Is Your Home a Healthy Home?

Is Your Home a Healthy Home?

How common household chemicals may gradually be making you and your family sick.

It’s alarming but true-scientists and doctors have discovered that there is a connection between our health and the use of common everyday household chemicals. If yours is the typical home, you probably use dozens of cleaning and personal care products, purchased at the local grocery store, which contain chemical ingredients that could be harmful to your health and the health of your loved ones.

Since World War II, there has been a dramatic rise in the number of man-made chemicals we use in our homes. The typical home now contains over sixty-three hazardous products that together contain hundreds of different chemicals. At the same time there has been an equally dramatic rise in the incidence of certain chronic health problems. Research indicates that it is more than coincidence that the dramatic rise in these various diseases has coincided with the increased use of hazardous, man-made chemicals in the home.

For more information on how to make your home and environment healthier, please contact me on Skype. My Skype ID is: drkamalshah.

You can download Skype from HERE

To your success,

‘The Coach’

Dr. Kamal Shah
Pasir Puteh, Kelantan
Skype ID: drkamalshah

Successful People DO Daily… What Ordinary People DO Occasionally


About freedomteamcoach

Dr. Kamal is a Homeopathic Doctor, Entrepreneur, Seminar Speaker and former trainer to many MLM companies. Now Dr. Kamal heads up the FreedomTeam for the country of Malaysia.
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