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Environmental Toxicity

Good advice on health shouldn’t stop at nutrition, meditation, hydration and exercise – your body is influenced by a myriad of external factors as well. Very often, the analysis we undertake in a client consultation flags up some of these external factors as damaging to the body.

Significant environmental toxins can be found in three key rooms of the house. We’ve listed them below in turn, including the biggest negative influences on your health: Kitchen

• Cooking with aluminium cooking pots or Teflon coated non-stick pans.. Ideally, use stainless steel kitchenware instead.

• Cooking with/in plastic containers (ready meal packaging) or using bacofoil Microwave food! Lounge

• Lengthy exposure to Electro-Magnetic Frequencies (EMF) through laptops, Wi-Fi, mobile-phones, etc. This is nigh-on impossible to avoid in today’s lifestyle, but it can be minimised where possible. Bathroom

• Using deodorants containing aluminium. The Natural Dispensary have a number of aluminium free options.

• Hair colourants. If you do want to use them, then have them foiled on so they don’t touch the scalp.

• Skin, hair and beauty products that contain chemicals such as parabens, sulphates, etc.

• Synthetic fragranced air fresheners

Your skin is the largest organ in your body and it readily absorbs chemicals from hair, skin and beauty products. These chemicals can be avoided by using natural products, which achieve the same effect in a much more body and health friendly way. I highly recommend Neal’s Yard Remedies products and Tropic Products.

Download the app 'THINK DIRTY' this lists thousands of cosmetic products etc and lets you know how toxic they are its really quite shocking!


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