This episode is part two of my conversation with Wendy, a toxins lawyer, and clean-living coach. We had a candid and, at times, shocking conversation about indoor air quality and cleaning products.
Wendy told me indoor air quality could be 2-5 more polluted than outdoor air. And since, on average, we spend 90% of our time indoors, the quality of our indoor air matters.
A doctor told me many years ago that if you’re not breathing well, you’re not well.
We also have an interesting discussion about household cleaning products and the pollution they can bring into your space.
Wendy shared with me that she used to have terrible migraines. She was living in Italy when her daughter was born, and her daughter was suffering from a skin disorder. Her Italian pediatrician suggested she get rid of all synthetic fragrances in her home (laundry detergent and cleaning supplies); she did, and her daughter’s skin was healed, and Wendy also got rid of her migraines!
Download Wendy’s guide called Tossing the Toxins at www.tossingthetoxins.com.
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