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How Dirty is Your Kitchen Sponge?

August 17, 2017 by staff content in Health News with 0 Comments

A lot of people just assume that because you use soap on a sponge, it’s clean.

While it’s true that soap does kill bacteria, it doesn’t get all of the embedded bacteria that can live inside the sponge.

A dirty sponge is a detriment to your kitchen, and can often leave dishes that you would think are clean, with a hidden danger on them.

You would think your sponge is the cleanest thing in the kitchen, considering how often it comes into contact with soap and other harsh chemicals.

Surely bacteria wouldn’t be able to survive all the soap and hot water that’s usually around a sponge, right? Well, as it turns out, that just isn’t the case.

A sponge, something that’s supposed to improve your hygiene, can actually be a detriment to your health.

With something you use as often as sponge, you should be careful.

Disease in your sponge

In a study from a joint University team in Germany, they used laser analysis to determine the bacterial composition found inside your average kitchen sponge.

Even in sponges that were “cleaned’, they found not one, not two, but 362 different kinds of bacteria in a single sponge alone.

Five out of ten of the most frequent bacteria strains they found have disease causing potential.

But it’s not just the common cold, or anything mundane.

Sure, things like the flu and rhinovirus are found inside sponges all the time, but there’s more dangerous kinds of bacteria that we need to be aware of.

Found by a study by infection specialists at the King’s College in London, up to seven percent of sponges can harbor the anti-biotic resistant staphylococcus aureus, also known as flesh eating bacteria.

If that’s not reason enough to regularly disinfect and replace your sponge, I don’t know what is.

Not only disease causing bacteria can be harbored in sponges, often there can be bacterial infections that make you sponge smell bad, and degrade over time as it eats the sponge.

Moraxella osloensis is one such bacteria. It loves to live inside sponges, and as it grows, it makes the sponge smell bad, and eats away at its insides.

So if you’ve ever wondered why your sponge or other kitchen cleaning elements smell awful, that might be the reason why.

The inside of the sponge is the perfect incubation chamber for bacteria.

That’s why so many kinds of dangerous bacteria, that wouldn’t ordinarily be able to survive, can be found inside of a sponge.

Wet, full of food particles, and often away from the harsh chemicals that might contact the outside of the sponge.  

This provides the perfect breeding ground for bacteria to survive and collect inside of.

With all these things, it’s no wonder that researchers find so many kinds of dangerous bacteria inside of it.

We all know the dangers of exposure to bacteria. Flus, colds, and everything else.

I don’t think anyone needs to be told to wash their hands regularly, but how many of us wash our sponges?

I’m sure some of us might wash some of the gunk and debris off of them, but that’s not enough.

Just because you make it look clean, doesn’t mean the sponge is actually clean.

Deep inside the sponge, dangerous bacteria can still lurk, outside of our vision.

Properly cleaning your sponge

So what can we do to actually clean the sponges to a sterile state? There’s two things that kill bacteria most effectively, heat and chemicals.

The best thing that we can use in the kitchen is heat, and it’s by far the most accessible to us.

Well, one of the easiest ways you can do this is just by microwaving the sponge. First, be sure to get it nice and wet, but not too soaking.

Wring it out a bit and leave some moisture inside the sponge.

This will make sure there’s plenty of steam in it, when it reaches a decent temperature.

Just put it in the microwave for a few minutes, and that will kill all the bacteria inside of it.

I know that seems like a long time, but don’t worry. You won’t do any permanent damage to the sponge.

It’ll be really hot, so be careful you don’t burn yourself when you take it out!

Another good method is putting the sponge inside of your dishwasher.

There is pretty similar to the microwave method, except it’s a bit more intensive.

Dishwashers are extremely hot, in order to not only get the grime off the dishes, but kill bacteria as well. This will work perfectly for our sponge.

Find a nice spot for it, preferably on the top, where the heat at the bottom won’t melt the sponge.

As well, make sure it’s in a good position, you don’t want the sponge falling through the cracks into the bottom of the dishwasher.

After a long cleaning cycle, the sponge will surely have the bacteria boiled out of it.

Now, the common factor between all these cleaning methods is heat.

Boiling water, or steam that cleans out the sponge, cleaning the bacteria.

However, there are strains of bacteria that are resistant to heat, and as such these methods are not one hundred percent foolproof.

Despite the good that boiling your sponges might do, it’s always better to replace your sponge when you can.

With sponges being as cheap as they are, there’s no reason to gamble with your health over a dollar sponge.

Just simply toss it out and replace it with a fresh one. Your dishes, and your body, will thank you for it.

Researchers recommend you replace your sponge once a week, that way there won’t be any time for bacterial colonies to achieve any significant growth inside of your sponge.

With a combination of properly cleaning your sponge, and being sure to replace it with a new one, you’re sure to have a healthy kitchen.

If you don’t remember anything else, just remember to replace your sponge every week!

Besides kitchen sponge bacteria, there are more than thousands of toxic chemicals in many of the food and products you eat or use every day and they can increase your risk of diseases and even the big C..

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Is Your Wallpaper Toxic?

August 14, 2017 by staff content in Health News with 0 Comments

In homes all around the world, wallpaper is a common material used to spruce up the design of an otherwise boring wall.

Almost any house you’ll see, no matter where, is going to have wallpaper in it.

From your mother’s tacky, off-color wallpaper, to something in your own home. It’s everywhere.

However, inside your wallpaper may lay a hidden danger.

Little known toxins in your wallpaper

Dangerous toxins, generally classified as “heavy metals”, are used in the treatment of wallpaper, helping to make it more resistant to wear and tear.

But, the chemicals used in its treatment linger much longer than they should. Exposure to heavy metals in undeniably awful for your health.

The proven effects of heavy metal poisoning are as follows:

  • Birth defects
  • Learning disabilities
  • Asthma
  • Blood toxicity
  • Reproductive issues

And many more, this is just what the EPA has discovered so far from studying effected populations.

Now, just what heavy metals can wallpaper contain?

Some of those most common ones are chlorine, mercury, arsenic, tin, and lead. Most of us are familiar with the negative effects of lead poisoning, but not as many people know that all these heavy metals have very similar effects.

And we’re surrounded by it on a daily basis in our own homes. Heavy metal poisoning isn’t just the domain of factory workers.

Something that has often been in the news, is the use of lead paint in children’s toys.

These recent uproars in the news have brought attention to the fact that children are especially affected by exposure to heavy metals.

With that in mind, you must be extra cautious that children are not exposed to these materials.

Phthalate: A hidden danger

A toxic substance, known as “phthalate”, is used in the manufacture of wallpaper, and bears a similar consequence of exposure.

It does not stay bound to the wallpaper, and makes its way into the air as a fine powder, which is then inhaled by those that are exposed to it.

Even if your children are not directly exposed to it, there’s many ways they can receive second-hand contact with the malicious chemical.

Any phthalate absorbed will not leave the body for a very, very long time.

Children that are breastfed by someone with phthalate poisoning, will have the dangerous chemical transmitted into their bloodstream as well.

And as I mentioned earlier, children have a much lower tolerance for heavy metal poisoning than adults do.

Even indirect exposure will cause negative effects as well. Heavy metals can be found in the amniotic fluid of pregnant women exposed to such chemicals, and can cause serious birth defects.

Mold in wallpaper

As if potential chemical poisoning wasn’t bad enough, another hidden danger could be lurking in your wallpaper.

Something that is much more obvious to the human eye, and that is mold. We’ve all seen moldy wallpaper, and it’s just as disgusting for your health, as it is to look at.

As air passes over mold, it releases mold spores into the air, which help the growth spread to other parts of your house.

And in doing this, it exposes you to the detrimental toxins of mold. When introduced to your lungs, it can cause something known as “sick building syndrome”.

It doesn’t seem like a very scientific term, but it’s a term that’s used to describe symptoms very similar to asthma.

However, it is temporary, and recovery is possible from the passing effects. If you have symptoms similar to these, which do not end when seasons change, there’s a cause for concern.

Your home could very well be infected with mold.

There’s many, many kinds of mold that could be growing on your wallpaper, and none of them have anything pleasant to them.

The growth of mold is fueled by moisture, and can pop up anywhere in your home. Exposure to it can be quite disastrous, with some strains even causing serious respiratory problems.

However, most strains have more common health concerns.

Mold on your wallpaper can cause a variety of health issues, such as:

  • Headaches
  • Trouble breathing
  • Fatigue

It’s often hard to notice, but it’s something that you should definitely keep an eye out for.

Now that you know the dangers of mold growing on your wallpaper, what can you do to both look out for mold growth, and prevent it?

Treatment and prevention

Mold thrives on humidity. The best thing you can do for prevention of mold growth, is to ensure that your home has proper levels of humidity.

HVAC, or any form of dehumidifier will be a great boon to preventing the growth of any kind of household mold.

Identifying mold on your wallpaper is as simple visually inspecting it.

Small spots of it will often be visible in any effected area. As well, the smell of the mold is extremely apparent in most cases. But if you are looking to be extra thorough, you will need to check behind it as well.

Opening up these pockets of mold is a risky process best left to professionals, but with some commitment it can be done at your own pace.

At a hardware store, look for a cartridge-type respirator. Simple small covering masks will not do for this sort of work, you’re going to want to minimize your exposure to the open mold.

Wet the wallpaper down first so you avoid the spreading of any more mold spores. Then, carefully peel the wallpaper off the wall, a small utility knife may aid in this process.

Once you’ve removed all the wallpaper, it’s time to wash down the wall.

A bleach and water solution will help to kill any existing mold on the wall, and you’ll have it sanitized in no time. Just be sure to be very thorough in your scrubbing; the smallest bit of mold left can grow back into a large colony.

If you’re going to put up new wallpaper following this, I’d suggest using nonwoven wallpaper. Its structure allows the wallpaper to breath, unlike traditional vinyl wallpaper.

If you are wallpapering a new room, I would highly suggest that you look into nonwoven wallpaper. Although you’ll be paying a premium for it, the costs much outweigh the detriment that mold can pose to your health.

Besides phthalates and wallpaper molds, there are more than thousands of toxic chemicals in many of the food and products you eat or use every day and they can increase your risk of diseases and even the big C..

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Can Talcum Powder Cause Cancer?

August 10, 2017 by staff content in Health News with 1 Comment

Talcum powder was first marketed for cosmetic use in the early 1900’s.

It quickly became a popular product for women and children to be used in private areas to help reduce the amount of moisture on the skin.

In the 1970’s, researches started doing studies on the risks of talcum powder being used in the genital area and found that many of the ovarian tumors tested had talc particles embedded in them.

Because of these findings there have been multiple lawsuits against Johnson and Johnson.

First lawsuit

February 2016, Jacqueline Fox, 62, was awarded $72 million, $10 million was for compensatory damages and $62 million for punitive damages.

She sued Johnson & Johnson, a pharmaceutical giant, claiming their talcum powder contributed in giving her ovarian cancer.

Jacqueline Fox died in Fall of 2015, three years after she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.  Her deposition was provided in a statement she had prerecorded;

It stated she had used Johnson & Johnson powders, Shower to Shower body powder and talcum powder, for 35 years and she believed they were responsible for killing her.

Since Jacqueline Fox passed away before the case was over, her family was awarded the $62 million.

Subsequent lawsuits

After forty years of using talcum powder products made by Johnson & Johnson, a 62-year-old woman named Lois Slemp, of Wise, Virginia, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer (2012).

She sued Johnson & Johnson claiming that her use of the talcum powder is what caused her ovarian cancer.   She won her case and was awarded £85 million which is equal to $112,395,500 in the US.

In 2016 another woman by the name of Deborah Giannecchini from Modesto, California, was awarded more than £58 million, which is equal to $76,699,200, in the US, when she claimed the baby powder from Johnson & Johnson gave her ovarian cancer.

Johnson & Johnson denies the claims against their product and plans to appeal and dispute the scientific evidence that was used in Lois Slemp’s claim.

What is talcum powder made of?

The easy answer is Talc, but what exactly is Talc?  It’s a clay mineral, mined from deposits/stone, made of oxygen, hydrogen, magnesium, and silicon.  Prior to 1973 it also contained asbestos.

It is used for moisture absorption, when you change babies’ diapers, on adults with intimate odor, and in make-up.

At first, it is the asbestos.  But after removing asbestos, does talc cause cancer?

When talc is first mined it contains asbestos, known to cause lung cancer, so in the 1970’s the formula was changed to exclude most, some traces may remain, of the asbestos in Talc products in the US because of the cancer risk from inhalation.

Johnson & Johnson refuses to acknowledge any link between ovarian cancer and talcum powder at all.

They claim, since excluding asbestos, there products are safe for use; but there are upwards of 20 studies that show the dangers of talc.

One study found that women who use talc, only once a week, on their genital area have up to a 36 percent greater chance of developing ovarian cancer.

While women who use talc, every day boost that risk by up to 46 percent.  The research in this study states that talc particles in the ovaries causes a process of inflammation that encourages the growth of cancer cells.

A study done in 1993 by the U.S. National Toxicology Program, found evidence that the talc without asbestos in it had carcinogenic activity.

The American Cancer Society claims talc is not a known carcinogen.  However, they do acknowledge talc, in baby powder and body powder, “has been suggested” to cause ovarian cancer when in direct contact of the genital area.

Two studies reported by the American Cancer Society:

– A study in 1997 found a 50 to 90 percent increased ovarian cancer risk for women who used talcum powder or feminine deodorant sprays in the genital area.

– In 2000, a study found a 40 percent increased risk for one type of ovarian cancer called invasive serous, in those who used talc.

Although there have been many documented articles about the dangers of talc; the real kicker came from the journal Anticancer Research published in 2003.

They offered what is called a ‘meta-analysis,’ a large-scale review, of studies that were published previously.  It showed sixteen studies, that involved 11,933 women who used talc, had a 33 percent risk increase of ovarian cancer.

The Canadian government classified talc as a D2A substance.

The international Agency for Research on Cancer, part of the World Health Organization, says talc is only “possibly carcinogenic to humans,” when used in the perineal area.

Most major health groups have decided that talc is harmless because of other studies that show little to no link between the product and cancer.

With all the evidence from studies shown; the FDA only says they are aware of medical reports showing the increase in development of ovarian cancers in women who frequently used talc in the genital area, but they don’t plan to ban the products or even require the company to add a warning label.

Even with the majority of studies showing a connection between talcum powder and ovarian cancer; The Johnson & Johnson company still claims there is no reliable and consistent data showing any risk of using their product on or near the genital areas.

What can be used instead of talc?

A few natural products you could use are oat flour, cornstarch, baking soda, or baking powder (found in the baking isle).

If you prefer something with a nice scent to it, that is  made by combining the natural products listed above and essential oils, you could try Nature’s Baby Dusting Powder, Honeybee Gardens Deodorant Powder, The Honest Company Organic Baby Powder and Burt’s Bee’s Baby Dusting Powder.

Besides talc, there are more than thousands of toxic chemicals in many of the food and products you eat or use every day and they can increase your risk of diseases and even the big C.

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Does Your Dental Floss Contain Cancer-causing Chemicals?

August 6, 2017 by staff content in Health News with 2 Comments

You’ve always heard your dentist, or orthodontist repeat the same mantra, time and time again.

Brush and floss every night before you go to bed.

Most of us get the brushing part, but few people floss their teeth as much as they should.

Flossing cleans the bacteria out from between your teeth, an often neglected, and much needed, part of our hygiene.

You might be flossing every night, but have you ever stopped to wonder what’s in your dental floss?

What’s in your dental floss?

So flossing is good, right? Well, it depends on what kind of floss you’re using.

Not all floss is created equal. In order to achieve that nice, smooth glide that you associate with floss, some companies use non-stick coating on the outside of floss.

Yes, sometimes even the same non-stick coating on your pans, Teflon.

Your mouth is a mucus membrane, and that means that chemicals in your mouth are directly absorbed, and at an especially high rate compared to anywhere else on your body.

Dangerous chemicals are the last thing you want in your mouth, it’s direct exposure to the rest of your bloodstream. And once these compounds are in, they’re not coming out very easily.

You might be thinking “I cook with non-stick cookware all the time, what’s the issue?”

Well, it’s not exactly the same thing.

The substance that floss is coated in comes off easily, and is absorbed into your bloodstream readily. All these non-stick materials contain something called a “perfluorinated compound”, or “PFC” for short.

The EPA has classified PFCs as “likely carcinogens”.

While most of the time PFCs are found in things that won’t be absorbed by your body, such as, water-proof clothing, water-repellant carpet, and so on; dental floss is one of the few things with these chemicals that you put inside your mouth.

While most people aren’t swallowing dental floss on the daily, it can still flake, break off, and release chemicals regardless. The introduction of PFCs into your bloodstream should be avoided at all costs.

The list of carcinogenic effects associated with PFCs is quite a long one.

Studies have demonstrated increased exposure to PFCs correlating with:

  • Thyroid disease
  • Significant increase in cholesterol levels
  • Kidney cancer
  • Breast cancer
  • Ovarian cancer
  • Reduced fertility
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Birth defects

And this is just what has been found out so far, the effects could be much further reaching than just that. One specific PFC, called “perfluoroctanoic acid”, was generally seen as safe, until a recent study by Emory University.

Over ten percent of people who regularly drank from water supplies contaminated with perfluoroctanoic acid, had readily apparent thyroid problems.

This is much, much higher than the average rate of thyroid problems in developed countries.

An especially big problem with this chemical, is it’s non-reactive. It won’t break down once it’s in your bloodstream very easily, so your only choice is to minimize exposure to it.

Many studies have been conducted on the biodegradability of these compounds, and the outcomes do not look good.

While the EPA recognized some of these as chemicals, big dental floss companies play what I like to call a “toxic whack-a-mole game”, where they introduce new substances that are really just a new coat of paint, on an old toxic chemicals.

These “new and improved” perfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS for short, are the replacement for the Teflon based non-stick coatings that were getting big companies in trouble with the EPA and FDA.

And as you can already guess, they were absolutely no different than the previous dangerous chemicals!

PFAS has been shown in research to be associated with:

  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Increased levels of cholesterol
  • Birth defects
  • Kidney cancer
  • Testicular cancer

A PFC Free Alternative

Are you started to see a pattern here? Almost all of these symptoms match directly up with the previous chemicals that were used in dental floss.

There’s no real “cure”, so to speak, for exposure to these toxic chemicals.

The best you can do is minimize your exposure to them. If you’re already feeling the effects of these chemicals, there’s no reason to expose yourself to more of them. Here’s how you can minimize your exposure.

Stop using PFC coated floss immediately

Manufactures don’t have to label their products as containing these chemicals, so how are you supposed to know what to use?

Well, there are some alternatives. If you want to continue using your floss, contact the company that makes your floss.

Ask them if the floss is prepared using these above-mentioned chemicals, and be sure to be thorough in your questioning.

Your health is definitely worth a few minutes on the phone.

Switch to non-PFC contaminated floss

Although almost all big name floss producers are going to use these chemicals, there are some smaller companies out there that do not use these chemicals in production.

Here are some of the natural brands to check out, specifically created to not contain any PFCs or PFOAs in their production.

If you want to continue to use traditional floss, definitely look for something like this.

Instead of the old, traditional, toxic chemicals that were used in production, it uses more natural coatings to increase lubrication.

Look at alternative methods of flossing

Traditional, wire floss isn’t the final word in terms of flossing.

There’s plenty of other methods that you can use. One of those most popular is known as “water flossing”.

You might have heard your dentist mention this in passing, and it’s definitely something worth considering.

A water flosser shoots a stream of pressurized water between your teeth, to clean out all sorts of nasty bacteria.

So many healthy alternatives are available to toxic dental floss.

With as easy as it is to switch away from it, there’s absolutely no reason not to. Just a simple switch can minimize your exposure to all sorts of dangerous carcinogens, and promote a healthier lifestyle.

Know what’s in your dental floss before you use it.

Besides PFC’s, there are more than thousands of toxic chemicals in many of the food and products you eat or use every day and they can increase your risk of diseases and even the big C.

Go to the next page and & learn how you can protect your body from these deadly toxins –

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Are Air Fryers Really Healthy?

August 2, 2017 by staff content in Health News with 0 Comments

We all know that eating too much fried foods can lead to clogging arteries, obesity, and a number of other health problems.

But most of us still love it so much that and consume these fried foods every day.

That was why Air Fryer was one of the revolutionary kitchen gadgets invented less than a decade ago.

It has been so popular and successful because it allows you to enjoy all kinds of fried foods with little or no oil.

But are they really healthy?

First let’s find out how an Air Fryer works…

 

What is Air Frying?

An Air Fryer kind of does exactly what you expect it to.

They named it quite succinctly. It uses extremely hot AIR, or more specifically “Rapid Air Technology”, to circulate around the food inside of it and create the crispy, fried-like texture.

In fact, the air gets to 392°F (200°C) and creates the frying-like effect with little to no oil at all. A high-speed fan circulates the hot air in the cooking chamber, so that the food gets heated evenly throughout.

The original makers of the air fryer claim that you can cook fries with up to 80 percent less fat than traditional frying methods.

 

Is Air Frying Really Healthier?

Well, technically speaking, yes.

Air frying is healthier than deep frying your foods.

However, just because it is healthier, doesn’t mean it is good for you.

It’s only marginally healthier and as you know, deep-fried foods like chicken and French fries are one of the unhealthiest foods, so air-frying isn’t really any better than deep frying.

Firstly, when you cook foods at high temperature, many of the health benefits like the antioxidants and nutrients gets denatured and the nutritional value plummets.

So if you’re eating fried breaded chicken, all you’re really consuming is just oily proteins.

When we are frying foods to the point where the foods turn crispy and slightly brown in color, carcinogenic chemicals are formed.

When you deep fry meat, it’ll form polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, which is a carcinogen.

On the other hand, when you fry vegetables, like French fries or tempura, acrylamide is formed.

A study done in 2007 found that there is an increased risk for cancer was found in women who had been exposed to acrylamide.

Acrylamide is a chemical found in foods that are fried too much or are burnt.

Additionally, when you fry foods at high temperature, important vitamins such as A, D, E, C, B, and K as well as potassium, calcium and magnesium are destroyed by the high temperature!

It’s especially so for the case of fat-soluble vitamins like Vitamin A, when it leaches out into the cooking oil and can be lost by the high temperature of the cooking oi.

As much as we all love the crunch of French fries, there are no nutritional value from these fried foods.

If you still want to use your air fryer, one thing to note is to use a type of oil that do not oxidize easily.

I would highly recommend coconut oil as it remains quite stable even at high temperatures.

Secondly, avoid frying processed foods as much as possible.

Processed foods are convenient but contains a lot of additives, preservatives and artificial flavor which is unhealthy to your body.

Instead, prepare your own ingredients and foods so that you control what you are going to fry in the air fryer.

Would you still cook with an air fryer?

Besides air fryers, there are more than thousands of products that may produce toxic chemicals in the food that you eat every day and they can increase your risk of diseases and even the big C.

Go to the next page and & learn how you can protect your body from these deadly toxins –

 

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