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Parabens are the most widely used preservatives in body care products. A preservative is used in many instances when a product has water as an ingredient. When there is water in a product there is a higher chance for bacteria to breed. Parabens are typically inexpensive and were a replacement for formaldehyde years ago. Parabens are long words and hard to pronounce, such as ethylparaben and methylparaben.
So what are you to do when buying your body care products? Remember to ALWAYS READ THE LABEL!! There have been studies with some correlating evidence to indicate that parabens cause cancer. Remember to always do your homework about the products you put on your body. The skin is the largest organ and can absorb a great deal. Remember Mamma's products are paraben free! And Mamma wants you to feel good! Click the link below to read more about parabens from Best Health Magazine.
Mamma was shopping at her favorite grocery store the other day and was asked by a young mother about how to identify genetically modified produce. It can be confusing at times to know exactly what you are buying.
Produce is labeled in grocery stores with 4 digit (PLU's) or Price Lookup Codes. Supposedly conventionally grown produce is 4 digit, genetically modified produce is pre-fixed with an 8, and organically grown produce pre-fixed with a 9. So if a banana has a PLU label of 3444 for conventionally grown, that same genetically modified banana would be labeled 83444 and for an organically grown banana the PLU would be 93444.
While this is a widely held belief for PLU labeling, not all grocers have adhered to this labeling method. Some do and some do not. So what is a consumer to do? A better indicator to shop by is a certified organic label . If something is certified organic it would exclude genetically engineered foods.
Check out the article below from Organic Authority. Mamma wants you to feel good!