Watch Sue McDonald on "Our Toxic World" – part of New Living Talks

This week we have another great speaker, Sue McDonald, here to talk about the chemicals in our everyday lives as part of our New Living Talks series. McDonald’s discussion, titled “Our Toxic World: Understanding the Effects of Chemicals in Our Everyday Lives  and How To Deal With Them” is an informative video about the chemicals we come into contact with daily, how they can affect our health, and what we can do to avoid these health hazards. The video is filled with interesting facts, stories, and tips that can really help you make smarter decisions. This video is a must see not just for those concerned with health and green issues, but for EVERYONE because it’s a topic that truly concerns us all. Forward this along to friends and family to help them stay informed and to protect them from the toxic chemicals that are around them and check. And check out the New Living website to see a list of non-toxic products for your home and building needs.

New Living Talks 2 – Sue McDonald – Our Chemical World from New Living on Vimeo.

Sue McDonald is a chemical sensitivity advocate and educator – speaking about this subject for the last 8 years in the Houston area. She has been featured on the radio, at conferences, and she has been named a ‘Houston Hero’ by the Citizens League of Environmental Action Now (C.L.E.A.N.). McDonald first became aware of how toxic our environments are when she began to experience – in her new home – multiple chemical sensitivities fifteen years ago. Since then she’s been researching and looking for ways to live a as chemically free as she can. McDonald teaches a free bi-monthly seminar called “Making Safer Choices In a Toxic World” at New Living. The next one is on August 15 (please call New Living at 713.521.1921 to RSVP). Visit her website to find out more about Sue and her mission.

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