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EMF Bombardment Three Simple Steps to Cope

EMF Bombardment Three Simple Steps to Cope

#EMFexposures #EMFBombardment No matter where we go these days, we tend to be surrounded by free wi-fi, phone towers… Those that are aware of the harmful effects (whether they experience them or not) often ask, “What can I do to keep myself safe?” There is the...

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Beds and Bedding: What to Consider

Beds and Bedding: What to Consider

Beds and Bedding: What to Consider Why Does it Matter? Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial to good health. Sleep is the time when our bodies heal and recover from the day, they detoxify and rejuvenate, they reset ready to carry you through another day. Our beds...

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Reading Labels 101

Reading Labels 101

Reading Labels In this post, we are going to explore reading labels. Why?, I hear you ask. Because although I believe we have the right to trust that anything that is available to us has been tested and determined to be safe, the reality is that for many reasons, this...

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EMF Exposure – Understanding How You Can Reduce Your Exposure

EMF Exposure – Understanding How You Can Reduce Your Exposure

EMF Exposure – Understanding How You Can Reduce Your Exposure EMF is a sneaky thing – because you can’t see or smell it, it is often not considered. When people are exposed to EMF, they can get a variety of symptoms. With regards to radio frequency electromagnetic...

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Lead – Creating Awareness

Lead – Creating Awareness

Lead Poisoning Prevention is Better than Cure When I first began assessing buildings for health hazards, I was dumbfounded to discover leadlighting (aka stained glass in the US) still used lead. Yes, despite the known risks, lead is still used for leadlighting! My...

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Handy Essential Oils

Handy Essential Oils

Handy Essential Oils to Use Around the Home I wanted to share with you some handy essential oils that you can use with ease. I don’t like conventional pesticides they are neurotoxins, many of which were developed for use in warfare! Instead, I like to think about...

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Mould & Essential Oils

Mould & Essential Oils

Mould & Essential Oils There is a lot of marketing around products for mould… and a lot of hype now that the effects of mould on health are gaining awareness in the community. In this video, I share with you information about mould & essential oils. I want to...

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Asbestos-Related Products Are Often On My Radar

Asbestos-Related Products Are Often On My Radar

Asbestos-related products are often on my radar. Why? Because so many of our homes contain asbestos-related products – everything from walls, soffits, pipes, cladding, roof tiles, carpet backings, and more. Asbestos was only banned in 2003. It was widely used in the...

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Lead Dust and Heavy Metals

Lead Dust and Heavy Metals

Lead can be found in older homes. Primarily it was used in paints. Now that the health effects of lead are better understood (lowering IQ, amongst other things), lead has been phased out. Note - it has been replaced by antimony. If you are in an older home, it is...

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Do You Ventilate Your Home?

Do You Ventilate Your Home?

Do You Ventilate Your Home? What did I notice when I first started assessing homes? I discovered something that surprised me – and still does. A vast number of people don’t ventilate their homes. This means, that in many cases they rarely (or never) open windows and...

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How to Connect to the Ethernet – Computer, Phone and Tablet

How to Connect to the Ethernet – Computer, Phone and Tablet

Connecting to the Ethernet has many benefits, no matter who you are or what your reason is. If you are looking for a safer way to use the internet than wifi – this if for you. If you want to have a good connection for video calls or games – this is for you. If you...

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When Building Biology Means Building Courage

When Building Biology Means Building Courage

Developments in My World Around Building Biology Building courage has been important in these three great things that have happened in the last week or so. First Firstly, I finnnaaalllllyyyyyy completed my Advanced Diploma in Building Biology. With only one subject to...

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Sleep: Why Is it So Important?

Sleep: Why Is it So Important?

Do you struggle to get a good night’s sleep? Many people do these days, and this can have a bigger impact that just feeling sleepy all day, or perhaps being on the caffeine-cycle. Ironically, according to apps on our devices, there is an “insomnia epidemic.” When you...

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Carbon Monoxide – Beware This Silent Killer

Carbon Monoxide – Beware This Silent Killer

As winter approaches, it is a great time to be having appliances serviced and checked for problems; as well, ensuring that flues are vented to the exterior and that there are no blockages. There are many things to be thinking about, and today, I wanted to share this...

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Sick Building Syndrome: Is Your Workplace Healthy?

Sick Building Syndrome: Is Your Workplace Healthy?

"Sick Building Syndrome" is a term that has been around for a few decades to explain how and why people are affected by their buildings. As a building biologist, I am frequently assessing the health of buildings (whether they are sick or not) and how they may impact...

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