How to avoid toxic metals in your baby's food (and yours)
Upset by reports that up to 95% of baby food contains one or more toxic heavy metals, including lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury?
How to avoid toxic metals in your baby’s food (and yours)
Upset by reports that up to 95% of baby food contains one or more toxic heavy metals, including lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury? Here's the good news: There are actions you can take to reduce your infant's exposure to these toxic metals, and in doing so, improve your own health and that of your entire family.
95% of U.S. baby foods contain toxic metals. Here's what parents should know.
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Guide to Sources and Symptoms of Toxic Metals
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E.P.A. Set to Roll Back Rules on Toxic Metals from Coal Plants
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Tips for making home-made baby food
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How to make your own baby food
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New report raises concerns about contaminants in baby food
By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer- | Last updated: Nov 1, 2019 - 9:20:49 AM Today, as parents shop expecting high quality nutrition, convenience and safe baby food for their young children selecting from the billion dollar industry of store-bought brands, the news is not good. A national investigation found 95 percent of products tested contain toxic chemicals that lower babies’ IQ New tests of 168…
How Worried Should Parents Be About Heavy Metals in Baby Food?
If you’re the parent of a baby, a study out last week may have left you nervous about all the food you put in your little one’s mouth. The new report from a consumer advocacy group found that 95 percent of 168...