Tonya Harris joins the show to talk about how to easily detoxify your home without it being overwhelming! Tonya goes room to room, explaining what to prioritize when it comes to detoxifying your home. Tonya also talks about how to look out for toxic products and their safe alternatives, how companies attempt to greenwash so-called nontoxic products, and so much more!
What You’ll Learn
Tune into today’s podcast to hear all about:
- The safest non-toxic cleaning practices that are better for disinfecting than cleaning products.
- The deceptive ways companies sneak super toxic ingredients into their cleaning products.
- Why generic makeup is dangerous and what to use instead.
- The top ingredients to avoid based on your health conditions.
- The toxins you should be looking out for in fragrances and sunscreen.
- Tonya’s 80/20 rule as well as other strategies you can find in her book “The Slightly Greener Method”.
- Tonya’s awesome four-step READ method for removing harmful toxins in your home.
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About Tonya Harris
Tonya Harris is an award-winning environmental toxin expert, the founder of Slightly Greener and the creator of the Slightly Greener Method™, offering busy moms simple solutions to reduce toxins without turning their lifestyle upside-down.
She is also the author of the highly anticipated book The Slightly Greener Method: Detoxifying Your Home Is Easier, Faster, and Less Expensive Than You Think (Coming out August 3, 2021).
As a childhood leukemia survivor and mother of three (including one with multiple learning disabilities), Tonya helps parents learn how toxins in the home can affect their family’s health. In addition to Board certification and a Master’s degree in holistic nutrition, she holds multiple certificates in the environmental health field.
You can learn more about Tonya and her work at slightlygreener.com
And check her out on instagram @slightlygreener
The Slightly Greener Method
The Slightly Greener Method gives you small, actionable changes you can easily make in three areas of your home—the kitchen (foods and beverages), bathroom (personal care products and cosmetics), and cleaning products—without breaking the bank or upending your life.
You don’t have to be 100% chemical free to be healthier and safer. By focusing on micro-habits you can build over time and the gradual introduction of non-toxic, all-natural or organic, eco-friendly products, board-certified holistic nutritionist Tonya Harris guides you along a roadmap to a greener, more environmentally-friendly and sustainable lifestyle that can help protect you and your families’ health long-term.
Get answers to questions like:
- What does “organic” really mean?
- Which of the unpronounceable chemicals listed on the back of my shampoo bottle might be toxic?
- Do I really need to throw away expired makeup?
- Why aren’t companies always required to list toxic ingredients on their product labels?
- How can I make sure my kids and pets are safe while also keeping a squeaky clean house?
It’s never too soon (or too late) to start your slightly greener journey! This practical, actionable guide is perfect for readers of bestselling lifestyle and organizational books such as The Complete Book of Clean and Zero Waste Home, and fans of TV shows like Tidying Up with Marie Kondo and The Home Edit.
To pick up your copy of The Slightly Greener Method, click here!
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