Tag: #breatheyourbiome

What’s In Dust?

What’s In Dust?

Dust contains toxins. Indoor air is reported by the EPA to be up to 5x more polluted than outdoor air. We spend around 90% of our lives indoors. Limiting dust is a free and easy way we can make the air in our homes better for our health. This simple practice makes a...
Strategies for Fire Season

Strategies for Fire Season

The fires on the west coast of the US are affecting many of us. I just threw this together in case it may help in some way. If you are not directly affected by the fires right now, tuck this info away in the case of poor air quality for any reason. These things are...
Thirsty Thursday

Thirsty Thursday

Indoor house plants can impact the quality of your indoor air. By doing so they can improve your health and help make your home, office, classroom, or other indoor space #alittlelesstoxic They look beautiful and their presence alone can help boost mood. But there is...
Microbiome 101

Microbiome 101

Your gut starts at your lips and ends at … your end. The gut is where your body interacts the most with the outside world. It is the frontline of your immune system. It is impacted by all you eat, drink, breathe, and come into contact with. Around 100 trillion...
Supporting Our Immune Systems

Supporting Our Immune Systems

☀️ Sunshine. Not too little. Not too much. What we consume & are exposed to, + our genetic make up can determine the amount of sunshine that is optimal for us. The sun is a friend and has multiple benefits to the body including improving immune function. (PMID:...