Home Detox: Make Your Home a Healthier Place for Everyone Who Lives There (Paperback)
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From the bedroom mattress and pillows to daily cleaning products for the kitchen and bath, toothbrushes, and even furniture and clothing, toxins are embedded in many products and items used regularly in the home—and they are making us sick. Home Detox is a practical, accessible guide to understanding the problem and how we can address it in our own homes in a manageable and affordable way. Daniella Chace, a professional toxicologist and health writer, teaches readers how to identify potential toxins, with an easy-to-follow, room-by-room evaluation of the "Toxic Ten" in each space. She explains the connection between toxins in everyday objects and chronic health issues such as headaches, asthma, high cholesterol, skin problems, and sleep problems and offers strategies for eliminating toxins, along with easy recipes for effective homemade cleaning solutions using essential oils, baking soda, vinegar, and other ingredients that are natural, affordable, and effective.
About the Author
Daniella Chace, MSc, CN, is a nationally recognized clinical practitioner, author, and educator. She is a leader in the field of medical nutrition therapy, and has written books, columns, and patient care materials, appeared on radio and television, and is the creator and host of Nutrition Matters, a health science program covering hot topics in toxicology, medicine, and nutrition, that is aired on NPR stations nationwide. She lives in Port Townsend, Washington.