Author Reveals Your Body's Environmental Chemical Burden – and What to Do About It!
Learn how to uncover and eliminate what might be making you sick!
Ann Arbor, MI -- Cindy Klement had a childhood fraught with asthma, intestinal disorders and other ailments, all of which continued to cause discomfort well into her adulthood. In 1978 after an encounter with a doctor trained in Germany, she followed his dietary suggestions and herbal medicine recommendations and within nine short months her body was completely healed.
Despite organic eating and clean living since the late 1970s, Cindy had a test that revealed her body was burdened with a toxic load of chemicals in the form of pesticides, BPA, parabens and VOCs. Obsessed with finding out what these chemicals were and how they might be affecting her health, she accumulated 1500 research papers on the topic. The results were startling.
"There are so many different variables that can occur, that it's hard for researchers to figure out which toxins cause which health concerns," says Klement, whose new book Your Body's Environmental Chemical Burden- A Resource Guide to Understanding and Avoiding Toxins. "Why can one person get cancer from a certain chemical and others don't? Why do our kids have so many allergies? Is autism linked to any of this?"
"An essential reference manual to understanding where the most dangerous toxins come from, how they are stored in our bodies, what we can do to try to avoid them and how we can detoxify our bodies daily" – John J. Kelly, Detroit Free Press, Five stars
Klement's book has quickly become an international bestseller, recently standing at #1 in 10 Amazon categories such as Health and Nutritional Medicine for Parents, Alternative Medicine Healing, and Physiology. In her book Klement discusses some of the top chemicals that affect us, with a focus on chemicals that are interfering with our hormones. "This is especially important for those who are considering having children," she says. An earlier benchmark study found an average of 287 chemicals in the umbilical cord blood of newborns. "What can we do to detox our bodies so that our children are safe?"
She also focuses on the VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) in the air we breathe, as well as the hot topic in the USA right now: our drinking water. "PFAS are rampant in the water in Michigan," says Klement. "They are manmade chemicals that are used in industry for manufacturing Teflon. They're used in water repellents, stain repellents and in the lining of food packaging"
"I found this book extremely interesting and one which I strongly feel should be read by all" – Susan Keefe, Midwest Book Review, Five stars
Despite the topic, Klement's book is encouraging. "I help you identify the chemicals in your environment and what steps to take to reduce the chemical exposure," she says. "There are over 85,000 chemicals in our environment. It's impossible to avoid them, but we can learn to safely co-exist with them"
"Meticulously researched and documented, the information in this book is at once frightening and edifying, and the end result is gaining knowledge to join in the struggle to eliminate the toxins to improve our planet and our lives"
- Dr. Grady Harp, Amazon Top 50 Hall of Fame Reviewer, Five Stars
Klement lectures across the country on this vitally important topic, especially for the Millennials of our society who often carry the heaviest toxic burden. Some reviewers have called Your Body's Environmental Chemical Burden the 'go-to reference for the 21st century -- something every home should have.'
Your Body's Environmental Chemical Burden- A Resource Guide to Understanding and Avoiding Toxins, ISBN 978-1-7327049-6-1, 2018, MindStir Media, paperback, $19.99, Kindle $6.95, 268 pages, available on Amazon
About Cindy Klement:
Cindy Klement, MS, CNS, MCHES, is an adjunct professor at Eastern Michigan University, and an advisory board member of Community Supported Anthroposophic Medicine, as well as the Health Practitioners Advisory Council. Among her decades-long training in holistic, alternative, complementary, integrative, and functional medicine, she holds a master's degree in nutrition from Eastern Michigan University, is a board-certified nutrition specialist, and is accredited as a Master Certified Health Educator by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing. Visit her website at Cindyklement.com
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