Lowering your child’s exposure to environmental toxins is a necessity, so avoiding toxic chemicals in baby food packaging and baby food makers is an important step.
Looking at the plastic that comes into contact with our food, we realized we’re surrounded by plastic drinking straws too. So what are they made from?
We’ve seen polyolefin plastic pop up several times recently, so we decided to find out what this mysterious material really is and whether it’s toxic.
We searched for PVC-free mattress covers to help reduce off-gassing from VOC’s in mattress and we also delved into the safety of polyurethane since it’s a commonly used material too.
Need to find the safest sippy cups and drink bottles for kids, you say? No problem! We’ve just finished wading through several hundred options to put together a list of 90 options.
Learn to navigate the world of safer vs toxic plastic with a comprehensive roadmap and you’ll be on your way to replacing endocrine disrupting compounds that mimic or block hormones in no time!
If you’re buying gifts for organic coffee lovers like me, go for these top non-toxic gifts to make sure you don’t ruin their morning buzz with hidden, unwanted chemicals!