Focus on Family: Going green for spring

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Allie’s Tips:

Keep it Simple in the Home:
As far as the home and kitchen goes, it’s just best to use products that aren’t doused with many complicated coatings or chemicals. If you can’t pronounce it, it probably not good for you.

Avoid harmful toxins

Keep Materials Organic:
When it comes to products that are prone to wear and tear, ensure you and your loved ones aren’t exposed to materials that easily wear down unhealthily.
Gravitate towards naturally made, yet functional household items.

Keep it Fresh:
The best way to stay conscious of your body’s health, as well as the health of your environment, is to keep your diet exposed to ingredients from nature.
Eat superfoods and spring vegetables.
Incorporate fresh ingredients with items already in your pantry.

Less Packaging, the Better:
Limiting the number of heavily packaged or unrecyclable goods and foods in your home is a must. Not only are most packages prone to chemicals, but most times they are non-biodegradable.

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