Infertility among young people is a silent threat. According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, up to 15 percent of young couples are unable to conceive a child at all after many years of trying. Approximately 10 percent of couples have not produced a live-born baby after 2 years of trying. Interestingly, 7 percent of women in their early 20s are infertile, while 9 percent of women in their late twenties are infertile.
The responsible government health agencies and media doesn’t seem to explain the causes accurately. They recognize that lifestyle can be an issue that affects fertility levels and list the main reasons as below.
- Being overweight or underweight
- Exposure to environmental toxins
- Drugs and excessive alcohol consumption
- Cigarette smoking
- Cancer treatments (e.g., chemotherapy or radiation)
- Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
At least they mention the “Exposure to environmental toxins” in the list but what does that mean exactly. I am not expecting definite answers but can’t we be a little bit more specific than that? By carefully choosing the vocabulary, “environmental toxins,” our imagination or understanding automatically goes to air that we breathe or water that we drink, doesn’t it?
Deja vu, isn’t that how corporate-sponsored scientists diverted the fact of global warming? “Yes we have an environmental problem, but there is NO EVIDENCE of global warming.” Well, take a good look at your thermometer, you money greedy scientists who are not so scientific.
The scientific research papers repeatedly warn, “The preservatives have been linked to a wide variety of health problems including liver damage, skin issues, and infertility.” The preservatives that are in our food and our beauty products.
Bella Crown’s Impossible Dream – Sell Preservative Free Hair and Skin Care Products
It is ideal to mix and blend the hair care and skincare products at a local store without the preservatives, and we can. Matter of fact, we blend our hair and skin lotions weekly at Bella Crown. Our customers love it.
We like to boil natural herbs and harmless ingredients at the store and mix our shampoo too, and we are capable of. The only problem is that we must sell an entire batch of shampoo within a very short period. Without enough customers, it is not feasible economically. That makes this good idea impossible.
I hope and pray that we will attract more patrons to the Bella Crown and achieve this mission.