The dangerous chemical lurking in your dry cleaning & more [Roundup]
PERC is an effective cleaner, but it's also a neurotoxin
Alex Reid here with your weekly roundup.
But first, some breaking news on the chemical front. It turns out that the most commonly used dry cleaning chemical is a potent neurotoxin.
To find out what to look for and what to do instead, click on over to our Facebook page, where we share urgent news. Make sure to like and follow so you don't miss any future breaking stores.
And if you have been following our work, you know that we're very pro-physical activity but skeptical of running and other forms of cardio that damage knees and stress your joints.
Sure enough, a recent study found that weightlifting outperforms walking and cycling when it comes to heart health. The study followed over 4,000 people and was just shared at a large medical conference. Get the details on that here.
In other exciting health news, recent evidence suggests that high doses of CBD, the non-psychoactive part of the cannabis plant, may help methamphetamine addicts.
That full story is right here, and we're going to follow it closely, since natural treatments for drug addiction are one of the most promising health arenas right now.
We're also ramping things up on our YouTube channel, where we recently shared this eye-opening video on the dangers of certain sports drinks.
Enjoy your week! We'll be sharing some great content as usual, though our team will be taking Thursday off for Thanksgiving!
(But you won't want to miss the fascinating article we have lined up for when we come back on Friday.)
To your health,
President, Clear Health Now