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In this episode I chat with Meghann Wiles about her husband’s cancer story and how they discovered that food allergies were the cause of their children’s eczema, colic, and sleepless nights. She is a full time mom who works as an accountant from home part time. Her passion is educating others on the chemicals found in food, skin care, and personal care items. You can find her sharing her information on her Facebook Group: Meghann’s Clean Break: The Pursuit of an Unprocessed Life(style). Meghann is a wealth of knowledge and it was a joy to have her on as a guest again!
Meghann’s Facebook Group Photo
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Environmental Working Group Website – The Environmental Working Group’s mission is to empower people to live healthier lives in a healthier environment. With breakthrough research and education, we drive consumer choice and civic action.
In this particular episode, you will learn:
- How Meghann and her husband discovered he had skin cancer
- The dangers of conventional sunscreen
- The ABCDE’s of mole or skin identification
- How they realized their son’s eczema was related to dairy
- Other food sensitivities and allergies that play a role in her family’s health
- How to identify hidden food sensitivities in seemingly safe products
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Open Those Bright Eyes Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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