10 Healthier Home Products

Whether you’re suffering from weight gain, fatigue, headaches, allergies, asthma, digestive problems, skin issues, or even recovering from cancer, these 10 Healthier Home Products will greatly help reduce your toxic load. In addition to eating a healthy, organic daily diet, reducing the amount of toxins you’re exposed to in your home environment will naturally support weight loss and improve your overall health.

1. Soap Nuts

Soap nuts are a 100 percent natural, hypoallergenic alternative to laundry detergent and fabric softeners. Soap nuts are what laundry detergents are made out of, but without all the chemicals, fragrances and other harmful ingredients. Simply put 5 soap nuts in the cotton drawstring bag provided and add to your wash. Note: you can add a little oxygen bleach for whites. Remove the bag before you transfer your clothes to the dryer. Reuse the soap nuts for 5 loads or when the nuts start to deteriorate.

2.Wool Dryer Balls

Use wool dryer balls and essential oils instead of dryer sheets or plastic dryer balls that leach chemicals into your clothes and, eventually, end up on your skin. Wool dryer balls are a much healthier alternative as they soften laundry, reduce drying time by up to 25 percent, reduce static, and help you save money due to the fact that they will last for thousands of loads. Add to your dryer with optional essential oils for scent. I dry our bed sheets with rosemary and lemon (great for getting rid of spiders), couch blankets with super relaxing lavender, and kitchen towels with refreshing orange and eucalyptus essential oils.

3. Essential Oils

Ditch the artificial air fresheners and cancer-causing candles. Essential oils are excellent for making your own room spray when combined with water or can be added to cleaning products for a natural scent. If you love candles, avoid petroleum-based ones such as gel and paraffin. Select soy or beeswax candles instead.

4. Microfiber Cloths

A magic fabric, microfiber clothes are an easy way to clean without using any cleaning products. You can even get microfiber mops for hardwood, laminate or tile floors. Use wet microfiber cloths for cleaning and dry for dusting.

The average American spends approximately 90 percent of their time indoors. Studies of human exposure to air pollutants by EPA indicate that indoor levels of pollutants may be 2 to 5 times – and occasionally more than 100 times – higher than outdoor pollutant levels.

5. White Vinegar

Whether you want to freshen up the fridge or tidy up the toilet, white vinegar works well as an all-purpose, non-toxic cleaner throughout the home. Straight up or mixed with water and essential oils, vinegar is a much cheaper solution to replace the pricey products congregated under your sink.

6. Baking Soda

Similar to vinegar, baking soda can be used for many cleaning tasks around the house.

7. Castile Soap

Dr. Bronner’s high quality castile soap can be used for just about any cleaning task. Face, body, hair – food, dishes, laundry, mopping, pets – clean your house and body with no synthetic preservatives, detergents or foaming agents.

8. Dish Detergent

Select a more natural dish detergent that is free of harmful chemicals that end up on the plates, cups and utensils you use daily. Make your own dishwasher detergent or find a safe one on EWG.

9. Glass Containers

Store your food and beverages in glass or BPA-free containers, such as Pyrex Snapware with leak-proof lids. Avoid plastics and BPA in your home whenever possible. Plastics contain BPA (Bisphenol A) and phlatates that mimic estrogen in your body and disrupt your hormones. BPA-free reusable grocery totes and plastic bags are also better for your body and the environment.

10. Shower Filter

Use a Rainshow’r Dechlorinating Shower Filter to reduce contaminants, especially chlorine. This filter is inexpensive, easy to install and can reduce chlorine by up to 90 percent!

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