In our modern lives, we often overlook the potential risks of toxic exposure within the very place we consider safe: our homes. Unbeknownst to many, our living spaces can harbor a multitude of harmful substances that pose risks to our health.
From volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted by paints, furniture, and cleaning products to indoor air pollutants, such as mold, dust mites, and pet dander, our homes can be breeding grounds for health hazards. Prolonged exposure to these toxins can lead to respiratory issues, allergies, hormonal imbalances, and even serious diseases.
However, by adopting simple yet effective measures, we can significantly reduce the impact of toxic exposure on our health. Implementing proper ventilation, using eco-friendly and non-toxic materials, regularly cleaning and maintaining our homes, and embracing natural cleaning and personal care products are just a few steps towards creating a healthier living environment for ourselves and our loved ones.
By being proactive in reducing toxic exposure, we can create homes that not only provide comfort and shelter but also foster long-term well-being!
That’s why for this episode we brought on environmental toxin specialist, Lara Adler to come back for part 2 to talk about the risks of toxic exposure in the home and how we can reduce it’s impact on health.
In this episode, we have Lara Adler an Environmental Toxins Expert & Educator and a Certified Holistic Health Coach who teaches health coaches, nutritionists, and other health professionals how to eliminate the #1 thing holding their clients back from the results they are seeking – the unaddressed link between chemicals and chronic health problems. She trains practitioners to become experts in everyday toxic exposures so they can improve client outcomes without spending hundreds of hours researching on their own.
In this episode, we talk in-depth about: – Environmental toxins and how they harm our bodies; – Looking into environmental toxins through a scientific perspective and; – The changes we can make in homes to reduce the impact of environmental toxins; – and so much more!
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