Below is a Facebook Live video I made today. I have uploaded it to my YouTube channel. Please watch it and if you learn something or find it at all interesting and want to see more videos like this, please subscribe to the YouTube channel so that you will be alerted when I upload future videos! Thank you.
As of today, February 27, 2020 (10:47 p.m. PST!) I have 633 subscribers (and we’re working towards reaching 1,000!) 🙂
As soon as I have a moment I will upload links to posts for each of the items mentioned this video. For starters I will leave you with the following link:
- How I test for Lead
- Here’s the post about the mug shown in the video.
- Here’s the post about the Le Creuset kettle mentioned in the video.
- Here’s my overview post about the concern for Cadmium in consumer goods.
- Here are other mugs that I have tested that were positive for Cadmium.
As always, thank you for reading and for sharing my posts!
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