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How To Keep Your Kids From Getting Allergies

Allergies are on the rise!

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, from 1997 to 2011, food and skin allergies increased in children under the age of 18.

Not only that, but allergy complaints among everyone else also grew MASSIVELY over the same time.

There are lots of theories about why this is happening.

But one idea floating around is that we are too clean.

The idea is that we used to be exposed to all sorts of germs.

We would play outside in the dirt and mud.

And our immune systems would get stronger because of it.

But because we live in no-germ environments, we are getting sicker.

Support for this idea comes from a new study.

It found that newborns exposed to dirt, dander and germs may have lower allergy and asthma risk.

So, should you throw your kids into the mud?

Well, maybe.

But it’s not that simple.

It could also be that products we use every day are increasing allergies.

For example, a recent study found that phthalates increase the risk of allergies among children.

I talked about phthalates a little while back as well.

These are nasty chemicals that show up in soap, detergents, and just about all cleaning products.

Definitely to be avoided.

So, how do you keep your kids from getting allergies?

First, remember that God made dirt, and dirt don’t hurt.

Second, ditch the detergents and clean with all natural products.

And that’s where the Nano Towels® come in.

Nano Towels® clean with ZERO toxic chemicals that can make your family, friends, and pets sick, and harm the environment.

Nano Towels® also not only eliminate those expensive cleaning products, but also the need to purchase expensive paper towels.

That saves you money.

And that is nothing to sneeze at ;).

Thanks again!!

Marc.

– Brought to you by

Life Miracle.

P.S.  And now the Nano Towels® come in gray!!

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