How to Clean Up Your Diet and Enviorment

What and how we eat really affects our health. There is much more to the grand picture of wellness, but this is definitely a major factor.
The first piece of advice is to eat clean. Eat organic if possible. Avoid foods with excessive pesticides, herbicides and other toxins. Avoid food colorings and other artificial additives.
Usually the less processed the food-the better off you are.
Cook with healthy oils. Eat healthy oils and fats. Good options are coconut and avocado oil. Butter as well. Olive oil and fish oils are good raw, not for cooking though.
When cooking with oils, avoid smoking. If the oil starts to smoke, that means that it is being ruined and free radicals are being created. Cooking on a low flame can help you avoid that.
After your diet is cleaned up, you will want to clean up your house. Not from clutter, although that is also a good idea. I am referring to a different cleanup. The amount of toxin emitting products we use is awesome. So many cleaning products, laundry products, personal care products, clothing, flooring, car products, furnishings, etc.
There are more than 80,000 chemicals used in the US. Examples are phthalates, BPA, TBT, flame retardants, PFOAs, insecticides and other toxic substances. We are constantly breathing and consuming these toxins. By minimizing exposure by getting greener substitutes, you will already be a mile ahead. But don’t stop there. Make sure you are drinking clean water by getting a high-grade water filtering system. Get a quality air purifier to clean the unavoidable toxins lurking in the air. Lastly, go and get yourself a good sauna, so that you can flush out all those toxins that have accumulated in your body over the years.
At natures arena we offer all of these tools. Take advantage!

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