SUGAR 🍫🍬🍭🍦🍮🍩🍪🧁🍧🍨It’s in everything and not only in the obvious candies and cookies but also in sauces, dressings, marinades, ketchup, yogurts, oatmeal etc. inspired by @jlo starting tomorrow for the next 10 days, my family and I are removing all sugars. My kids are allowed fruits and I’m rating to all veggies and some starchy good carbs veggies, but no processed sugar, natural sugars, no white breads, rice, noodles Sugars are the root cause of so many diseases, inflammation, pain, learning disorders, skin conditions and cancer. Cancer feeds off of sugars. Anything with processed or even natural sugars will be taken out, only carbs we’ll have are some fruits and veggies. You don’t realize how addicted you are to sugar until you remove it from your diet. Anyone else in?? #10daysnosugar#10daynosugarchallenge#jlo#lowcarb#nosugar#sugardetox#cleanse#detox#riddisease
ANIMAL TESTING FOR COSMETICS BANNED IN AUSTRALIA
The Australian government has passed a bill that effectively bans animal testing for cosmetics in the country.
The Industrial Chemical Charges Bill 2017 was introduced into the House of Representatives in June of 2017, Fashion Journal reported, though this is the first time action has been taken.
Australia will no longer accept results derived from animal experimentation as evidence of a cosmetic product’s safety or effectiveness. This means cosmetic brands will be required to show that their products are safe and operational with non-animal testing methods.
Animal testing, though said to be expensive, ineffective, and unethical, is still widely used around the world. HSI estimates that around 100,000 to 200,000 animals “suffer and die” for cosmetics every year.
The Body Shop has been on a mission to end cosmetic animal testing globally for over 30 years, so to have this bill passed in Australia is fantastic progress. Hopefully, we will see more governments around the world follow suit,” Chrisp added.
Late last year, The Body Shop, along with anti-animal testing organization Cruelty Free International, delivered a petition to the United Nations urging that it end cosmetic animal experiments around the world. The petition, which featured 8.3 million signatures, is the largest ever for the cause.
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