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Does your toothpaste have this common ingredient that could wreck your gut health?

For gut health. You finally started taking a probiotic, eating kimchi even when you’re not at a Korean restaurant and sipping kombucha even though you were extremely skeptical about drinking anything fermented. You’re all about adding things into your routine to boost your gut, but what about the things you should remove? Unfortunately there’s a common gut buster you’re exposing yourself to twice a day: triclosan in toothpaste.

If that sounds vaguely familiar and you regularly follow health news it’s likely because the controversial anti-microbial was banned from soaps by the FDA several years ago. You’ll still, however, find triclosan in toothpaste and more than 2,000 other common consumer products . So what do you need to know about this inflammatory ingredient and what does it do to your gut health? We explain the findings of a new study that shed some light.

Why is triclosan in toothpaste?

If the ingredient was banned by the FDA from soaps, why is it in toothpaste? Good question. Big brands you see on store shelves (and also in your bathroom) don’t regard the ingredient as dangerous, even though a 2017 study showed that triclosan in toothpaste can build up on your toothbrush and stay there for weeks. That makes it easier for the triclosan in toothpaste to reach your bloodstream and organs through your gums — since, hopefully, you’re not ingesting much actual toothpaste.

Jason Natural Cosmetics Shampoo...Safe?

Today I bought a bottle of Jason Natural Cosmetics Thin-to-Thick shampoo. I am 16 years old and now am hoping that this wasn't just meant for elderly people .. although I don't see how age would make a difference.

Anyway, I'm wondering


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I like Jason’s Natural shampoo, because regular shampoo’s have a ton of chemicals that may be fine in low doses, but really add up over repeated exposures. Remember your skin is the largest organism on your body and vey capable of absorbing chemicals


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Jason Natural Cosmetics Ultra-Comforting Moisturizing Creme, Aloe Vera 84%??

Does this stuff reduce facial redness?


yup It does also tea tree oil :) good luck