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FREE 5-Day Training Series:  How to Create a Toxin-Free Home without Overwhelm or Wasting Time and Money 

 Hello my amazing readers, I am so excited to share this blog with you today. Many of you signed to my 30 Day Home Detox Challenge, where I took you through key areas of your home helping you break up with toxic chemicals for good.

Since then I have wanted to add a much more comprehensive program that would essentially take all of that info to the next level.

 And I am happy to say that I have found it. It’s called the HEALTHY HOME METHOD!

Related: Your Cleaning Products May Be Making Your Baby Sick, Says Study

I believe in making science-based decisions and it’s why I love having experts like Emma Rohmann from @Green at Home as a resource! She is an environmental engineer who helps moms reduce toxins at home while cutting through all the greenwashing and misinformation out there. 

a photo of Emma  Rohmann from Green at home dot com

Emma (pictured above) has a great way of taking the studies and letting you know what they mean, and how we can use the results in our daily lives. And as a working mom, she gets that it has to be practical!

 I’ve learned so much from her, and I’m excited about a new free training series she has come up – How to Create a Toxin-Free Home Without Overwhelm. I’ve signed up for the training and would love to have you join me.

 Grab your FREE spot here. 

 Why I feel this course will benefit you:

The research coming out on ingredients in products we use every day is pretty staggering. 

Cleaning products, especially fragranced, antibacterial, and spray products, have recently been linked with increased incidences of asthma and wheeze in children. The crazy part? Ingredients don’t have to be listed on labels.

Related: Toxic Ingredients Hiding In Your Cleaning Closet And How To Spot Them

The common BPA alternative – BPS – is showing similar hormone-disrupting properties as BPA. But as average consumers, you wouldn’t know if a product has BPS because it doesn’t have to be labelled. And “BPA-free” doesn’t mean “BPS-free”.

Pregnant women in the United States were screened for 163 chemicals in their bodies, and 90% were found to have detectable levels of 62 of them. These include PBDEs, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHS), phthalates, perfluorinated compounds, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), perchlorate, lead and mercury. Many of these chemicals can cross the placenta during pregnancy and are routinely detected in cord blood.

A group of leading scientific and medical experts including MDs, Nurses, and PhDs in public health, toxicology, and environmental health issued a call to action in 2015 to reduce widespread exposures to chemicals in everyday products that interfere with fetal and children’s brain development under Project TENDR: Targeting Environmental Neuro-Developmental Risks.

The World Health Organization reports that rates of cancer and hormone-related illnesses are increasing faster than can be explained by genetics alone and environmental exposures are without a doubt playing a role.

This is why I’m so passionate about lowering toxic chemicals in my own home, and recommend you do the same. But I know first hand how challenging this can be – with so much conflicting, scary, and often wrong information out there. Not to mention it all seems so expensive.

 In live, short video training, you’ll learn… 

  • What the science says about toxins (and what it doesn’t) – not to scare you, but to help you make informed decisions. 
  • How to spot the toxins most commonly found in your home that you should address right now.
  • Sanity and money-saving tips to set yourself and your family up for success.  


And so much more… And don’t forget to join the Facebook group too.

I hope you will join me on this toxic-free journey! 


FREE 5-Day Training Series On How To Create A Toxin-Free Home

Candice Batista

Candice Batista is an award winning Environmental Journalist and one of Canada’s leading eco advocates. Her career spans national and international media outlets, where she has used her background in environmental studies and media & communications to produce and report on various environmental and climate issues for primarily television and digital audiences including Huffington Post, The Globe & Mail, The Weather Network, CityTV, Rogers Television, The Pet Network, iChannel, and CTV, where she is currently the National Eco Expert for the stations number 1 daytime talk show, The Marilyn Denis Show.
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