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Do you want to learn about how toxic chemical exposure impacts your health but everything you read makes you feel like this?


Do you know about the toxic chemicals you're exposed to and how they can make you sick but aren't sure what to do about it? Do you often feel like this?


Or maybe you're just completely overwhelmed and feel helpless by it all.

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First thing you need to know - Unlike the majority of Non Toxic related websites - I am not just self-taught. I actually spent 12 years in college studying Environmental Health Issues.

That's why I know living a life free of toxic chemicals is impossible today. Toxins are in our air, water, soil and even the dust in our homes. You have little control over your exposure to these sources.

So, if you find yourself on a website that proclaims you can lead a nontoxic life - you're on the wrong website!

On this site I'll show you how to reduce your exposure to a lot of toxic chemicals. These are found in the products that you voluntarily choose to use.

Personal care and cleaning products, food, cookware, drinking water and air fresheners are all voluntary sources of toxic chemical exposure. Using my scientific expertise, I thoroughly research the toxics you need to avoid and how to avoid them.

BUT - You can't avoid all toxic chemical exposure!

Breathing outdoor air, eating out (think nonstick and plastic chemicals), sitting on your friends stain resistant couch can expose you to toxins.

The human body is amazing and has many ways to deal with breaking down and expelling most toxic chemicals. Once you inhale, absorb and ingest toxins they are distributed throughout your body.

Your body’s detoxification machine, the liver, then starts the process of breaking down these harmful substances by a complex series of chemical reactions. Your kidneys, lungs, GI tract and skin also play a role in getting rid of toxins.

Your body's detox process requires raw materials, like the nutrients and antioxidents found in superfoods, to provide the raw materials to keep the process running efficiently. 

So, protecting your health is a two-part process. Reduce your exposure and eat foods that support your body's ability to protect you from toxic chemical exposure. I'll show you, based on scientific research, the superfoods that will help keep you healthy.

So, want to learn how to reduce your exposure to toxins to Be Healthy and Stay Healthy? Want to know what to eat to help your body deal with toxic chemical exposure? Want practical and effective tips, support and guidance on your journey? Then, you've come to the right place!

I consider non toxic living to be an essential part of a healthy life. And I’ll share with you what I’ve learned over the past 30 years as an environmental scientist and a consumer. 

You can start your journey to good health here.

FREE EBOOK

Join the Nontoxic for Health Community and receive a copy of my ebook HOMEMADE SIMPLIFIED for free. In the book you'll find 50 recipes that can be made from only 11 cheap and safe ingredients.

The simple, practical and economical recipes in this guide will keep your home clean, your home and garden bug-free, and take care of your pups and your skin care needs. So, if you’re interested in living a less toxic life to be healthy and stay healthy, this free ebook - Homemade Simplified - is a great place to start. 

Mission: To provide accurate, up-to-date information and non toxic or least-toxic solutions to reduce your exposure to toxins and support healthy living.

The information found at Non Toxic for Health is a blend of science, personal experience and opinion, researched and written by an Environmental Scientist. 

Note- The scientific information found on this site is primarily gathered from numerous scientific sources, including toxicology studies, the EPA, CDC, FDA, Environmental Health Perspectives, Environmental Health News, National Institutes of Health and the Environmental Working Group.