‎Endocrine Disruptors‬: ‎FireRetardants

FireRetardants‬ (PBDEs): Compounds called polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), which are used as a fire retardant, have made their way into our groundwater, contaminating our food and water supply.

PBDEs and other toxic chemicals are used to prevent the spread of fire and are likely to be found in dozens of products in your home, from the padding below your carpet, to your bed, soft furnishings, your couch or television screen.

Your thyroid function suffers and the weight of your sexual organs changes. PBDE’s are so widespread that the ‪#‎EWG‬ believes legislative action is required to limit their use.

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