Carmel, IN (PRWEB) October 22, 2009
At the age of 53, Diana Liberatore developed Alopecia Universalis; this autoimmune disease is just one of more than 100 ailments of its kind that doctors and researchers have yet to find a cause or cure. Her mysterious illness caused her to lose all of her body hair within a matter of six weeks.
Liberatore believes that her ailment was the result of the constant exposure to a variety of toxins and other harmful chemicals on a daily basis for the majority of her life. Most people fail to realize that everyone is susceptible to such exposure because the food, clothing, furniture and other day-to-day objects we encounter are made with preservatives, insecticides, pesticides, flame retardants, chemical dyes and other toxins. She believes it is quite possible that these autoimmune diseases and other diseases, intolerances, allergies and possibly autism are a result of chemical exposure as well.
At the age of 60, she decided to take a proactive stance in favor of 100 percent natural and/or organically certified products for babies; after all, it's best to eliminate bad habits before they begin. Liberatore launched http://www.EarthlyBeginnings.com in August of 2009 to create an online retail business that distributes all natural and chemical-free baby supplies. She insists that a child's bedding is the best place to begin because an infant spends so much time sleeping, therefore breathing in the toxic dyes and chemicals that surround them. Blankets, mattresses, cribs sheets and other nursery items are available through her Web site.
Share the gift of organic baby products with a friend or family member by purchasing a gift set containing clothing, toys and diapers all wrapped up in a beautiful display. Liberatore's inventory of organic baby supplies is nearly all inclusive, with the exception of food. She is always looking for new products and is considering adding stainless steel baby food utensils to her collection; adding an organic line for toddler and small children is another addition on the horizon. To read about other new additions to her merchandise, visit the Web site's newly implemented blog, http://www.OrganicBabyInfo.com. Here she will also provide detailed information about what certifies a product as organic.
About the Company:
EarthlyBeginnings.com is owned and operated by organic advocate Diana Liberatore.
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