Who doesn’t love clean carpets?
In a stunning news report out of Sacramento, California, chemicals used for carpets and anti-stain products have been found in water sources for 7.5 million people that State.
State regulators are working to develop safety levels for the contaminants that have been linked to cancer.
According to the statement, “A report released Wednesday by the Environmental Working Group found variants of the chemicals known as PFAS in 74 community water systems between 2013 and 2019, according to data from state and federal regulators. More than 40 percent of the systems had at least one sample that exceeded the health advisory level set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.”
Don’t wait for them to decide which limits are safe. It’s time to be proactive in your healthcare, especially if you are battling cancer.