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    Links to Help Inform You About How To Achieve Victory Over Our Toxic World

    By Mark Schauss | March 20, 2008

    In my book, Achieving Victory Over a Toxic World, I have a section about links to important websites so you can become better informed about the real issues about our environment. Some are purely educational and provide raw data, others give you tips on how to make your life healthier and less toxic. Today, I want to share some new links (new to me) that I believe are helpful in your journey through the toxic jungle out there.

    Concerned about seafood? Here is a great link to the best, and worst seafoods from the Environmental Defense Fund. You can even printout a card to carry around with you to the store.

    There is no doubt in my mind and the minds of honest scientists that breast cancer is often times caused by environmental toxins. The Breast Cancer Fund believes that the prevention of the dreaded disease is crucial to a healthy life. You can go to this link to read more about the relationship between toxicity and breast cancer.

    The Natural Resources Defense Council is a great place to read up on environmental news from around the world. It gives me a feeling that we can actually win this battle after purusing their web site.

    If you asked me to name the one company that is the worst when it comes to their environmental destruction, I would quickly name ExxonMobil. They fund anti-global warming pseudo-science, they refuse to invest their obscene profits into alternative energy research and they abuse the environment with no regard toward anything but profit. Exxpose Exxon is a great site showing the world what kind of horrible citizen this company truly is. Because of what I learned, I will never buy a single drop of fuel from them, and I hope you boycott them as well.

    Want to learn about the most toxic places on Earth? The Blacksmith Institute is the place to go.  Their top ten list is available here.

    And finally, want to know how long a food or condiment lasts?  Go to the Table of Condiments website for an interesting way of presenting the data like the Periodic Table of Elements.

    Oh and welcome to Spring!!!

    Topics: Health, Research, Environment, Toxicity, Websites, Global Warming, Petrochemicals, Our World, Life | 6 Comments »

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