MADE SAFE® and Plastic Pollution Coalition Announce the Release of the Healthy Pregnancy Guide with Tips and Tools for Healthier Living

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Driven by science, MADE SAFE® and Plastic Pollution Coalition partnered to provide information, tools, and product recommendations to help parents-to-be protect their families from toxic chemicals and create a healthier environment, especially during these unprecedented times.

The Best Tips, Products & Tools for a Healthier Pregnancy & Planet

By making small but impactful changes, we can take meaningful steps toward better health for people and the planet.

Nonprofit organizations MADE SAFE® and Plastic Pollution Coalition announce the release of the new Healthy Pregnancy Guide. This guide was developed to help navigate the challenges of preparing a nontoxic home and making healthier living choices for babies and the planet.

Parents-to-be are often unaware of their family’s exposure to a multitude of toxic chemicals on a daily basis, and as unborn babies are more vulnerable to toxic exposure, information is key to providing the safest environment possible. During pregnancy, there are choices a mom-to-be can make to positively affect the baby in utero and for years to come – and these can even impact future generations.

The Healthy Pregnancy Guide was developed with experts, citing more than 200 scientific sources, essential research, key recommendations, and latest resources, all distilled into an indispensable guide of easy and doable tips.

“Our goal is to inform and educate, providing actionable ways for readers to reduce exposure to a variety of toxic chemicals from harmful pesticides to those in plastics,” said Amy Ziff, Founder and Executive Director of MADE SAFE. Ziff added that, “By making small but impactful changes, we can take meaningful steps toward better health for people and the planet.”

This easy-to-read guide is organized by categories including kitchen & diet, cleaning & laundry, beauty, and essential self-care tips that can help achieve little wins – that lead to big ones – by doing something as simple as avoiding certain habits or making healthier purchasing decisions. These small but important changes will not only improve the health and wellbeing of the new baby, but the whole family.

Julia Cohen, MPH, Co-Founder and Managing Director of the Plastic Pollution Coalition said, “Our hope is that this guide empowers women with tools for positive change, particularly vulnerable populations who are more at risk of exposure to toxic chemicals.” Cohen added that in the guide, “There’s a chapter on self-care, which has never been more important.”

The Healthy Pregnancy Guide takeaways include how to:

1.     Reduce toxic chemicals in food and kitchen
2.     Ditch single-use plastic in food, home, and products
3.     Find safer and healthier personal care products
4.     Lower stress, and initiate self-care rituals
5.     Go deeper into the various categories in this guidebook and get started!

A growing body of research demonstrates that chronic childhood diseases are on the rise. The new Healthy Pregnancy Guide is a resource for prospective parents, caregivers, and educators to use during pregnancy, one of the most profound times of change in a person’s life, for making changes today for a healthier tomorrow.

For more information, please contact Giselle Chollett at Giselle@adinnyc.com or 917.386.7116.

About MADE SAFE
MADE SAFE is America’s only nontoxic seal for products across consumer product categories, including baby, personal care, household, and beyond. MADE SAFE certified means that a product has been made from a base of safe ingredients or materials and has been vetted using a scientific process in order to certify that products are not made with ingredients known to harm human health or ecosystems.

About Plastic Pollution Coalition
Plastic Pollution Coalition (PPC) is a global alliance of individuals, organizations, businesses, and policymakers working toward a world free of plastic pollution and its toxic impacts on humans, animals, waterways, oceans, and the environment.

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