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Should you detox your home environment? Is that even possible?
Most of you are familiar with the concept of detoxifying your body to improve and maintain optimal health and wellness. I believe it is also essential to detox our home environment as you may not be aware that your home is one of the greatest sources of toxins.
Are you wanting to create a healthier environment to live and work in? Who doesn't want a healthier environment? With all the harmful chemicals in our environment, it is important to ensure that you are doing what you can to eliminate as many of them as you can.
Listed below are some top tips for a healthier home or office.
It is time to unlock your child's potential and allow their childhood achievements and developments to contribute to their lifetime potential.
As we know children are amazing little beings! So, think about all that they achieve on a day to day basis and the development they undergo from the time they are born. We all hope for the best in our children, so they can be the happiest and healthiest possible. We also wish for them to get the most from their education and allow their developing brains the opportunity to soak up and retain an expanding wealth of knowledge and information in this world.
Autumn is a time of nurturing, building and supporting your organs for the cold change ahead. It is time to clear the heat of summer from your body in order to prepare our immune system for the Winter ahead. In traditional Chinese medicine Autumn affects the lung and large intestine meridian and the element metal. At this time the air tends to dry out and with this may bring symptoms like constipation. This season also affects our nasal passages leading to an increase in sinus, allergy and congestion ailments. The predominant emotion for Autumn is grief and sadness.
Cholesterol is a type of fat that is essential and vital for life. It is a building block for many metabolic processes in the body including making hormones, supporting cell structure and making bile and essential vitamins such as vitamin D. Cholesterol can be found in certain foods (e.g. meats, dairy products, eggs, seafood especially crustaceans), and is also made by your liver.
Is your cholesterol levels a problem? Are you wanting to lower your cholesterol naturally? It is never too late to improve your health!
Outlined below are 5 simple steps you can take to help lower your cholesterol naturally. Some simple dietary and lifestyle modifications, along with appropriate supplementation, can add years to your life.