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You try to live your life healthy, but no matter what you do, you’re surrounded by them: chemicals. Chemical preservatives in your food, chemicals in your clothes, chemicals in the air, in the water that comes out of the faucet AND the plastic bottles you buy at the store—it seems like there’s no way to avoid the toxins the modern world is dead set on putting into your body. Now more than ever, it’s important to take a natural approach to cleaning your house and taking care of your loved ones. If you only knew how.

You don’t want to use products that harm you, but you have no clue how to replace them.

It’s not your fault that you don’t know where to start. Big companies don’t want you to know that there are easy-to-find, natural alternatives that you can use to replace problem household products right now. They’d rather you don’t find out that these natural replacements will not only be better for the environment and for your body, but that they work better than their mass produced products. To find out about natural solutions you need to cut the big companies out of the loop.

One great resource to discover natural household alternatives is the new book, Everyday Roots.Everyday Roots is full of information about how to use the natural ingredients all around you that can make the chores, little emergencies and particulars of your day to day routine safer and more holistic.

You’ll find recipes on how to create natural substitutes for everything you use around the house: things like shampoo deodorant, household cleaners, fabric softeners, laundry detergent, and dish soap. You can even find ways to treat or disinfect colds, coughs, and cuts naturally, without the need of unnecessary drugs. You’re doing it for your health and your family’s health, but it means so much more.

Getting rid of chemical household products doesn’t just purify you, it purifies the planet.

There is a chain that links you to the rest of the world, and the connecting link is made up of the products you buy. Take that bottle of floor cleaner that you keep under the sink for example. The chemicals that fill and went into making that bottle came from factories that polluted the environment. The trucks that brought the cleaner to your local supermarket had a huge carbon footprint, and were fueled by the global oil industry and all the wars and environmental turmoil that come with overdependence on fossil fuels. The solutions in Everyday Roots let you break the chain, helping you free yourself and the planet from destruction. You’ll finally be able to say that it’s not your fault anymore. You can do your part to save the Earth with Everyday Roots.

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