The average American creates 4.3 pounds of waste per day, way up from the 1.6 pounds that we produced in 1960. Batteries, lightbulbs, paint, used cooking oil, electronics, cosmetics, and medications can be thrown in the trash. That, however, doesn’t mean they should be. Here is how you can dispose of some of the most toxic items that are ending up in your trash
Palm oil has become nearly ubiquitous in processed foods, yet many are unaware of what they are eating, leading it to be referred to as the “investable ingredient.” Going beyond food, palm oil is added to other household items. Not only are the foods that contain palm oil typically bad for your health, they’re bad for the environment. How much palm oil are you using day-to-day?