1. Don’t put anything on your skin you wouldn’t eat!
Avoid mainstream consumer skin care, cosmetics and personal care products, shower or bath in water is best no need for soaps as destroy the skins natural microbiome.
If no skin sensitivity then you may try natural brands like DrBronner’s, or Intelligent Nutrients. Best skin moisturisers are edible fats, coconut oil, cacao butter or tallow mixed with olive oil and lavender oil.
For shampoos for sensitive children and adults using egg yolk is the best cleanser or choose clean products by Acure available on iherb.
For skin care Skin Ceuticals or Annemarie Skin care for perfumes swap to using clean oils from Young Living. For make up use mineral based make up to prevent increasing toxicity and hormonal disruption
Deodorant, the body needs to sweat! Use lemon juice under arm or at least a NON aluminum natural deodorant, sweat only smells if you’re toxic!
2. Don’t eat foods made with chemicals you can’t pronounce
Read the ingredients labels. If the list of ingredients is too long and complex to figure out, it’s probably made more with chemicals than actual food.
3. Don’t use unnecessary over-the-counter drugs or prescriptions.
If you do need to use medication for short-term emergency use, be sure to detoxify your liver afterwards. Milk Thistle 250mg twice daily to protect the liver, or charcoal will also aid detoxification
4. Drink more clean filtered mineral water.
Most people simply don’t consume enough water to effectively remove toxins from their bodies. If you don’t like water by itself, add sliced lemon, lime, mint or cucumber to a glass of water and enjoy.
5. Cleanse your body with parsley, chlorella or activated charcoal.
All these substances can help cleanse your body and eliminate toxic substances that may be detrimental to your health. Add a bunch of parsley to your smoothie or green juice every day. Use activated charcoal when traveling or exposed to food that may not be the cleanest.
6. Don’t use products that give off gas/toxic chemicals in your home.
Air fresheners, perfumed candles, carpets, glues, etc. Use a high quality air filter and add green plants to bedrooms and living areas.
7. Don’t use non-stick cookware.
These are the worst! Although they are very convenient to use and clean it emits toxic fumes when overheated. Invest in quality stainless steel pans or cast-iron. You can also use ceramic coated ones, from Go Green or Le Creuset.
8. Buy certified organic products.
The USDA Organic Seal is a trusted seal that genuinely indicates organic quality (both in foods and personal care products). Don’t be fooled by brand names that use the word “organics” in their name but aren’t really organic.
9. Get the chemicals out of your laundry!
Stop washing your clothes in toxic brand-name laundry detergents and fabric softeners or dryer sheets. It is astounding what chemicals these can contain. Invest in washing soap nuts or eco laundry detergents.
10. Breath with pre-caution!
During high haze period follow our doctor’s recommendation.