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how toxic are your kids' school supplies? - stainless steel water bottles

by:Koodee      2019-08-01
how toxic are your kids\' school supplies?  -  stainless steel water bottles
There are only a few weeks left in the summer, and parents are already thinking about getting their children ready to come back --to-school.
But there's one thing in the kids' backpacks this year that doesn't need to be packed: toxic chemicals.
There are only a few weeks left in the summer, and parents are already thinking about getting their children ready to come back --to-school.
But there's one thing in the kids' backpacks this year that doesn't need to be packed: toxic chemicals.
Chemicals related to cancer and hormones
Interrupts can be hidden behindto-
School supplies such as school supplies.
Children are more vulnerable to toxins than adults.
Therefore, it is important to help reduce the exposure of young students to these chemicals.
There's some toxic here. free back-to-
School shopping tips: 1. Choose eco-
Every year, parents and students go to the store with a list on the backto-
They need to buy school supplies.
Make your nose your guide when shopping.
That's why: the perfume ingredients used by products like fragrance marks or crayons are not always listed on the label.
Perfumes contain phthal, a chemical associated with asthma, diabetes risk factors, and a type of DEHP, and are listed as possible carcinogens by the International Cancer Research Agency (IARC).
Instead of picking up something that has a bad smell, choose not
Toxic pencils, crayons, chalk and chalk.
Choose fragrance when buying pen-
Use recyclable or biodegradable materials as much as possible.
In addition, pay close attention to FSC (
Committee on forest management)
Labels on products.
It is also found in PVC (
PVC)
A kind of plastic.
Plastic marked with number 3 contains PVC.
The plastic cover on the binder and spiral notebook is usually made of PVC, so it is better to choose a binder or notebook made of recycled cardboard or natural fiber, or to check if there is a "no PVC" mark on the label. 2. Non-
If you're going to buy toxic clothesto-
School clothes, pay attention to stainsor wrinkle-
Anti-chemicals or pesticidestreated cotton.
All of this contains toxic substances that may rub on the child's skin or be sucked in when worn out.
Instead, choose clothes made of natural fibers such as cotton or wool.
Or organize a costume swap with friends or share it with me with other families.
If it's time to buy a new backpack, it's better to make it with natural fiber.
If the natural fiber cannot be found, check the label to make sure the label does not contain PVC. 3.
It is fortunate to keep the lunch box of the child without BPA, excluding BPA (BPA)
Baby bottles are banned in Canada, but are still found in other products such as food packaging and canned lining.
This year, when packing lunch for children, choose stainless steel containers and water bottles.
If you have to buy plastic containers, choose those that say "BPA-
"Free" on the label ".
The important thing is that the lunch box is made
Toxic substances because they contain food that children put into their mouths.
So, when you buy a lunch box, choose cotton, double phenol-
Free plastic or unpainted stainless steel.
Also, learn how to reduce the amount of toxic chemicals in the food you buy. Want more non-
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