“I said, ‘Something is wrong with this.'”
Laura Turner Seydel and father Ted Turner have long been advocates for protecting the earth’s environment, but her Crossroads occurred 10 years ago when she learned about toxins inside her family’s bodies.
She participated in an intergenerational study and was shocked to learn what her family had been absorbing from normal household products.
Today, she urges parents to learn more about product ingredients and is advocating Congress to update the 1938 Cosmetic Act to require complete labeling of consumer products so, for example, women will know when they apply lipstick, they could be absorbing lead into their bloodstream within seconds.