One of the key components for supporting our health is reducing the burden of environmental toxins on our bodies (I talk a lot about this in my Debunking Detox and Environmental Toxins articles). Creating a home environment with minimal environmental toxins is an important way to make your home as safe as possible for you and your family.
The term “clean” can mean a range of different things from “environmentally friendly” to truly “non-toxic.” Things can get even more confusing because anything called “eco-friendly” or “environmentally friendly” is NOT necessarily better for your health.
This is our curated guide of our recommended non-toxic home products that our team has tested & approved of – from candles, to cookware, to cleaning products & beyond!
This will be a living, breathing resource that we’ll continually update as we fall in love with new trustworthy products.
You will also find some specific language/key words to reference on ingredient lists when looking for products on your own. We hope this resource will empower you to make informed decisions about your home products!
We hope you enjoy!
Pssst…My go-to resources for things like this are the Environmental Working Group (EWG), EWG Healthy Living App and Consumer Reports. I have no affiliation with any of these brands or stores (except Amazon), this 100% to make your life easier!
To learn more about non-toxic living options, see our blog post on Non-Toxic Beauty Guide! As always, please reach out with any questions!
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Morgan Goodstadt, MS, RD, CDN, LDN, IFNCP
Registered Dietitian, Master’s in Clinical Nutrition, Certified Integrative and Functional Nutritionist and Health Coach. Morgan combines her expertise in nutrition with evidenced-based functional medicine and experience in human behavior to help her clients improve their health, relationship with food, and overall wellbeing. Her philosophy aims to achieve balance in both the diet and other areas of life.
Paige is a health & wellness enthusiast in training with the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy.
Paige has a deep passion for the intersection between nutrition and mood – and with a background in Psychology, she loves to illuminate behaviors that simplify living a happier, more abundant life!
You can find Paige on Instagram at @happierhacks !
The term “detox” has been exploited as a way to sell diet programs. But is there some truth to it? Do we need to “detox”? The answer, as I typically say with nutrition, is that it depends.