Toxin, Toxout

15 02 2014

From the authors of Slow Death by Rubber Duck, Bruce Lourie and Rick  Smith are back with their new, eye-opening book, Toxin, Toxout. Toxins are back, and they’re EVERYWHERE. God, this book was so illuminating and yet so freaking scary at the same time — the amount of harmful substances in our everyday products are causing so many changes in not only the environment, but also to our bodies. I like to think I lead a somewhat healthy lifestyle in terms of staying away from plastics, recycling everything that I can, producing as little waste as possible, but this book made me really aware of the possible amount of chemicals that are in my body from things I never thought of before, like dust in the air and chemicals inside cars. I’m also more aware that I haven’t been exercising as regularly as I should have been (I blame it on school! It’s all university’s fault!), which has also kept toxins in my body.

I could go on and on about all these horrible things, but everyone should really give this a read because this we are all affected by toxic chemicals far more than we realize. And if you care about your health, you probably need to change how you live. Or you’ll dieeeeeeeeee!

Seriously though. Read this book.

PS. Look at the cool underwear Rick sent me! Thanks, Rick!

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3 responses

15 02 2014
Rich Paschall

Oh god, another scary book. I ought to read it because it is best to know what to avoid, so thanks for posting. By the way, those look way better on you than they would have on, idk, me perhaps.

16 02 2014
The Howling Fantogs

Yeah, good choice of underwear. You had many others send them to you?

16 02 2014
weirdduck88

Only one. But that’s one more than I expected. 🙂

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