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The Chemical Maze

By Bill Statham

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Unquestionably, more and more people are beginning to realise the effect synthetic toxic chemicals are having on our health and environment.


It’s no longer just what we eat that has an effect on our bodies.

Increasingly, we are being bombarded with toxic chemicals on all fronts.

ORAC short for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity is a standardised measurement of the total antioxidant power of a substance.

Antioxidant power has the ability to neutralise oxygen free radicals.

Nutritionists recommend we consume around 5000 ORAC units per day to significantly impact antioxidant activity in the body and reduce free radical damage.

If you are not eating at least 10 servings of fruit and vegetables a day you are not getting the recommended ORAC units to mop up the damage caused by free radicals in your body

For more information on Berry Radical, In-Liven and Fast Tract and to listen to Czerral, the developer of the products, visit


Ten Toxics You Can Toss –  report by Debra Lynn Dadd

Toxic Ingredient Directory – useful 2 page    

Go Here To Find Out How Safe Your Products Are - – Skin Deep


Green Chemistry is associated with Paul T Anastas who realised chemistry is NOT always beneficial to people


Synthetic chemicals, whilst cheap and convenient often have far reaching effects on both health and the environment.

He defined 12 different principles to be considered when products are developed.

1. To prevent waste

2. Use safer chemicals

3. Less hazardous chemical synthesis

4. Use renewable food stock – no petro chemicals

5. Use natural catalyst

6. Avoid chemical derivatives

7. Maximise use to prevent waste

8. Use safer solvents

9. Increase energy efficiency

10. Biodegrade after use

11. Prevent pollution

12. Minimise the potential for accidents

Read about it here – GREEN CHEMISTRY