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Handbook of Detergents, Part E
An Examination of Detergent Applications The fifth volume in a six volume project penned by detergent industry experts, this segment deals with the various applications of detergent formulations – surfactants, builders, sequestering/chelating agents – as well as other components. These applications are discussed with respect to the scope of their domestic, institutional, or industrial usages. Special focus is given to technological advancement, health and environmental concerns, and the rapid changes occurring in the field within the past several years. With each chapter providing the special access of a pioneering researcher, this text offers an insider’s look at the most current advances.
Recently I was asked to give a class on "Healthy Living". you do know I like cheeseburgers and fries, right. Like- a LOT. healthy living. And so I sat down to really figure out what these ladies wanted to learn. I set about making a game plan for this class and of course, you know that I just had to share it here with all of you. The "class" is really meant to be just a big ole gab fest where I sit and tell everyone what I'm doing to keep my family healthy and share what you can do as well. Questions will be asked, products will be shown and lots of coffee will be drunk. YEAAASSS HONEY. My opening sentence-. The kiddo has NEVER had the flu, he's never had a fever (with the exception of his car accident which does NOT count as far as I'm concerned), he has never had a full blown cold- only a bit of the sniffles that cleared up in less than 24 hours and... My follow up sentence is equally awesome-. How is this possible. I attribute it ALL to diet and lifestyle. Simple as that. We homeschool, so of course the kiddo is not exposed to nearly the same amount of germs as many traditional school children are. However, we don't live in a bubble and he attends homeschool programs and classes as well as swimming, soccer and karate. As a result, we are able to control our environment a bit more but we are still very much exposed. The next big factor is diet. I cannot say enough good things about an organic, natural, plant based diet. Remove the meat, eliminate the processed foods and eat more fruits and veggies. Easy peasy. I talk quite a bit about my family's journey towards this diet, so please take some time and read back through the blog. Personally, we strive for a really good balance. We eat meat about once per week, almost all of our meals are homemade, I buy organic as much as my budget will allow in order to reduce the chemicals in our food, we do go out to eat about once per week, many of our meals are vegan since the... To further expand on this idea of removing chemicals in our food- we also reduce or eliminate many of the chemicals found throughout the house. Take a moment and just add up everything you use or come into contact with inside your home that has chemicals. Go ahead, I'll wait. Bathroom Cleaner. Laundry Soap. Floor Powder. Stain Remover. Oven Cleaner. Kitchen Cleaner. Cold/Flu Medicines. Body Soap/Body Wash. Shampoo/Conditioner. Dog/Cat Shampoo. Dishwasher Detergent. Dishwashing Liquid. Low Quality Carpets. Paint- Lead Paint. The list is quite literally NEVER ENDING and so damn overwhelming that it's hard to know where to start. Lucky for you- I'm going to tell you. Work on this task first. Any easy enough way to make the transition is to just buy all good quality, chemical free, natural products. Once you've conditioned your brain to just Amazon Prime your products instead of picking them up at the store when you're low- the rest is history. I highly recommend Mrs. Meyers products. I have put them to the test and they really work. They are also fairly affordable and have lots of different products and scents to choose from- we like Lemon Verbana. In addition, Mrs. Meyers products have NO ammonia, chlorine or phosphates. YEEEASS HONEY. They are cruelty free which means NO animal testing, they use raw, natural ingredients and plenty of yummy essential oils. Legit, they could NOT be any better. Once you've gotten the hang of cleaning with better quality products, you can then navigate the world of making your own. But for now- we'll just keep it simple. But for reals- I had to learn all this stuff THE HARD WAY through trial and error so I'm super excited to pass along my knowledge to all of you. Please know that I am always learning more and making improvements to keep myself and my family as healthy as possible. But there are some basics that will never go out of style.
Homemade Dishwasher Detergent (vegetable oil, club soda)
Homemade Chili Powder (cayenne, cumin, hot pepper, garlic powder, cloves, oregano, paprika, salt, turmeric)
Persian Chicken or Duck in Pomegranate Walnut Sauce (Fesenjan) (butter, chicken, chicken broth, black pepper, kosher salt, lime juice, onions, pomegranate, sugar, walnut)
Healthy Italian Bread Sticks or Pizza Crust (brown sugar, garlic powder, italian seasoning, olive oil, onion powder, salt, flour, water, flour, yeast)
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