Karl T. Kelsey, MD, MOH
Hooman Yaghoobzadeh, MD
I usually approach lay writing about “detoxifying” with skepticism, expecting alarmist rhetoric. Sophia’s book, however, is just the opposite. It is fact-based, filled with common sense, and completely readable!
I absolutely recommend her work as a starting place for anyone trying to get healthy by getting a handle on the lifestyle and environmental factors that we can control in our busy lives.
—Karl T. Kelsey, MD, MOH
BROWN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Professor of Epidemiology
Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Director of Center for Environmental Health and Technology
Fellow, Collegium Ramazzini
Tim Elgren PhD
I am truly impressed with Sophia Gushée's book. It is an unbelievable resource. In our quest for healthier lives through preventative medicine with diet and exercise, we have forgotten the potential hazards lurking in common products all around us. This well researched and scholarly work is one that I know I will turn to often in my clinical practice.
—Hooman Yaghoobzadeh, MD
Weill Cornell Medical College and New York-Presbyterian Hospital
Selected by New York magazine as one of the best doctors in New York and by Castle Connolly as one of America's best doctors
David O. Carpenter MD
As consumers, parents, occupants of a stressed planet, many of us seek information and strategies to reduce our exposure to toxins and those that are introduced into the environment. This book is a timely and invaluable resource for all. I urge you to keep it within reach and consult it often.
—Tim Elgren PhD
Dean of Arts and Science
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Frank Lipman MD
Sophia Ruan Gushée has provided a great and useful book. It is a very readable but very scientifically accurate account of toxins in common products we all use almost every day, with appropriate information on how we can reduce our exposures to ourselves and especially to our children. The chemicals of concern are identified and their presence in everything from shampoos to foods to furniture is reported, including ways by which one can avoid excessive exposure.
—David O. Carpenter MD
University of Albany's School of Public Health
Director of the Institute for Health and the Environment
Professor of Environmental Health Sciences
Sophia Ruan Gushée's A to Z of D-Toxing: The Ultimate Guide to Reducing Our Toxic Exposures is exactly that: a comprehensive guide to common household products that may harbor dangerous chemicals and toxins hidden in their ingredients. Her in-depth research makes this book a helpful, easy-to-read manual for any head of household concerned with reducing toxins in everyday life.
—Frank Lipman MD
New York Times bestselling author of The New Health Rules
Founder of Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in Manhattan
Sophia Gushée is a leader and refreshing voice in the environmental health and wellness community. A to Z of D-Toxing is the new bible, setting a new standard for families wanting to take a deep dive into optimal wellbeing providing the very best for their children and protecting them from toxic exposures. Gushée uses an educational rather than punitive approach to disseminating the information in the book.
A to Z of D-Toxing should be required reading for expectant and new parents.
Founder of MamaGlow.com
Maternity Lifestyle Maven
A to Z of D-Toxing is a veritable encyclopedia regarding the nature of the substances with which we interact everyday—in our homes, our food, our drinks, our childrens' products, and much more. Turn to this book to learn valuable details about how you can keep your home, your body and your family educated and safe.
Thank you Sophia, for creating this invaluable resource.
Author of Art of Attention
Yoga and Meditation Teacher
Founder of Teach.yoga