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Unacceptable Levels (2013)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Biography | 2 June 2013 (USA)
Our bodies are changing, as synthetic chemicals are becoming an everyday experience for all of us. Every single human being on this planet is experiencing this, as we are constantly exposed... See full summary »

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Our bodies are changing, as synthetic chemicals are becoming an everyday experience for all of us. Every single human being on this planet is experiencing this, as we are constantly exposed on a daily basis to substances that our bodies have never seen before. At the same time, nearly all of our disease rates are rising, and many in the medical community are only now discovering, how much our lifestyles are affecting our own bodies, and those of the most vulnerable population, our children. Filmed all over the globe, 'Unacceptable Levels' pulls back the curtain on how these chemicals are getting into our bodies, and it also reveals that there is hope inside of all of our challenges. Written by Anonymous

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Pollution Just Got Personal


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Outstanding film for awareness!
11 February 2015 | by See all my reviews

This film is a really interesting approach to thinking about how so many chemicals have found their way into our bodies, kind of without our knowing. It focuses attention on things we should be aware of because they affect our health, and the health of future generations. The lives of our children are really on the lines. We are suffering from a health crisis and we need to start paying attention to the things we are putting into and onto our bodies- and how they might be affecting us. You will hear from many scientists and politicians who are fed up with how much we are introducing into our environment, without adequate studies, or in many cases, in spite of studies that show harm. This film is excellent!


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