To reduce environmental toxins, you can:
Cook with stainless steel or glass
Microwave only in glass or ceramic
Use perfume and dye-free products
Buy clear dish and hand soap
Replace amalgam fillings
DON’T use chemical air fresheners (essential oils – ok)
Toss plastic ware that has degraded
Wear gloves while painting or handling chemicals
Filter drinking water
Put a filter on your shower
Don’t consume artificially colored foods or beverages
Switch to bees wax candles
Choose wool rugs
Avoid items that have been enhanced with flame retardants, bug deterrents, fragrances, anti-bacterial/microbial additives.
When we begin to reduce our chemical exposure, our bodies begin to detoxify. We don’t even realize how much of an additional load this has put on our system. The Liver detoxifies our blood and filters out harmful chemicals. So, when we have less junk to remove, the liver will be able to perform it’s other tasks more efficiently, which helps all the functions of the body.