“Raising Healthy Children” By Nancy Addison – Best Seller On Amazon!

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I released my new book today on Raising Healthy Children!

It made the best seller’s list!

Raising Healthy Children is a comprehensive book full of encyclopedic information! This book is filled not only recipes and information about how you can raise your children in the healthiest possible way, but also includes resources, references and endnotes to give you the most comprehensive book on how to raise healthy children on the market today. Nancy Addison walks you through the grocery store, shares natural remedies, discusses the health benefits of breastfeeding, shares recipes for non-toxic body products, supplements, vitamins, minerals, and so much more.



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Super Smoothie and Quinoa Milk!

Nancy Addison's Super Power Smoothie


Recipes For Super Smoothie and Quinoa Milk


I love smoothies. They are a fast and easy way to get super, nutrient dense food in an efficient manner. I always felt that breakfast was one of the most important meals of the day.

When my children were growing up, I made smoothies for my children almost every morning before they left for school. If they were racing out the door, I knew that they could drink this on the way to school, and it would sustain them until lunch. I didn’t want them going off without some kind of food in their stomach.


Fruity Protein Power Smoothie



1 c. fresh, organic fruit of choice (freshly pitted cherries or blueberries are good)

1 banana

1½-2 c. organic quinoa milk

1 scoop (4 T.) Vanilla Protein Powder

1 tsp. cold pressed, organic hemp seed oil

1 T. organic, pure coconut oil

2 dates, pitted and softened by soaking them in water for about 20 -30 minutes.

¼ tsp. fresh, soft bee pollen (optional)



Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.

Drink at room temperature immediately.


Variation: Substitute a few drops of stevia or ½ tsp. of xylitol for the dates, if you have high blood sugar.


Serves one.



Quinoa Milk



1 vanilla bean or ½ tsp. vanilla extract

1 c. organic, whole (freshly-cooked) quinoa

2 c. non-chlorinated water

Stevia to taste (optional)

Dash of sea salt



  1. Split vanilla bean and use a sharp knife to scrape out the inside of the bean. Put scrapings in a blender.
  2. Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend well.
  3. Strain through a nut milk bag, or simply drink it as a thicker version. (The more quinoa you add, the thicker the milk will be.)



  1. You can omit or use an alternative vanilla flavor for this milk.

Toffee or vanilla-flavored stevia (by Sweet Leaf) is one I sometimes use instead of the vanilla bean.

  1. You can add a soaked date for sweetening.


Serves one.


By Nancy Addison CHC, AADP. For more information go to:www.organichealthylifestyle.com

Fall & Comfort Food – Nancy Addison’s Favorite Cornbread Recipe

Fall & Comfort Food

         When my children were growing up, I made fresh bread at least once a week and I would time my baking so that it was ready right when they walked in the door from school. Their friends still talk about how great our home smelled.

        Smell is one of our strongest senses and it invokes all kinds of memories and feelings. That is one of the reasons we crave certain foods at various times. When we smell or eat these certain foods, it gives us that feeling of comfort we may have felt at a special time in our life.

         Well, the State Fair of Texas was here these last few weeks. For all of you that don’t know what it is, the State Fair of Texas is a big festival located in Dallas every year. It provides various kinds of entertainment, crafts, competitions, exotic food (like fried oreo cookies), games, shows, displays, vendors, a midway and animals It is the largest state fair in the US and runs for about 3 weeks.

         I always loved eating the corn dogs that they sell there. Eating those corn dogs was a once a year special treat. It is one of my “comfort” foods from my childhood, because it reminds me of being with my family and friends at the fair.

        When I became a vegetarian 27 years ago, I couldn’t eat the ones that they sell at the fair; so I decided to create my own! These are healthier, because they are baked and made from whole grain, healthier fats and organic ingredients.

        The cornbread recipe for this dish can be made on it’s own as a delicious corn bread that can be served with your meal. Being from Texas and part of the south, my grandmother always made me cornbread and black eyed peas for dinner, when I would visit her; so it reminds me of my grandmother.

        This may be a reason I like to make this bread or dish when my children are home visiting. Making this cornbread, as a part of the corn dogs, makes it special and a lot more fun as a meal or snack.
A great side bonus, is that it also makes the house smell great and feel comforting!


corndogsNancy’s Texas Corn Dogs

        Home-made corn dogs! These are delicious and became one of my children’s favorite meals when they were growing up! These are a fun food to make for occasions like football watching parties. Be sure to buy certified, organic cornmeal. This recipe is fairly quick and easy, and, because it calls for quinoa flour, it is gluten-free. I added some options for a vegan version of this recipe in the ingredient list.

        Serve these warm with a little mustard or ketchup on the side.

        This recipe calls for: tiny single loaf baking pans. I bought a bunch of them to use just for this recipe. If you have some large muffin pans or cups, you could use them instead.


2 T. extra-virgin, pure coconut oil
1 c. whole grain, organic, non-GMO cornmeal
½ c. whole grain quinoa flour
1½ T. baking powder (non-aluminum)
½ tsp. baking soda
½ tsp. sea salt
2 eggs (substitute a mashed up banana for a vegan version)
1½ c. buttermilk (you can use a thick coconut yogurt instead for a vegan version)
2 T. ghee, melted (you can use coconut oil instead for a vegan version)
2 T. honey
1 pack your choice of hot dogs (I use a vegetarian version)


1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees.

2. Place coconut oil in the tiniest loaf pans you can find, and let it melt in the oven for a couple of minutes. Remove from oven and set aside.

3. Sift together cornmeal, quinoa flour, baking powder, baking soda, and sea salt.

4. In a large bowl, beat eggs.

5. Add buttermilk, melted ghee, honey, and melted coconut oil to beaten eggs, and beat together.

6. Place a tiny piece of parchment paper in the bottom of each pan.
Coat with coconut oil, and then turn it over and leave it in the bottom of the pan. (This will make it much easier to take out of the pan when it is finished.)

7. Cut hot dogs to fit into the pan lengthwise. Leave a little space at each end for the cornbread to cover it.

8. Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients.

9. Pour batter into the pans over parchment paper.

10. Cut the hot dogs; so that they will fit into the pan neatly in the middle of the corn bread. Place hot dogs in the center of the pan, so that they are surrounded by the corn bread on all sides.

11. Bake about 35 minutes.

Tops should be golden brown and sides should have pulled away from the sides of the pan. (You can do the toothpick test to see if the center is done.)

This recipe will make about 12 mini corn dogs.

1. Have hot dogs ready. When the batter is ready, it is best to get it
into the pans and then the oven very quickly.

2. Larger-sized hot dogs usually taste better.

  1. This recipe calls for tiny loaf pans that are made for baking bread. They are sold separately or as a large pan with individual, mini-loaf spaces. Many stores, including Sur La Table, Williams-Sonoma, Crate and Barrel, and Target, sell the pans. If you don’t want to buy one, simply use a small cooking container that is about an inch and a half deep and longer than it is wide.

  1. You can buy the sticks to put the corn dogs on at those stores as well!

Remember to put in the main ingredient.

The Main Ingredient is Always Love!

Recipe from Nancy’s book, How To Be A Healthy Vegetarian, by Nancy Addison CHC, AADP







Charlene Tilton, Sheree Wilson, Brook Boleyn, And Nancy Addison Attend The White Bridle Equine Therapy Fundraiser Event In Dallas, TX

Charlene Tilton, Sheree Wilson, Brook Boleyn, And Nancy Addison Attend The White Bridle Equine Therapy

Fundraiser Event In Dallas, TX

        Last night I attended the White Bridle Therapy and Horse Rescue Event. It was a wonderful evening at the home of Debbie Mullen and Tim Alexander. The band was Johnny Roger’s band from Chicago. One of his claims to fame, other than being a terrific musician and singer, is that he is Elvis’s 3rd cousin. He played some wonderful country music.
Charlene Tilton ( stared in the TV show “Dallas”) was there along with one of White Bridle’s main chairwomen: Sheree Wilson ( stared in the TV Show “Walker Texas Ranger”) and founder of White Bridle Therapy,  Brook Boleyn. I have volunteered with White Bridle since it was very young. I love horses and children and this has been a terrific experience for me working with this group.
They provide Equine Therapy for children with Autism as well as other health challenges. I also love the fact that they have rescued many fine horses from becoming dog/pet food. Horses are so magnificent and regal. They deserve more humane treatment. This is a wonderful group and I know they have helped many children and horses live happier lives.

“White Bridle’s mission is to serve our community with equine-assisted programs that enable people to live happier, more productive and rewarding lives.

White Bridle is located in Keller,Texas and provides an equine-facilitated therapy program for children.  We offer both a learning program based on our client’s IEP and a speech therapy program.  The programs are a half and hour or an hour long.

The speech therapy program is year round; and the learning programs are booked in 5, 8 or 10 week sessions. “

For more information go to White Bridle TherapyCharlene Tilton, Sheree Wilson, Brook Boleyn, Nancy AddisonNancy Addison and Johnny RogersNancy Addison with  therapy horse with White Bridle Therapyy.

Fluoride In The Water Supply Is Toxic Waste & Is A Health Toxin

Dr. Strayder, Nancy Addison Dr. William Osmunson, Dr. Paul Connett


Fluoride In The Water Supply Is Toxic Waste & Is A Health Toxin


I spoke at a Town Hall Meeting Last night. Important subject that affects us all in the Dallas area. 25 cities around Dallas buy their water from Dallas with this toxic waste / unapproved by the FDA – drug added to our water in a way where they cannot control the dosage at all.

Babies, children are getting amounts that can cause serious health problems, including rare cancers. It can also cause thyroid  and bone problems in a large amount of the population, depending on how much you are ingesting. Too much fluoride can weaken the bones and cause them to become more brittle. It has been linked to bone cancers. It is worse for people who cannot afford to buy purified water or have a water purifier in their home. From my research, there is no benefit from adding this to our water system.

Please help us stop this.

Would you take a drug from a doctor when he can’t control the amount you are getting?

This drug is not approved by the FDA, it is literally toxic waste they are putting into our water at a cost of a million dollars to the tax payers.

Please help stop this tragedy.


Here is an excerpt of my water chapter  from my book:



Water is one key nutrient to our health and well-being. Our bodies are about 66–72% water. Blood uses the water to transport oxygen, nutrients, and antibodies to all parts of the body. Many illnesses are actually a result of dehydration.

Almost all public water supplies have added chemicals to the water supply, including sodium fluoride and chlorine, both of which are poisons. Chlorine was the first poison developed for warfare. Chlorine also destroys the Vitamin E in the body and the good probiotics in the intestines. “Industrial chemist J.P. Bercz, PhD, showed in 1992 that chlorinated water alters and destroys unsaturated essential fatty acids (EFAs), [14] the building blocks of people’s brains and central nervous systems.”135


While showering or swimming in chlorinated water, the chlorine soaks into the skin cells. Our skin is our largest organ. That is why the patch is used to give medicines to people; they absorb directly into the skin and from there into the blood stream.

Research linking swimming in chlorinated pools to cancer and other medical conditions continues to make headlines. The latest such studies come from the Centre for Research in Environmental Epidemiology in Barcelona, Spain. They indicate, among other things, that swimming in a pool with chlorine may increase the risk of developing cancer and damage lungs.136


Sodium fluoride and fluorosilicic acid are common chemicals added to our municipal water supply. Studies were done for tooth decay prevention with calcium fluoride. The companies that had a by-product of sodium fluoride (that can be contaminated with lead and arsenic as well) are companies that make aluminum and fertilizers. Sodium fluoride is the fluoride that the government adds to the water supply. This is added on the pretext that it is good for our teeth and health, but dental studies were done using calcium fluoride, so this is a different type of fluoride from what is being added to the water supply. Fluoride has been used in Chinese medicine as a tranquilizer and also in many places as a rat poison.


According to Paul Connett, PhD, “Fluoride is a cumulative poison. On average, only 50% of the fluoride we ingest each day is excreted through the kidneys. The remainder accumulates in our bones, pineal gland, and other tissues. If the kidney is damaged, fluoride accumulation will increase, and with it, the likelihood of harm.”137 Fluoride affects the thyroid gland and all our enzymatic systems. Side effects from fluoride include weight problems, damage to our immune system, and other serious disorders. These chemically derived fluorides are completely different from naturally occurring fluoride.


Fluoride affects different people and ages differently. According to Connett:


The level of fluoride put into water (1 ppm) is up to 200 times higher than normally found in mothers’ milk (0.005–0.01 ppm) (Ekstrand 1981; Institute of Medicine 1997). There are no benefits, only risks, for infants ingesting this heightened level of fluoride at such an early age (this is an age where susceptibility to environmental toxins is particularly high).138


Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Germany, Belgium, Norway, and France do not put fluoride in their water. Some of these countries have made it illegal to add to the water supply. 


.    135 . Hattersley, Joseph G. “The Negative Health Effects of Chlorine.” Available at findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0ISW/is_2003_May/ ai_100767859/ or on Dr. Mercola’s website at www.mercola.com/Downloads/bonus/chlorine/default.aspx?s_ kwcid=TC|15735|chlorine||S|b|9483696664&gclid=CMjlxLKX6qw CFciC5Qod8y75Nw.

.    136  Popke, Michael. “Studies Reveal More Chlorine Risks, Includ- ing Cancer.” Athletic Business website. September 14, 2010. athleticbusiness.com/editors/blog/default.aspx?id=236.

.    137  Connett, PhD, Paul. “50 Reasons to Oppose Fluoridation.” St. Law- rence University (Canton, N.Y.). These “50 Reasons” were first compiled by Paul Connett and presented in person to the Fluorida- tion Forum in Ireland in October 2000. The document was refined in 2004 and published in Medical Veritas. See: www.fluoridealert. org/50reasons.htm. In the introduction to this 2004 version it was explained that after over four years the Irish authorities had not been able to muster a response to the “50 Reasons,” despite agreeing to do so in 2000.

.    137  Ibid.

By Nancy Addison – Go To www.organichealthylifestyle.com for more information. copyright@nancyaddison2014








Dr. T. Colin Campbell’s Center For Nutritional Studies Features Nancy Addison’s article: How To Have A Healthy Halloween In Their October Newsletter

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This Halloween, I feel everyone can have some fun without ruining their health. I wrote an article about this and put a lot of health information in it. I was thrilled today to find out that T. Colin Campbell used it in his Center For Nutritional Studies Newsletter this week.

I studies with Dr. Campbell at Cornell University in his 3 classes on Plant Based Nutrition.
So, this was such an honor to have my article in his newsletter.
hope you enjoy it!

Center for Nutrition Studies


How To Have A Healthy Halloween
By Guest Author October 15th, 2014 Healthy Kids & Food Education0 Comments


Halloween is almost here and everyone is wondering what costume to wear and what treats to give. Careful planning can make this holiday more enjoyable than you imagined.

Sugar is usually the treat of choice, but it is harmful to our health. Since we want to set a good example for our children, I‘ve found some truly wonderful alternatives that are enjoyable and entertaining. While children may not always appear to be listening, they are always watching, so send a consistent message that healthy eating is important—even on holidays. This can be challenging when the rest of the country is trying to eat as many pieces of candy and sugary desserts as possible.

According to research, one teaspoon of sugar can shut down a person’s immune system for up to 5 hours.[1] Yale University says that children should get only 3 to 4 teaspoons of sugar per day and that an adult should limit intake to 5 teaspoons.[2] This is even possible on Halloween. We all benefit from avoiding going overboard on holiday occasions.

Try to find a healthy balance for your children’s food intake and create an atmosphere of wise choices. First, before going trick-or-treating with your children or sending them to a Halloween party, serve a filling and healthy meal so that tempting sugary desserts and candy aren’t eaten simply because of hunger.

You can also pass out non-edible treats as substitutes for candy. Try things like stickers, crayons, bubbles, kaleidoscopes, slinkies, yoyos, sidewalk chalk, small flashlights, glow sticks, hacky sacks, funny glasses, or other fun gifts. You can even pass out toothbrushes! You can find packs of these online or at the local party or craft stores. Make sure you pick age appropriate treats for children, and especially make sure that the gifts do not include small parts that a child could choke on. Some gifts may be better for smaller children, while others may be more fun or safer for older children.

If you would prefer to hand out edible treats, try some commercially-packaged alternatives to candy like trail mixes, raisins, popcorn packets, or nut butter crackers. People will trust packages from the grocery store more than homemade items, as they are sealed.

For a home party, you can make healthy pumpkin muffins, popcorn with nuts and raisins, or a Goblin Goulash. It is the perfect time to serve a green kale smoothie! (Which I suggest calling for a Halloween drink/treat, Goblin Goulash!) Guests will think they are having a special Halloween drink, when in reality you are introducing a healthy green drink.

With childhood obesity on the rise at an alarming rate, literally doubling over the last 30 years, it is good to be someone who isn’t contributing to the sugar disease epidemic. You’d be surprised how much all of us enjoy an alternative to the sugar laden candy that is so common.

If your child goes trick-or-treating, instruct your child to wait and allow you to inspect the food they collect before they eat it. Tell them that if any candy or food they received isn’t wrapped professionally (commercially), they should throw it away, especially if it looks like there is any kind of tampering (tears, holes, discoloration, etc.) with the package. I always threw out any kind of candy or treat that my children were given that looked suspicious in any way. Don’t take a chance, just throw it out if there is doubt.

If you allow your children to eat candy or treats, be aware that some have a shelf life. If you are allowing your child to have one or two pieces per day, check the candy for freshness or an expiration date before he or she can have it. Teach your children to do this as well. Children can be very responsible if given the chance.

Children’s teeth and gums are damaged by sugar. Dental decay can be painful and damaging to a child’s health. Conditions like this can challenge a person for their entire life. Help your children make the best decisions for their health now. Make certain they brush and floss after consuming sweets. Your children will always be grateful for the love you show them. They may not show it today, but they will recognize and appreciate it more as they grow older.

For Halloween, spend time together, play fun music, bob for apples, make jack-o-lanterns, and bake pumpkin bread or other items that benefit your family’s health. This shows your family how much you really care about them. May you have a fun, safe Halloween holiday.

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Albert Sanchez, J. L. Reeser, H. S. Lau, P. Y. Yahiku, R. E. Willard, P. J. McMillan, S. Y. Cho, A. R. Magie, and U. D. Register. – Role of sugars in human neutrophilic phagocytosis. – The American Society for Clinical Nutrition, Inc. 1973., Copyright © 1973, http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/26/11/1180.abstract
Yale Health Newsletter.Be a “Sugar” Detective. http://yalehealth.yale.edu/sugardetective

Nancy Addison

Nancy Addison is a graduate of the plant-based nutrition certificate program and the author of How To Be A Healthy Vegetarian and co author of Alive and Cooking; An Easy Guide To Health For You and Your Parents. Nancy is releasing her new book, next month: Raising Healthy Children.

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Goblin Goulash for Halloween by Holistic Nutrition Expert – Nancy Addison

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Goblin Ghoulash for Halloween



The four-million dollar sugar industry’s Halloween festival could be just the opportunity you’ve been waiting for to introduce new foods to your child’s diet. Instead of the normal refined sugar and high-fructose corn syrup candies that give their bodies a roller coaster ride, try making them a healthy treat that is also fun. We want to protect our children from harm in all aspects of their lives, and diet is a crucial way of protecting them. The Journal of the American Dietetic Association, published in 1998, showed that children consumed an average of 29 teaspoons of sugar each day, and it is scary to think how much sugar they can ingest in a single day around Halloween and the holidays. Sugar breaks down the immune system and stresses the body severely – contributing to diabetes, obesity, tooth decay and a host of other health problems.


Halloween, however, allows a parent the opportunity to use the spooky goblin, monster theme to make new dishes seem fun and exciting. Did you ever think that green food is the perfect choice for a monster ghoulash, Martian moss drink or witch’s brew? This wonderful, raw, nutrient-dense food can help counteract all the sugar-dense foods they may be eating elsewhere. Children’s organs are forming into their twenties, and the food they eat goes directly into the formation of these organs. Therefore, it is crucial that the foods they eat have a pure, nutrient-dense nature. This makes choosing organic food much more important for children than adults.


I highly recommend making this green smoothie, which is incredibly healthy. It can help adjust the bodies’ PH balance. It may sound spooky to you at first, but give it a try; you may be surprised by the taste. We create and renew taste buds about every two weeks if we are healthy and eating well, which means we are creating new taste buds to adjust to what we are continually eating. So, if a healthier change of diet is desired, try eating the new healthful food for at least two weeks. This will give the body a chance to renew itself and add taste buds adjusted to the new healthier diet. When adjusting a child’s diet to include better quality food, a helpful method of encouragement can be rewarding them for trying this new food (a few bites at least 10 times or for two weeks). There is a good chance that when those two weeks are over, they may actually like the new food. Gold stars, a special outing, playing a game with them or a morning of art can be wonderful rewards for children trying new and interesting dishes.


When your child comes down for breakfast on Halloween week, have this green smoothie – monster drink, witch’s brew, goblin ghoulash or Martian moss – ready in the fun spirit of the holiday and know that you’re giving them something nutritious.


It is best to make this drink in a good blender, because it can turn nuts, seeds, unskinned fruit and vegetables to a liquid more easily. This drink is rich in phytonutrients and vitamin C, so try to drink it within 20 minutes, because the nutrients begin to dissipate after that time.  Iron is more absorbable into the body when vitamin C is present, so if you use spinach, this drink will be rich with vitamin C and Iron. In addition, leafy greens, such as the ones in this recipe, are high in protein without the unhealthy effects of many types of meat. Spinach is actually 45% protein!




Goblin Goulash


 1 – 2 cups     Leafy greens (fresh spinach, romaine, kale in any combination and torn into pieces).

2                  Whole fruits (pear, apple or combination) chopped into chucks with seeds and stems removed; leaving the skin on if you have a good blender.

3                  Dates (soaked in water to soften); seeds removed.

2 cups         Pure water (more water can be added to desired consistency).

1 Tablespoon   Flax seed oil (cold pressed)

1 Tablespoon   Lemon juice (freshly juiced and used immediately).


Directions: Put all ingredients in the blender and blend. Serve immediately.


Have a safe, healthy and ghoulishly fun Halloween!



By Nancy G. Addison CHC, AADP, author of “How To Be A Healthy Vegetarian” and “Alive and Cooking.” Go to www.organichealthylifestyle.com



Air Decontamination Machine That Kills Virus, Mold, Bacteria, Fungi and Odor


Holistic Nutrition Expert and Health Counselor - Nancy Addison Uses This Air Decontamination Machine For Her Family. You can learn more about her machine on her website in her store of Nancy's products.

Holistic Nutrition Expert and Health Counselor – Nancy Addison Uses This Air Decontamination Machine For Her Family. You can learn more about her machine on her website in her store of Nancy’s products.



You may be concerned about the Ebola and other viruses spreading, it is a good time to get a air decontamination machine to make your home and your work place safer. I protect myself and my family.  On my website are what I use in my home and business environment that kills virus, mold, bacteria and fungi.  It also makes the air more bio available. I like it better than an oxygen machine. Great for anyone with allergy problems. There are portable and in duct systems.

Contact me if you want to know more about this system.

ODOROX® technology is the advanced solution for eliminating odors, decontaminating surfaces and purifying the air in your home, office or RV. Designed and built by HGI Industries, Inc., ODOROX® technology is a patented, chemical-free process that converts ambient moisture in the air into atmospheric hydroxyl radicals. ODOROX® hydroxyls flood the room and penetrate fabrics, porous materials and anywhere air molecules can reach to seek and destroy odor molecules, bacteria, viruses, molds and other fungus species, as well as,Volatiie Organic Chemicals (VOCs). ODOROX® Technology aligns with the principles and teachings of Dr. Tennant’s Healing is Voltage.

How Does ODOROX® Technology Work?
Through years of field testing, HGI has developed a patented process that mimics Mother Nature by safely generating hydroxyl molecules indoors.

Contact me if you want to know more about this system.


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Are Your Make-Up and Body Care Products Making You Or Your Children Sick?

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Are Your Make-Up and Body Care Products Making You Or Your Children Sick?


“In the U.S.,major loopholes in the federal law allow the cosmetics industry to put thousands of synthetic chemicals into personal care products, even if those chemicals are linked to cancer, infertility or birth defects. At the same time as untested chemicals have been steadily introduced into our environment, breast cancer incidence has risen dramatically.”

quote from Cancer Fund, “Chemicals in Cosmetics.”


Many people ask me what I put on my body and use for make up. I use a certified organic make-up and skin care line by NYR Organic from England.

I love the safe baby care products that they carry as well as their body care, essential oils and make-up.

One day when my children were small, I read about how the innocent Minnie Mouse Bubble Bath I’d just bathed my children in could cause blindness. I was so alarmed. So I started researching and reading ingredients on everything. How could the U.S. government allow toxin and carcinogenic ingredients in our toothpaste, bubble bath, shampoos, and more?
After going through my bathroom cabinets and reading all the ingredients, I threw out almost everything! Since then, I’ve been extremely careful about what I put on our bodies. Because what we put on our skin, our largest organ, is absorbed into the blood stream, be sure to use safe, toxin-free products.
Look out for these ingredients:
• DEA or Diethanolamine. This ingredient is used in many household and personal products such as shampoo, bubble bath, lotions, and detergents for laundry or dishwashing. DEA is a known toxin in industrial applications, now proven to cause cancer when applied to the skin of rats. Dr. Samuel Epstein, author of The Safe Shopper’s Bible and founder of The American Coalition to Prevent Cancer, is a leading authority on toxicology. He issued a strong warning about the use of cocamide DEA or lauramide DEA. Many products contain these ingredients and simply don’t have warnings on them.(2)
• Propylene Glycol. This main ingredient in antifreeze and hydraulic fluids is used as a solvent. It’s also found in pet food, lotions, shampoos, toothpastes, deodorants, processed foods, and more. A colorless, hygroscopic liquid, it has been tested by the American Academy of Dermatologists and found to cause skin irritation at low levels. It can be harmful if inhaled, ingested, or absorbed into the skin. It can also cause nausea, headaches, central nervous system depression, eye irritation, skin irritation, and gastrointestinal disturbances. (3)
• SLS or Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. This is found in detergents, concrete cleaners, engine degreasers, and more. It’s used in clinical studies to irritate skin tissue. It corrodes hair follicles and impairs the ability to grow hair. When combined with other nitrogen-bearing ingredients, carcinogenic nitrates can form. SLS enters (and maintains residual levels) in the heart, liver, lungs, and brain from skin contact. (4)
• Talc. Talcum powder is a mineral made up mainly of the elements silicon, magnesium, and oxygen. Talc is similar to asbestos and “may result in fallopian tube fibrosis with resultant infertility,” according to Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). “Talc’s harmful effect on human tissue has been known for quite some time. Long ago, its dry lubricating properties were used as a glove-donning powder (easy to glide on) for surgical gloves. As early as the 1930s, talc was linked to post-operative granulomatous peritonitis and fibrous adhesions.” (5)

What we put on our skin, our largest organ, is absorbed right into the blood stream, so it is important to use safe and toxin free products. Babies are precious and fragile. We must protect their skin and put safe lotions, oils and other bath products on them and their bath.

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Sources: 1.“Chemicals in Cosmetics.”
2. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Toxicology Program- NTP TR 478. Two year study concluded 1997.
3. Rub A Dub Dub…Is Cancer In Your Tub. Published by Network News and Publications 1999. Young Living Oils brochure. Website: https://www.youngliving.org/oils4wellness
4. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) 3/15/95 from the Nutrition Health Review , Summer 1995 n73 p.8
and U. S News and World Report, March 17, 1997, v122 n10 p 77.
5. National Cancer Institute 4/22/91

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Healthy Snacks For Children With Nancy Addison and Lisa Pineiro on The Broadcast

Healthy Snacks For Children

I was on KTXD TV channel 47, The Broadcast, yesterday with Lisa Pineiro talking about Healthy Children’s Snacks.
We were shooting off site at the Parks Mall in Arlington, Tx.
Here is the link for the show segment.


Nancy Addison, author, nutrition expert and chef,  talks with Lisa Pineiro about healthy children's snacks.

Nancy Addison, author, nutrition expert and chef, talks with Lisa Pineiro about healthy children’s snacks.