Chemical Apocalypse Causes Genetic Damage To Children

The field of epigenetics has uncovered an ongoing chemical apocalypse:

“Red alert for humanity: Chemical damage can be inherited by offspring through unlimited generations”[1]

The Health Coach receives all the daily emails from all the major health and wellness sites. Today’s email contained an article that goes right to the heart of our society’s biggest health challenge. Truly, the playing field has never been so leveled as it is today as we all sit in a sea of chemical pollution.

We do not in any way mean to diminish the other forms of pollution which also surround us. (e.g. radioactive, emr, particulate forms of pollution are also at quite serious levels).

Again the title of the article was:
“Red alert for humanity: Chemical damage can be inherited by offspring through unlimited generations”

Now that’s pretty serious, isn’t it?!

No need to worry about your exposures because there is only so much you can do on the macro level. No reason to fret about your exposures on the micro level, either. This is where you have much control, if you’re smart, observant, disciplined and responsive. Are you?  

Okay, then let’s get busy opening up this can of worms.

Before we do, what might be your primary motivation for addressing all the unwanted chemical pollution in your life. Here’s a statement from the referenced article.

“Epigenetic Transgenerational Inheritance may help explain the rise in autism, obesity and infertility”

Our children, their children and seven generations beyond depend on our coming to grips with this predicament both globally, but more importantly, individually. You can literally save your children’s lives and guarantee their health futures by paying attention to what we are about to share.

First, perform an audit of your living environment. Look at everything in your living space which might be outgassing, spreading particulates, leaving chemical residues, etc. You’ll be amazed at how many sources there are to contend with in just your home.

Then, do the same for your work environment and then your automobile. Did you know there are different filters in your car which need to be changed regularly. Most don’t know and therefore don’t perform this important regular maintenance. Auto shops cannot always be relied upon.

When we say perform an audit, exactly what do we mean? We mean look at everything such as:

• carpet outgassing formaldehyde
• particle board in the kitchen and bathroom doing the same
• chemical laden laundry detergents
• caustic fume-producing drain cleaners
• regular indoor insecticide treatments
• cleaning solutions full of toxic chemical that outgass and leave residues
• mercury-emitting light bulbs
• mold generating HVAC systems
• fiberglass in the attic and wall spaces
• chorine gas from the hot water faucet
• propane and natural gas leaks form weak connections at the appliance or in the garage
• gas fumes from the car parked in the garage
• chemical cleaner containers in the hot garage plus gas cans, old pesticide containers
• we can go on and on and on, but you get the picture —>

Wise to do an audit at your earliest convenience … and then do the very same for your work environment. And then the auto.

That wasn’t so bad, but how do we remediate and find suitable substitutes and heal from the decades of unknown exposures?! We leave these very good questions for future coaching sessions. In the meantime here is an excerpt from the aforementioned article which will further inform your self help process.

Urgent call to avoid all chemicals NOW

Anyone who fully grasps the implications of this research must immediately take urgent steps to radically and permanently reduce their exposure to synthetic chemicals.

“This recent ruling by the FDA not to ban BPA in the United States is, in my opinion, a disaster,” says Dr Crews. “It is a fundamental mistake by a regulatory agency.”

The most common sources of chemical exposure today include (this is my own list, not David Crews’):

• Foods – pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, food packaging
• Insect repellants such as DEET
• Personal care products (lotions, hand sanitizers, cosmetics)
• Plasticizers such as Bisphenol-A (BPA)
• Dioxins
• Hydrocarbons (gasoline, jet fuel)
• Medicines and pharmaceuticals
• Chemicals used in home construction materials (glues, dyes, formaldehyde, etc.)
• Chemical adjuvants in vaccines

“You are what eat … and put on your body”

We especially recommend that you start taking a close look at all the food and beverage you put into your body, as well as as all the stuff you put on your body. Every type of soap, cream, tooth paste, shampoo, cream rinse, anti-perspirant, makeup, hair gel and coloring, etc., etc., etc., Leave no stone unturned especially in this area of your life.

As the saying goes:
“If you can’t eat it, it shouldn’t be put on your body.” That’s because of how well the skin absorbs everything. The skin is such a an effective delivery system for many of today’s pharmaceutical medications, why would it not absorb everything else you put on it

Did we mention synthetic fabrics? Petrochemical derivatives love to pass into the skin, particularly when you perspire, yes? Sweat plus open pores plus petroleum byproducts from synthetic fabrics equals continuous movement into the skin.

The Health Coach, because of chronic skin conditions since childhood, has never been able to sit or lay on any chair or bed that wasn’t pure and non-toxic. What was once experienced as a curse turned out to be a great blessing because he was forced to purchase and use and cover up any material that might be offensive. Yeah, lots of management involved, but in the home you only need to set it up once.

Law #1 in the Proper Remediation of Chemical Pollution

It is usually what you can’t see, or smell, or feel that is doing the most damage. Therefore do not be mislead by the lack of ‘evidence’ or sensory input regarding these matters.

As for the other three major types of pollution, can you feel excessive EMR output? Can you smell radon gas? Can you see microscopic fiberglass dust floating in your airpace within the home?

Dr. Hulda Clark and Hanna Kroeger were two of the greatest pioneers in this field of environmental medicine. We strongly urge those who are uninitiated in this realm to acquire their simple, easy to read books concerning these environmental concerns and consequent health matters.
There are many other more recent treatments of this topic which are also quite instructive … and practical. For instance the following excellent book has just been re-published as:
The Pure Cure: A Complete Guide to Freeing Your Life From Dangerous Toxins

May you enjoy great health,
The Health Coach

[1] “Red alert for humanity: Chemical damage can be inherited by offspring through unlimited generations” –

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