Jo Stepaniak is the author of numerous groundbreaking books on vegan cuisine, health, and compassionate living. She has dealt with multiple food sensitivities and chronic digestive issues and understands firsthand the challenges of living with dietary restrictions. Her goal is to help vegans, regardless of their health or dietary obstacles, live their values with joy, not fear.
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#1. Believing the word “natural” on a label. Unfortunately, the word “natural” (or “green” or “ecofriendly”) on a label or cleaning recipe is no guarantee a product is safe or even natural. If the ingredients aren’t clearly listed on the label, check out the brand’s website. If a cleaning product manufacturer still isn’t totally transparent about what’s in the bottle …