Little Changes: A Discussion with Author Kristi Marsh on How to Avoid Chemicals in Food and Everyday Products

May 30, 2012
1:00 pm US Eastern Time

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Kristi Marsh beat cancer and now inspires others to live cleaner, greener lives. Diagnosed with an aggressive breast cancer at age thirty-six, and with three young children at home, Kristi started on a quest to eliminate harmful chemicals from her life and environment. The more she learned and made changes the more she wanted to share that knowledge. She describes her journey and her philosophy in her first book, Little Changes: Tales from a Reluctant Home Eco-Momics Pioneer. She says “by learning about the products we smother on our skin, foods we devour, and surroundings in which we immerse ourselves, we can find peace, joy, and pride in a healthier home.” Kristi is founder of Choose Wiser, an organization dedicated to educating people about the interaction between environmental toxins and their health and empowering and encouraging them to raise the bar on the products they purchase and bring into their homes by becoming, savvy, aware consumers. Whether you are new to this journey or well on your way to avoiding contaminants, Kristi's suggestions will inspire you to make little changes that can make a big difference.