Healthy Home Course
Creating A Healthy Home

Almost overnight, a toxic world has been built around us, slowly manipulating how we eat, sleep, work, play…how we live. We took thousands of years to evolve in a natural habitat eating, drinking and breathing reletivly pure inputs to our bodies. In just over 100 years we have changed the quality and content of all the imputs to the human body, yet we are somehow supprised that cancer is one of our biggest killers today. The life changing consequences of these changes have never been properly documented until now.

As the Director of Education for the Canadian Natural Health Association for over 10 years Garnet MacPherson organized hundreds of guest speakers to come to Toronto to do presentations about natural health. He not only attended every lecture but he had time for a personal interview with each speaker before and after the events. Over the course of listening to the collective wisdom of hundreds of scientists, researchers, authors and practitioners from the four courners of the earth. McPherson came to the justified conclusion that the majority of modern desease is a result of deficiencies caused by what is missing from our modern diet or toxicity that we are now exposed to in our modern daily lived or a combination of both. We offer courses in how the optimize diet but now we can offer an extensive course on how to midigate the impact of toxins in our dayily life.

Our Healthy Home Course isn't only a comprehensive look at the dangerous poisons within your home but is a guide to simple solutions that will help you live a life free of the toxic burdens society has created, packaged, and sold to you as necessities of everyday life. In this course you'll learn about the science behind the positive choices you can make to improve you and your family's most important resource—your health.

With Canadians spending approximately 80 to 90% of their time indoors, there are simple actions you can do to make your home a healthy home. There are toxic and even carcinogenic substances in the average Canadian home that most people are completely unaware of. In the air your breath, in liquids you store in your home, and even in the paints on your walls and in the furnature you rest on.

Have you ever considered:

These issues just scratch the surface on the hidden dangers lurking in our dayly lives that we may be oblivius too.

For a moment lets look at just a few of the issues with the air quality you are exposed too. How healthy is the air inside your home?

As someone who is concerned about air quality, you know the quality of the air we breathe, both indoors and outdoors, plays a major role in your overall lung health. With Canadians spending approximately 90% of their time indoors, healthy indoor air quality does make a big difference.

According to the report, Life and Breath: Respiratory Disease in Canada, more than 3 million Canadians have lung disease with this number increasing as the general population gets older. Just as clean water is central to good health, Breathing clean air is important for everyone and can be vital to the health of those with lung disease.

Our Healthy Home Course

This course reviels hundreds of toxins and carcinogen lurking in the average home and how you can avoid exposing your family to thier dangers. There are so many our full course takes an entire weekend an covers dozens of solutions the indoor and outdoor toxicity. Our course also shows you how your can make many of your own household products completely toxin free!

Here are just a few of the toxins you should be concerned about. Follow these five strategies to improve air quality in your home.


Mould can be found anywhere in the home where there are high moisture levels and a lack of air movement. To limit mould growth, you need to control moisture and humidity and allow air to move through your home. Fix any water leaks or water drainage problems around your home, reduce clutter for better air movement, open windows to allow fresh air in when practical, and use exhaust fans when cooking.


Radon is a naturally-occurring gas that is found in the soil and rock surrounding a home. It can get into your home through cracks in the foundation and build up to dangerous levels that can increase your risk of lung cancer over time. If you are a smoker, you are at an even greater risk of lung cancer if high radon levels are found in your home.

Flooring and Carpeting

The type of flooring found in your home can impact the quality of the air indoors. This also includes the types of glues and sealing materials used to install flooring which can release chemical odours. When you have a choice for flooring, look for low-emitting materials and adhesives that are water-based.

Household Products

Consumers can become overwhelmed by the number of household cleaning products available on the market. Many products contain toxic ingredients which can cause health problems when used. These include shortness of breath, an allergic reaction, or dizziness.

Air Cleaners

One of the most popular questions The Lung Association is asked is which air cleaner should they purchase for their home. Before purchasing an air cleaner, residents should look for the source of the problem (e.g. cigarette smoke, mould, wet carpet). By removing the source of the problem directly, this will be much more effective than using an air cleaner to improve the home's air quality.

Tobacco Smoke

Second hand smoke can cause cancer and heart disease, as well as worsen existing lung conditions such as asthma and COPD. Smoke gets everywhere inside a home, even if you only smoke in one area, and lasts a long time even after smoking has stopped.

Be The Change Now

You can make changes today that will help you and your family reduce your toxic burden, circumvent the risks of the modern world, and live a healthier life.

Make the choice to create a healthier environment for you and your family. Book a place in our Healthy Home course now and discover the simple truths that will protect your family from the hidden dangers within your very own home.

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