LOW TOX COACH

Well, low-tox is about removing as many toxic chemicals from your life as possible so your body can operate efficiently.

Toxins are everywhere.

in the last 70 years, over 45,000 chemicals have been man invented and many of those are in our food, on our skin and throughout our homes and offices. We’re overloaded and our bodies are getting more and more sluggish as time goes on – they’re literally fed up!

If you are overweight, have hormone imbalances, suffer from an autoimmune condition, or are fighting cancer, the toxic chemicals you come into contact with every day may be a contributing factor. Sure there are other factors that come into play with all these conditions but when you’re struggling with any health condition, toxins can greatly impact your body’s ability to heal. They may even be enough to tip your body from a state of health to a state of sickness and disease. I support parents (and their kids) in navigating environmental toxin exposure. How toxins affect children specifically, how to become more literate in what you can do to support your child’s health day to day through safe home remedies, how you can shop across personal care, toys, clothing and household items to ensure their toxin exposure is minimal.If we work towards creating a low-tox home, we can improve our health, protect our families, and ultimately, save the planet.

Household
oCleaning Products
Laundry Room Products
oInside Air Quality
oElectromagnetic Fields (EMF’s) & Dirty Electricity
oOther Household Concerns:
Home Decor, Lighting, Home Office
Kitchen
oWater Filtration
oFood Packaging
oProcessed Foods 
oProduce – Pesticides, Organics, and GMO’s
oAnimal Products – Hormones, Antibiotics, Labels
oCookware, Bakeware, & Food Storage
Bathroom
oPersonal Care Products
oCosmetics & Perfumes
Bedroom
oMattresses, Bedding, Etc.
And so much more!

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About me

I empower moms to support their families so that they can nourish themselves and establish healthy foundations for their children through nutrition, education, and family culture.