Removing Toxins from your Home
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Glossary: EI: Environmental Illness, MCS: Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, EHS/ ES: Electro-Hypersensitivity
Remove or reduce the number of products in your home that give off VOCs. Rremove old chemicals from your home. Even those in sealed containers can leak and release VOCs into indoor air.
Increase ventilation by opening doors and windows, use fans, and maximize air brought in from outside. Keep both temperature and humidity as low as possible. Chemicals will off-gas more under warmer conditions with high humidity.
Use only natural cleaning supplies in your home.
Purchase new home or office products that contain low or no VOCs and buy environmentally preferred products.
Filter your home's air with a high-quality air filter.
Roast Aubergine and Chickpea salad with Tahini dressing