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Product Details

  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Rodale Books; Original edition (March 17, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1605299812
  • ISBN-13: 978-1605299815
  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,431 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Beth Greer has written an invaluable book, filled with practical solutions on how to eat healthier, breathe cleaner air, and transform your home into a safe haven, free from toxic chemicals." --Deepak Chopra, author, Jesus: A Story of Enlightenment

Super Natural Home seeks out the silent violence--i.e. toxins--in and around the place where you spend most of your time, awake and asleep...It's required reading for anyone with a home and a healthy desire to see the unseen for the whole family." --Ralph Nader, lawyer and consumer advocate

"Beth Greer's clear, comprehensive, and practical book is a godsend for anyone living in America who wants to make a real impact on reducing the pollutions and poisons that are ubiquitous in our surroundings. She's full of good humor, yet will help you live a far cleaner and more wholesome life than you might have thought possible. Hats off to her. Read this book." --Peter Coyote, actor and author

Making simple changes can often have a profound impact not only on you and your family's health but also on the planet. Beth Greer has done a fabulous job of creating a practical resource that will let you know what these changes are and how to easily implement them." --Joseph Mercola, DO, founder of Mercola.com

Super Natural Home is a concise and helpful book for people who want to lead a healthy life. I love it and think everyone should read it." --John Gray, bestselling author, Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus

Super Natural Home offers important information on how to stay healthy along with practical, easy tips that are backed by scientific research. Every household should have this book on hand."--Marci Shimoff, New York Times bestselling author, Happy for No Reason and Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul

"For those of us who think our lives are already detoxified, Super Natural Home offers an important reminder that there is more we can do to create healthy spaces for ourselves and our families."--Stacy Malkan, co-founder, Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, and author, Not Just a Pretty Face: The Ugly Side of the Beauty Industry

"Organic and green-minded consumers are waking up to the fact that we not only need an organic food and farming revolution, but a new economics in our households as well. Super Natural Home is an indispensable tool for conscientious Americans who want to do their part to address the energy and climate crisis." --Ronnie Cummins, co-founder and national director, Organic Consumers Association

"This easy to read, step-by-step guide offers practical advice and healthy solutions for reducing our toxic exposures, the ones that invisibly invade our lives on a daily basis...Here's to Beth for giving us all a wake-up call and challenging us to become educated consumers to save our health and our earth."--Judi Shils, director, Teens Turning Green

"In a world were we are overexposed to thousands of dangerous toxic chemicals, education is the key. Super Natural Home provides vital information for anyone interested in reducing their chemical exposure." --Dan Jacobson, legislative director, Environment California

"Beth Greer is a knowledgeable expert, and every reader will benefit from the insightful instructions and questions she offers that empower us to change the way we live for ourselves and future generations."--Lynne Twist, president, Soul of Money Institute, and co-founder, The Pachamama Alliance

"I love this book! It gives a unique blend of the author's personal experience as well as cutting-edge research to enlighten us on how our environment impacts our health. I highly recommend it."--Catherine Oxenberg, award-winning actress and mother of five

"Beth Greer is a correspondent on the front lines who leaves no stone unturned in her search for emerging news of crucial and timely relevance to wellness in today's changing environment. I am eternally grateful to her as a resource for my family, my patients, and the entire globe. Thank you, Super Natural Mom!"--Michelle Veneziano, DO, family practice physician, Mill Valley, California

About the Author

Beth Greer, Super Natural Mom, is an award-winning journalist and holistic health advocate. Her articles have appeared in numerous publications, including Us magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle, as well as online. She is the founder of SuperNaturalHome.com, a web site devoted to providing healthy, natural strategies and advice. As former president and co-owner of The Learning Annex, the largest private alternative adult education company in the US, Beth has helped thousands see new possibilities and feel empowered to make changes in their lives.

More About the Author

Beth Greer, aka Super Natural Mom, is one of the foremost experts on sustainable and toxin-free living. She is an award-winning journalist, green holistic wellness educator, and innovator who eliminated a sizable tumor in her chest without drugs or surgery by detoxing her body and her home. She's author of the best-selling book, Super Natural Home, endorsed by Deepak Chopra, Ralph Nader, Dr. Joseph Mercola, and others. She shares her wisdom through her live events, Huffington Post columns, webcasts, and personalized in-home detox audits and trainings.

Beth is former President of The Learning Annex, a nationally renowned adult education company. She has appeared on ABC-TV, NBC-TV, CNN and NPR is a popular speaker at industry expos, private firms, non-profits and schools where she provides a tremendous array of valuable strategies, insights, techniques and proven methods to radically transform your health and vitality.

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I borrowed a copy of this book from my local library.
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I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to make their life a bit or a lot greener.
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I plan to use it as a reference and I know it's a book I'll keep coming back to.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By V. Kennedy on March 28, 2009
Format: Paperback
This book is an excellent guide to going green. The author covers toxins in foods, bottled water, toothpaste, furniture, paint, cosmetics, and lots more. Most of us never dreamed our houses and lives were so full of toxins. The book takes you through each room of your house with information about all the things you need to watch out for and there are suggestions about how to correct the problems. The book has a huge amount of info crammed into its pages and this review doesn't begin to do it justice. I plan to use it as a reference and I know it's a book I'll keep coming back to. It should be on everyone's bookshelf.
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48 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Lynette R. Fleming on April 21, 2009
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Have you ever gone to the grocery store and heard someone complain about the expense of an organic food? You might run into them a few minutes later in the meat department selecting a 12-ounce T-bone steak with a price tag well over $10.00. Obviously, they aren't thinking about what they are getting for their money or they'd toss that steak back and buy the organic spinach.

Most of us have grown up making the wrong choices . . . water in plastic bottles, packaged foods with long lists of unidentifiable ingredients, and cleaning supplies strong enough to take the paint off the wall.

If you care about your health and the health of those you love, you will want to buy this book and then read it cover to cover. Inside this book is well-founded information which can help us avoid many of the toxic chemicals we can't see or taste, which are putting our health at risk for diseases and even death. If you're over 40, you probably have noticed (like I have) that you know many more people who are dying of cancer than when you were younger. There is a reason for that, my friends, and the toxic chemicals in our food and home is a definite contributor to our demise.

Beth Greer has become a well-known expert in this topic, and every page of her book tells us something we didn't already know. Would you have imagined that most of our garlic comes from China, and that it is whitened with bleach and injected with growth inhibitors to prevent sprouting? Don't look the other way . . . buy this book, get smart, and get healthy!

Lynette Fleming, Coauthor of Lunch Buddies: Buddy Up for a Better Diet
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Joyce Schwarz on November 17, 2009
Format: Paperback
The subtitle of the book basically says it all -- improve your health, home and planet-- one room at a time. Going green and living natural seems to be a challenge to all of us, but especially for families. We want our kids and ourselves to be safe and secure. Yet we are unsure which products are just buzz in the marketplace and which products and practices really work.

Greer, who bills herself as the super natural mom is both a journalist and a holistic health advocate. Her book is divided into four sections that include a) what goes in you b) what goes on you c) what surrounds you and d) supporting information.

The foreword is written by the nationally known environmental lifestyle expert Danny So which is a nice opening to the volume.

If you want to go green and do it without lots of additional stress, this is a great book to read and follow. I personally loved the part about cosmetics and enjoyed following the author's advice as I updated my makeup and got into the pink as I went green at least in that part of my life!

Fun advice like Feng Shui tips and where to buy products is sprinkled thruoghout the book so it's easy to read in sections. Just remember you CAN get started one room at a time. Great gift to give for a wedding shower -- add some of the green products that the author recommends to a natural basket you can give to the bride and groom with pride. So politically correct!
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135 of 166 people found the following review helpful By R. Caylor on August 22, 2009
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This book was very interesting to read. However I cannot endorse an author who makes assertions without citing her sources. This woman is an investigative journalist, so surely she has heard of crediting her sources. Over and over she stated information that may very well be true (i.e. "this product contains such-and-such chemical, which is linked with cancer, reproductive disorders, mutating DNA, blah, blah, blah.") Well, linked by what study, at what research institute, by what scientists? There are no footnotes that would enable me to look things up for myself. Since Beth Greer does not have a Ph.D. in Chemistry, Human Biology, or anything that would give her authority on the subject of how these horrible chemicals effect us and our families, why should I believe that she is not just making stuff up? Similarly, much of her "evidence" is anecdotal, as in "I was talking to my friend who made this change and reaped wonderful health benefits." Hardly a clinical trial.

If Ms. Greer had related the same information with footnotes documenting how she knew this, I would gladly give this book 5 stars. As an alternative I would reccommend "Easy Green Living" by Renee Loux. She uses extensive footnotes, and even though I have no intention of looking up every single one, I know that I could.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By DWB on November 1, 2009
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I borrowed a copy of this book from my local library. Before I finished reading it, I cleaned my pantry, refrigerator, cubbards and medicine cabinets of 80% of the harmful chemicals mentioned in this book. I love this book because the author does not preach to you. She states the facts and provides practical ways for everyone to go green. Now that I've completed the book, it's tabbed so much that I will have to purchase my own copy. I'm also giving them as Christmas gifts to all my family and friends.
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