The Environmental Working Group reports that indoor air is 2 to 5 times more toxic than the air outside. Toxins commonly found in homes include PBDEs (flame retardants), VOCs including formaldehyde, phthalates and perfluorinated chemicals (nonstick cookware).
If your home contains sources of toxins, it is very difficult to maintain your health. Making sure the water, air, textiles, paints, cleaning products and wireless devices aren’t adding to your toxic load is one of the most responsible things you can do for yourself and your family.
You can learn to comprehensively address possible toxic sources, and turn your home into the “health haven” it is meant to be: a space that is healing, restorative and calming. Some of the solutions are quite simple.
The Toxic Home Transformation Summit series, which aired in June, is now available to purchase.
What can you learn from The Toxic Home Transformation series?
+ Do-it-yourself “green” cleaning methods
+ Health-promoting building and decorating materials
+ Harmful frequencies emitted by high tech devices
+ Replacements for common toxin sources, like nonstick cookware and plastics
+ Real-life “home detox” tips from families who’ve done it