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How To Restore Your Body From Autoimmune Disease

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Now we focus on cleaning up your
skin exposures. By "skin exposures," I mean all the things your skin comes
into contact with... and the sheer quantity of those things will probably
surprise you.

But first, let's get something out of the way that's crucial to all this. The
consumer products industry wants you to believe their "Big Lie". The Big Lie is
that chemicals you put on your skin don't get absorbed into your bloodstream. So
there's no need to make sure consumer products are actually safe.

The FDA and most members of the conventional medical community also believe this
lie: They don't acknowledge the absorption properties of the skin, so they tend
to say that all the things you put on your skin are perfectly safe for your
health even if they contain toxic chemicals. (Of course, these very same
people then promote nicotine patches and other drugs delivered through the skin,
so they do indirectly acknowledge that the skin absorbs chemicals.)

How many different products come into contact with your skin on a regular basis?
You'd be shocked to consider all the sources:

• Perfumes, colognes and other fragrance products.
• Shampoo.
• Shower soap or shower gel products.
• Pesticides used on your lawn which are carried to you through pets or
children.
• Skin creams.
• Sunscreen products.
• Cosmetics.
• Antibacterial hand soaps.
• Laundry detergents and dryer sheets (through your clothing).
• Dish soaps.
• Furniture polishes.
• Household cleaners such as window cleaners.
• Artificial dyes found in clothing.
• Feminine hygiene products.
• Deodorants and anti-perspirants.
• Shaving creams and after-shave products.
• Hair dyes.
• Massage oils and lotions.
• Hair sculpting products and hair sprays.
• Tattoos and temporary skin art.
• Insect repellants.
• Over-the-counter creams: Anti-itch, pain creams, etc.
• Chlorine in your shower water.
• Anti-flea and tick chemicals acquired by touching your pets.

Cancer-causing chemicals

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