One of the biggest ways we can reduce our toxic load is by swapping out items we use on a daily basis. If you’re someone who makes snacks and lunches for your children (or just for yourself), making an effort to focus on healthier ways to store your foods should be on your priority list.
When it comes to living a non-toxic lifestyle, one thing I have stressed over the years is to swap what you can, when you can and be happy with what you’re able to do. NOT focusing on what you can’t do or how to do it all it once. That later leads you into a negative and stuck mindset that will self sabatoge any good you could do. I’ve noticed so many people stop before they even start because of that and it’s an impossible way to live life. By swapping things as you can and things that you are using most often, you are able to live a healthier life but also remain more fulfilled while doing so. This has been my motto the entire duration of my non-toxic lifestyle and it will continue to be for the rest of my life.
Along and along I’ve been able to make swaps and cleaning up your kitchen is a really great way to reduce your toxic load. I’ve written about nontoxic pots and pans that pass the test, cleaning must haves and why to use filtered water. With back-to-school in full swing and making lunches a weekday thing, I’ve got to share some of the ways to reduce our toxic load with swaps.
Check out these recommendations we have below and how you can swap one thing out at a time to have a more non-toxic lunch box set up.
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