Unacceptable level is a very riveting documentary by film maker Ed Brown, as it brings to light the result of the chemical revolution of the 1940. It’s a sad fact that most of us are not informed about the many toxic chemicals that we are exposed to everyday. Just imagine how many products out in the market today made from man-made chemicals and how much of these chemicals are now mingling with our body cells and we don’t even know fully well of its effect on us and our children.
Many of us are getting sick as a result of these toxins entering our bodies from the food that we eat, the water that we drink and from the air that we breathe. Chemicals can accumulate in our bodies and usually go unnoticed for some time. The worst part is that it can transfer to our children.
This film provides us an extreme understanding about the effect chemicals to our body, like cancer and mental disorders. It challenges our governments and companies to take action in fighting this threat. Do you know that so many products have been recalled after being sold commercially for decades due to the health hazard it presents to people? Simply because no test has been done prior to their production.
The information given by this film will definitely make a difference in our lives. It will challenge our capacity to protect our families. We need to change the way we look at everything and ourselves and as consumers, to change the way we buy things. We all need to speak out and demand a safer future and a better environment for us and our children. We need to do everything we can to understand the complex effect of synthetic chemicals we are experiencing now. We must be compassionate and wise enough to start doing things differently. We all want a much better future… a future that is free from toxic chemicals.
Let us do our part and go beyond the acceptable level in promoting and supporting this film by Ed Brown.