Show me the money and I will show you the disease!

Twenty-six seconds is all it takes for toxins to get into your blood stream. Every day you touch money, shopping carts, door handles, menus, your steering wheel, hands of others and many other things both porous and nonporous. Things that are invisible to the eye are left to be transmitted to you unknowingly. These transmitted particles are what you should recognize as environmental toxins.

You may want to reconsider wearing a mask to cover your nose and mouth as well as wearing some cotton gloves.

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