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Warning! Fake Organic Products
April 03, 2010
Hi,

Just because a label says Organic or Natural, does not mean that it is. Natural really has no definition. It means whatever it means to that person or to the company.

There are companies that call their products Organic but have things in them that disqualify them as Organic. Avalon is one of those companies. I have seen personally things in their products that I didn't like, so I put the container down. That is a product labeled as Avalon Organic.

The only way to determine what is safe to use, do research on each ingredient and decide if you feel safe consuming it. If you put it on your body, it enters the body (as if you were eating it). Keep that in mind.

This issue is important because people with ADHD are really sensitive to chemicals and artificial ingredients. The affects can be very strong. To much of the bad stuff can cause a toxic overload.

Check out this article and youtube video about New Hope Media and Fake Organic products. They allowed a FDA Agent to attend the show even though the FDA does't regulate Cosmetic products. The FDA was harassing people. This is a violation of their jurisdiction. While you may think the FDA has the power to do what I just mentioned, think again.

Shame on you New Hope Media and these Fake Organics Companies.

http://www.naturalnews.com/028500_organic_products_shampoo.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BaO_fnQTnI

Regards, TJ Chambers

www.adhdawareness.com

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