Guide To Plastics In The Kitchen

You likely have a variety of plastics in your kitchen; cooking utensils, strainers, food processor bowls, cups, plates, blender carafes, etc.

While these materials are convenient, they also are a primary source of exposure to harmful hormone disrupting chemicals like bisphenol-a and phthalates. The goal is not to be fearful of plastics, but to be smarter about their use.

Is organic really necessary?

While my goal is to help you reduce your daily exposure to chemicals, it is not enough for me to tell you don’t eat that, eat this, or don’t buy that, buy this.

My goal is to educate and motivate you to change, and feel empowered to shift the landscape for yourself, and everyone else when is comes to reducing your toxic load. While we are exposed to toxins daily from the food we eat to the products we use and more, I figured I would start with what we already associate with the word healthy, and that is the kitchen.



 5 simple tips to reduce your toxic exposure

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