We spend so much of our time indoors and in our home, which is why creating a non-toxic home and practicing non-toxic living is an important part of caring for your health and wellbeing.
The Environmental Protection Agency says that indoor air quality can be five times worse than outdoor air quality, with one major contributor to that being to the increased use of synthetic furnishings, personal care products, pesticides, and household cleaners.
In addition to these types of toxins that can get into our air, there are others that may leach into our food or drinking water and others that contribute to noise and light pollution in our homes — all of which can affect our wellbeing in the short- and long-term.
What to Look for When Transitioning to a Non-Toxic Home
Over the majority of my adult life, and especially in the past few years, I’ve been very mindful about what we…