Let’s face it. Detoxing your home can be overwhelming and figuring out where to start can be enough to make you want give up before you even begin. I’m often asked why I even bother trying to get rid of products with toxic ingredients. For me, my history of migraines is linked to hormonal issues and many of the toxic ingredients found in every day household products are actually endocrine disrupters. After cleaning up my diet, I decided that it was probably worth it to try and detox my home as well. I implemented a few things at a time and have over the years been able to get rid of many of the toxins that are known to be harmful for our bodies. If you are just beginning to detox your home, here are a few simple ways to get started.
Still feeling overwhelmed? Don’t try to implement all of these things at once. Pick one at a time and make it a habit. Then move on to the next one.
What are some other things you do to detox your home? Please share in the comments!
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