Indoor air quality can often be more polluted than the air outside. Here’s to breathing easier.
Forest bathing is hot right now but the truth is that most of us spend 90 per cent of our time indoors in our homes, offices, schools, shopping centres and cars.
Unfortunately indoor air quality can be 100 times worse than the air outside, says naturopath and clinical nutritionist Tabitha McIntosh at Awaken Your Health who co-authored One Bite At A Time: Reduce Toxic Exposure & Eat The Word You Want.
“Any time you buy new linens, carpeting, and other home furnishings such as furniture, electronics, plus personal care and cleaning products, you also bring the chemicals used in their manufacturing into your house,” McIntosh says. Read more...
Published Vogue > Beauty > Wellbeing
By Jody Scott
14th Aug 2017