Would you like to live healthier?

Many Americans are introducing toxins into their homes. Common household products contain chemicals that effect not only germs, but humans and animals as well. Modern homes are built air tight to conserve energy, but this means toxins can linger even longer.

Additionally, our diets lack significant sources of vitamins and minerals. Even diets rich in vegetables, fruit and other healthy foods need consideration if the produce is coming from depleted soil or non-organic farms. GMOs have been introduced into our foods without 3rd party testing to ensure safety.

My name is Joy Boudreau, and I’m dedicated to enjoying life in a healthy way. I’ll keep you informed on the latest about healthy living, and show you how to make every day choices that will pay off for years to come!

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The Dangers Of Chlorine Bleach
April 15, 2019 by joy

If your household is one of the plethoras of homes that use chlorine bleach as a disinfectant and cleaning agent, you may want to read this article and rethink your choices. Chlorine bleach is downright dangerous, especially to children. The creation of chlorine bleach is actually caused by an electric shock and simply reading the disclosures on […]

Reasons to Buy Safer…
March 31, 2019 by joy

Hummm – fact or fiction?  A bit of research will show you that it is true of some chemicals, just not all. But this is truth – using national name brand cleaning products just one time a week is doing as much lung damage as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day! Read the details […]

Children’s Nutrition and Health
February 25, 2019 by joy

Today’s children are overfed and undernourished. Children, for the most part, do not eat well. They commonly choose foods that are high in fats, sugars, and salt that have little, real nutritional value. The top choices among kids are hot dogs, chicken nuggets, French fries, pancakes, pizza, cookies and ice cream. I think you will agree […]