Practical and empowering strategies for identifying and avoiding health hazards, from the co-author of David Suzuki's Green Guide.
Following David Suzuki's Green Guide — called "the green bible" by the Globe and Mail—Dodging the Toxic Bullet presents workable strategies that show how we can live a longer, healthier life by breathing clean air, eating healthful food, drinking safe water, and using nontoxic products. Author David R. Boyd provides:
Published in partnership with the David Suzuki Foundation.
Dodging the Toxic Bullet offers readers a wealth of practical, accessible and workable strategies for avoiding the many health hazards that surround us in our day-to-day life. The author demonstrates in clear concise ways exactly how we can improve quality of life—and potentially extend life—by breathing clean air, eating healthful food, drinking safe water, and using nontoxic products. —Midland Free Press
Mercury in fish, carcinogens in cleaning products, lead in toys—health hazards are all around us. Dodging the Toxic Bullet is David R. Boyd 's guide to avoiding pollutants. —Quill & Quire
Dodging the Toxic Bullet offers readers a wealth of practical, accessible and workable strategies for avoiding the many health hazards that surround us in our day-to-day life. —St. Thomas Times Journal
If knowledge is power, then getting more people to understand how omnipresent potentially damaging toxins are is a vital first step. —Georgia Straight
More than a guide on how to avoid everyday toxins, [Dodging the Toxic Bullet] advocates for a healthy planet and the well being of all people including those without the means to protect themselves . . . it is sincere and meant as a practical way to protect us from the 'invisible epidemic': disease and illness caused by environmental hazards that may be rarely sensed, but which are everywhere. —Foreword Magazine
Boyd's powerful, well-documented book will shake readers out of their complacency and empower them to take action against environmental hazards. —Library Journal