Supply music, flowers and lighting to elevate mood and create harmony
Assess and replace household chemicals that adversely affect health and mood
Improve indoor air quality
Complete Home Scan
Assess and replace cleaning products
Assess and replace food storage products with healthy ones
Assess and replace hair and body products with healthy ones
Assess and suggest children’s toys
Assess and supply water filter and water bottles
Assess and supply shower filter – explain chlorine and fluoride issues
Teach the most important foods to buy organic
With so many chemicals swirling around us, "you definitely want to take simple measures whenever possible to lower your exposure," says Phil Brown, PhD, director of the Social Science Environmental Health Research Institute at Northeastern University in Boston.
The average home contains 500-1,000 chemicals, many of which we are unable to see, smell or taste. These chemicals may be tolerated in small doses, but problems can arise when one is exposed to them in combination or in larger doses. Everyone’s tolerance level is different depending on genetics (though children are especially vulnerable) and other factors. Abundant toxins can and do lead to health problems.