Go The Spray?
Cancer: Go the spray? If you like to pop into the gym occasionally it’s almost impossible to avoid a cloud of carcinogenic toxins wafting around in the change-rooms. These are easy to detect as they insist on having loud offensive chemical conversations with your nose. It is the olfactory equivalent of yobs on mobiles in public transport and cafes. The boring rude loudness would not be so bad except these stinky chemicals are usually loaded up with carcinogens, nerve toxins and other unpleasant nasties. Go the spray?
Memory Loss: Ask the average gym junkie or bunny if they would like to spray this poison on their breakfast and then eat it and they will invariably look at you with wide eyed astonishment responding in the negative. Go The Spray? NO WAY JOSE! They will retort! Of course NOT! Well DURRR. I see. So let me ask. . . why do you think you’re breathing? Cause it feels good? Not at all my buff and gleaming friend. The fact is you are breathing because you are feeding on the air. If you do not comprehend this statement or if you perhaps doubt this, try stopping for a few minutes. Do you see where we’re going here? Exactly . . .you will die if you stop breathing for a few minutes it’s true. Hmmm. Ah ha! Air = food. Breathing = feeding. OK, got it! Go the spray?
Lung Damage: Why oh why do people not make the connection? Breathing the chemicals they put into these products after a workout is the same as eating the crap right out of the can. If . . .every time you come in from your hour or so of exercise to a change-room, and your cells are crying out – HUNGRY for food – you put the crap in the can into your brain, blood, cells and therefore you entire body – you are poisoning yourself. Go the spray? No way Jose! Simple eh? Well apparently not. One has lost count of the number of roid rage episodes your Quantumised columnist has had as a result of pointing out this simple and obvious truth to the deodorizing delinquents of damnation. I would rather be stick in a busload of yammering yobs than to encounter a cloud of carcinogens after workout. If you must put that crap on your body, please, please, please get a roll on so the only person you poison is yourself.
Vomiting and Nausea: Part of the problem is that people trust that the corporate pimps and pickpockets who push this junk with aggressive, loud and ever so seductive advertising, are actually respectable and adequately regulated. That would be two very courageous – or perhaps foolish – assumptions to make. Go the spray? Time for peeps to get real.
Brittle Hair and Hair Loss: And if you think the crap in deodorants may be toxic then consider the facts in a broader context. The following quotes and links pertain to one of the most highly respected on-line health experts Dr Mercola
Lead and arsenic aren’t listed among the ingredients of lip gloss and eyeliner. However, Environmental Defence, a Canadian environmental group tested dozens of common cosmetics products and found that virtually all of them were contaminated with heavy metals.
Researchers purchased cosmetics in Toronto, and sent them to an accredited laboratory to have them tested for the presence of arsenic, cadmium, lead, mercury, beryllium, selenium, thallium and nickel. The items tested included foundations, concealers, powders, blushes, bronzers, mascaras, eyeliners, eyeshadows, lipsticks and glosses.
According to the Montreal Gazette:
“None of the products tested contained mercury, but lead was detected in 96 percent of the products, arsenic in 20 percent and cadmium in 51 percent. Nickel was found in all the products tested, beryllium in 90 percent, thallium in 61 percent and selenium in 14 percent.”Contaminants in personal care products are one of countless examples of environmental toxin exposures that you’re better off avoiding.
According to the report, over time heavy metals can build up in your body leading to a number of health problems, including:
- Memory loss
- Cardiovascular, skeletal, blood, immune system, kidney and renal problems
- Lung damage
- Reproductive and developmental disorders
- Mood swings
- Neurological problems
- Nerve, joint and muscle disorders
- Vomiting and nausea
- Brittle hair and hair loss
Go the spray?