Danger lurks in the most unlikely of places, so avoid the most common health pitfalls in your home with our handy tips!
Whether or not you’re a hoarder, taking a moment to de-clutter your lifestyle and your kitchen cupboards can be a great way to improve your wellbeing. Health-affecting products don’t just include the usual suspects like harsh cleaning chemicals under your sink and processed foods in your refrigerator, but also seemingly harmless things like old clothes or receipts. The idea of discarding things in order to improve your health might sound odd, but it can hold both psychologically and physical health benefits.
Studies have linked sweeteners such as aspartame to diseases like Alzheimer’s, heart attacks and diabetes. The well-known phrase ‘everything in moderation’ is a good motto to employ here: the chances are a little sweetener now and then isn’t going to cause long term damage, but try to limit your use as much as possible.
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