Tips for the Peeps

  
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Shelby

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Barked: Wed Jun 1, '11 3:24am PST 
Now that is what I call energy saving...not funny though. Glad you are taking that silly think back!!
Tessa

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Barked: Sun Jun 5, '11 5:31pm PST 
laugh out loudOur peeps are happy now!
The new, regular washer was delivered today! applause
Forgot to say that the reason Mom wanted me to post about the washer was to watch out if your getting an energy saving washer or appliance.
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Tessa

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Barked: Mon May 20, '13 7:16pm PST 
shockOur human saw this in "Wake Up World" and found it quite disturbing, to the point where she is eradicating skin products containing mineral oil/petroleum ingredients.
Note on the article below: the dl-alpha tocopherol form of vitamin E is man-made and usually used in cheaper products.
Always look for the d-alpha form.

QUOTE:
''"Let Food Be Your Cosmetic: Coconut Oil Outperforms Dangerous Petroleum Body Care Products
20th May 2013

By Sayer Ji

Contributing Writer for Wake Up World

What you put on your skin goes directly into your body. Indeed, human autopsy studies have shown that mineral oil widely permeates our internal organs; major moisturizer brands have been found to cause tumor formation in treated animals. All the more reason why we need healthy “food cosmetics” as alternatives to petroleum-derived body care products.

It boggles the imagination how most mass market body care products today are almost entirely composed of petroleum-derived chemicals, whose toxicity are thoroughly established. Take parabens as an example. These endocrine-disrupting, estrogen-like petrochemicals have been found at concentrations 1 million times higher than the estrogen (estradiol) levels naturally found in human breast tissue, leading to the highly concerning conclusion that human hormones are now being eclipsed by synthetic chemicals.

When we slather these chemical concoctions onto our skin, they enter directly into the lymphatic and circulatory systems, depositing in internal organs and body fat. And unlike things you ingest orally, there is no “gate keeping” liver there to protect you from these chemicals entering rapidly into your body through your skin. This is why, of course, you should never put on your body anything you can not or would not eat.

Unfortunately, major trusted brands have been found to be just as bad as more generic, cheaper ones in this respect, making it exceedingly difficult to avoid harm unless you are already wise to the issue and using completely natural body care products.

For instance, back in 2009, the Journal of Investigative Dermatology published a highly concerning study titled “Tumorigenic effect of some commonly used moisturizing creams when applied topically to UVB-pretreated high-risk mice,” wherein branded moisturizers, including Dermabase, Dermovan, Eucerin Original Moisturizing Cream (Eucerin), or Vanicream, were found to increase the rate of formation and number of tumors when applied topically to UVB-pretreated high-risk mice.[1]

Chemical industry public relations spokespersons love to point out that we are not mice, implying that preclinical research like this should not throw up a red flag. Should we be made to wait for the very industries guilty of poisoning us to voluntarily fund multi-million dollar, randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trials to determine whether their products are not also causing cancer in humans? Short of a legal mandate, self-incriminating research like this will never be performed, and not only because such a study would be highly unethical (i.e. intentionally poisoning trial subjects), but because it will reveal a truth fraught with immense legal and financial liabilities.

Needless to say, a logical approach would be to apply the precautionary principle so that when animal toxicological risk assessments show harm, instead of extrapolating an Orwellian “acceptable level of harm” to humans, we take the sane step of avoiding human exposure altogether.

Crude Awakening: Mineral Oil Contaminates Everyone’s Bodies
Sadly, the reality is that we are not only immersed in a sea of petrochemical products, but we bioaccumulate them in our bodies over the decades, carrying them with us to our early graves.

As we disclosed in a previous article titled “Crude Awakening: Mineral Oil Contaminates Everyone’s Bodies“, one of the only studies ever performed on the topic of petrochemical accumulation in the human body found that 48% of the livers and 46% of the spleens of the 465 autopsies analyzed showed signs of mineral-oil induced lipogranuloma (a nodule of necrotic, fatty tissue associated with granulomatous inflammation or a foreign-body reaction around a deposit of an oily substance), indicating just how widespread pathological tissue changes associated with petrochemical exposure really are.

And why should be surprised? Petroleum is everywhere. We build and power our cars from it. We implant plastic into our breasts, and we coat our vegetables with USDA/FDA-approved ‘food grade petroleum.’ Our entire global food system is driven by nitrogen urea based fertilizers, pesticides and related agrichemicals which are all petrochemical in origin. Oil derived hydrocarbons form the basis for the molecular building blocks of many synthetic patent medicines, and even some of our vitamins (e.g. dl-alpha tocopherol). Our foreign policy is largely based on invading countries for ostensibly political/ethical reasons who just happen to be sitting on ‘our oil’ (i.e. War = Resource Procurement). It is hard to imagine how we might escape our dependence on the petrochemical industrial establishment, given how vertically integrated it is into every facet of modern life, including the very fabric of our bodies."

Tessa

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Barked: Tue Aug 27, '13 3:56pm PST 
happy dance Mom heard about this product for people paws and she tried some. happy dance

She loves it!!! cloud 9

Here is the link for the most gorgeous, fun nail polishes ever:

Tawdry Terrier shop at etsy

Mom has 'Fort Barkerdale', and the picture doesn't do it justice.
It has a delicate gold base that doesn't show as well in the picture.
It's like jewels strewn on golden sand! Just lovely!

They have lots of polishes in blues, a particularly lovely aqua, pinks, reds, purples, greens, oranges, and new autumn colors! way to go

If you'll go to the Tawdry Terrier page on Facebook you'll see all the colors on actual nails both in sun and shade. cheer cheer cheer
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