How to reduce your chemical load
What we put into our body and how we move plays an important role when it comes to our overall health, body composition and risk for disease. But what about the air we breathe, the chemicals we are exposed and the toxic load we put into our body? It's difficult to predict the exact impact this will have on us in 10 or 20 years' time, but we do know that chemical overexposure has been linked to a variety of diseases, including obesity and developmental issues. Research has suggested that we are exposed to over 700,000 chemicals EACH DAY! A crazy and scary thought.
So how can we reduce our load? Here are a few simple solutions to get you started and help minimize the toxic burden.