering with MCS and other Neuro Immune Illnesses.
I love that she discusses the fallacy behind MSDS sheets and products containing a “non toxic”, “organic” or “all natural” label.
It has been a huge passion of mine to educate people about this for the past 15 years and often times people are shocked or they simply don’t care.
Thank you Dr. Anne for sharing your passion, your experience and your research with us. I’d love to met you some day, you are on my list of favorite people.

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