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Sally Jessy Raphael Bids Farewell to Her Infamous Red Glasses, Reports Green Nest
Date:3/16/2009

Looking for a greener earth day resolution in 2009? Join media mogul Sally Jessy Raphael with Green Nest LLC co-founder and healthy living expert Lisa Beres as they take listeners on a journey of seeing their own homes through a greener lens.

IRVINE, Calif., March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- When you set out to work on your Earth Day 2009 resolution to clean out the garage or the upstairs closet, digging through an avalanche of junk should not be your biggest worry. According to Building Biologist Lisa Beres, "Clutter isn't the real enemy -- it's the toxic products we live with everyday. Many ordinary products like cleaners, paint, and even bedding can leach toxic chemicals into the air and onto your skin. These chemicals may end up making you and your family sick." Certified Green Building Professional Lisa Beres and radio talk show host Sally Jessy Raphael announce the release of their new 3-pack CD titled Your Home Through Green Colored Glasses. The entertaining yet information-packed CD collection "guides the audience through the use of their five senses into the adventure of a healthier lifestyle while assisting consumers in identifying which products put you at risk. Simply put, it demonstrates how to clean up your house and your life in a more responsible way," reports Beres. Lisa and Sally also discuss the health risks of remodeling your home, cell phones, pesticides, cosmetics, cleaning products and how Lisa herself overcame environmental illness. Beres guides the audience in using both common sense and our five senses to tune into the daily harmful effects of these inconspicuous products while simultaneously replacing toxic habits with healthy eco-friendly ones.

The CD set is a compilation of the most popular green living show segments featured on the radio show currently broadcast on XM radio channel 158 and Sally Jessy Raphael's website http://www.sallyjr.com.

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