Just Start Somewhere

Did you know?

Our kids’ generation has a shorter life expectancy than we do. 

It’s hard to fathom with all the “advances” in medicine and technology, but it’s true.

Here are some current statistics:

1 in 8 children has asthma
1 in 6 has a mental health disorder
1 in 12 has food allergies
1 in 5 has eczema
1 in 6 has a developmental delay
1 in 44 has autism

We’ve traded acute childhood dis-eases (that actually strengthen a child’s immune system) for chronic childhood conditions. Our parents didn’t really deal with eczema, asthma, autism, or even allergies. What is going on?

Some people are quick to jump to ONE cause or reason for this epidemic, but I tend to think it’s a bunch of little things that add up over time.

The big jump in numbers started in the 80s. There are many factors that play into this situation. A few of these include the ▪️ 80,000+ harsh chemicals allowed on the market without testing ▪️ increasing heavy metal exposure (including from vaxcxines) ▪️ increasing medical interventions and pharmaceuticals ▪️ increasing consumption of processed and fast food ▪️a decreasing exposure to the outdoors, where much of the immune system should be built.

You might tend to think “it’s just a little bit, it won’t hurt” but the reality is the ubiquitous amount of toxins in our food and water supply, our products, our air all add up to an unbearable toxic load. Especially when it comes to our small children.

We MUST begin to lower the toxic load in our childrens’ bodies. There are many ways to do this. Control what you can control, and JUST START SOMEWHERE.

-Drink filtered water.
-Be careful with personal care and cleaning products, as they contain a ridiculous amount of harsh chemicals, fake fragrance, and hormones disruptors.
-Get rid of scented candles.
-Prioritize sleep, sunshine, and dirt exposure.
-Limit or eliminate food dyes.
-Place boundaries on screen time.
-Stop buying frankenfoods.
-Cook at home as much as possible.

We are raising our children to be the next generation of parents. As we learn better, then we DO better, and the cycle of good choices will continue to generations after us.



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