GETTING THE WHOLE STORY

Front cover

What causes cancer, type-2 diabetes and other debilitating conditions? Often it’s the toxic chemicals that surround us and infiltrate our bodies. My book shines a light on these toxic chemicals and leads the reader toward a healthier life. It describes the health damages caused by specific chemicals, and recommends actions that people can take to avoid exposure to them.

On this blog site you have been getting information about invisible environmental threats to your health, and what you can do to counteract them and be healthy. For a full account that will better enable you to protect your health and that of your family, read my updated and expanded book, Healthy Living in a Contaminated World. It is available from Amazon, in a printed or electronic version. You can “look inside” to see the Table of Contents.

http://www.amazon.com/Healthy-Living-Contaminated-World-undermining/dp/1481858475/ref=tmm_pap_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1357683392&sr=1-13

Disregard the older version, “How to be Healthy in a Toxic World.”

If you buy a copy and find it valuable, I would appreciate it if you would write a brief review on the Amazon site (just under the title and my name).

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About donlouis

The author has long had a keen interest in staying healthy and fit, and in doing whatever I can to keep the natural environment unpolluted and a healthy space for people and all animals. As a former Board Member of a municipal water district, I regularly had to deal with the issue of water quality. I first became aware of radiation hazards from toxic materials while working on uranium for nuclear reactors. During the 1960s I was tuned into the global hazard from Strontium 90 raining down from atmospheric testing of nuclear bombs. While working in the chemical industry in later years I became aware of the many forms of chemical contaminants entering the environment every day, and resolved to do something about it. I am able to make sense out of the voluminous descriptions of common toxic chemical because of my training in chemistry, with a Ph.D. degree and several decades of research and development work in the chemical industry. My training and experience enables me to present to readers reliable and current information on the topic of chemical hazards in the environment, and their threats to human health. All my life I have loved hiking and camping in nature. Skiing, river kayaking, and tennis have been my favorite physical activities. Nature photography is my artistic passion.
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