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Practical Nontoxic Living

Author: Sophia Ruan Gushee

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Sophia Ruan Gushée—nontoxic lifestyle expert, author of the critically acclaimed book "A to Z of D-Toxing: The Ultimate Guide to Reducing Our Toxic Exposures," creator of the Ruan Detox Immersion and the Essential Detox, wife, and mother of three—talks to experts and wellness warriors to unveil tips to optimize your well-being, healing, and life experience.
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Beloved healer Deborah Hanekamp is founder of Space by Mama Medicine and author of Ritual Baths: Be Your Own Healer. Deborah has fascinating wisdom to share on the most essential ways to consider energy, love, self-care, and connection. In episode 27, Sophia explores Deborah's perspectives on money and its energetic influence on our well-being and even on our children. Deborah describes the energetic powers of money, and that we should consider money's energetic exchange. For example, does how much we charge, or pay, for something feel like a balanced energetic exchange? Can charging or paying more for something actually be more helpful for those we are trying to help? This is an interesting perspective for everyone. But it may be especially helpful to those who work in the nonprofit, healthcare, health & wellness, or healing services since these caregivers often limit their openness to receive more money because of their passion to help others. Often, they feel that money isn't a priority. But, should it be? In this podcast, you will hear how charging or paying a thoughtful amount can serve those you are trying to help. Deborah and Sophia also talk about how parents can consider providing children with the opportunity to earn things. Resources Podcast show notes at NontoxicLiving.tips Space by Mama Medicine    Podcast producer: Chris Robertson
Kelsey Patel is one of Hollywood’s leading wellness and reiki experts. She is not only a sought after spiritual empowerment coach, yoga teacher, reiki healer, and meditation teacher, but also a multi-faceted entrepreneur and inspirational speaker. She is the creator and founder of Magik Vibes, a soul-enhancing lifestyle brand, that was named one of the top 7 subscription boxes of 2017. In 2018, she became co-host of the celebrity-endorsed podcast series, Break Up with Your Bullshit and in 2019 she launched her very own wellness meets spirituality podcast, called Magik Vibes.   Kelsey's newly published book Burning Bright: Rituals, Reiki, and Self-Care to Heal Burnout, Anxiety, and Stress is especially apropos--during our time of great uncertainty. We talk about our unique "imprints," which Kelsey describes as "a belief system or a deeply embedded memory that has altered how you see yourself, someone else, or the world." Listen to how this can cause unnecessary suffering in your life. Other topics covered: Different perspectives that can release suffering What Kelsey's debilitating back pain taught her and changed how she responds to her physical symptoms How we can change our relationship with fear and uncertainty How to see the many choices we have to change our life experience Reiki 101 Think of your energy hygiene as important as your physical, mental, or emotional hygiene How to start a simple energy hygiene with a handwashing ritual Follow Kelsey Patel: KelseyPatel.com @kelseyjpatel on Instagram and Facebook Magik Vibes podcast Follow Sophia Ruan Gushee: NontoxicLiving.tips Text "DETOX" to 66866 @ruanliving on Instagram or Facebook
Author of Energy Medicine: The Science and Mystery of Healing, Jill Blakeway has been treating patients for more than 25 years with acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). In this episode, you'll learn about: The groundbreaking field of energy medicine and Jill's global quest to learn from top healers, researchers, and practitioners—including from Stanford and Princeton research on the physics behind energy medicine and healing Stagnant, blocked energy, and its influence on disease That some memories are stored in our cells That we're born with an energetic blueprint for health & abundance, which can now be captured visually with advanced technology, and that we influence this energetic blueprint through life, but it doesn't go away That phantom limbs (like limbs that have been amputated, seem to have a continued life force), and sometimes offer healing opportunities    How you can take care of your own electromagnetic field for healing Our energetic connection, that we can heal each other, and that we need each other Learn more about Jill Blakeway via her website and Instagram profile for Yinova Center. Podcast producer: Chris Robertson  
Founder of the Environmental Health Trust (EHT), Dr. Devra Davis has a long list of very impressive accomplishments that have helped protect us from cigarette smoke, asbestos, lead, cell phone radiation, and more. Her nonprofit, EHT, is also spearheading a lawsuit against the FCC after the FCC refused to update its wireless radiation standards, which were set in 1996.  Dr. Davis is author of several award-winning and critically acclaimed books, including Disconnect: The Truth About Cell Phone Radiation.  In this episode, which was recorded in July 2019, Dr. Davis enlightens us on what the science has revealed about the health risks from the wireless radiation from our everyday devices. She clarifies how we can be affected by 3G, 4G, 5G, and the Internet of Things. We end the podcast with her nine recommendations to promote healing from cell phone radiation. TOPICS COVERED 3G, 4G, 5G, Internet of Things Brain cancer, sperm damage, health trends Unique vulnerabilities of children Context for a common sense understanding of how to navigate confusing science and conflicting opinions What the science understands about the health risks from EMFs Baby monitors Infrared saunas  Hopeful insights on our ability to heal RESOURCES Podcast show notes at http://www.NontoxicLiving.tips SPONSORED BY EMF Detox and Home Detox: Essential Detox PODCAST COMPOSER Chris Robertson
Are you interested in, but also intimidated by, meditation? Tal Rabinowitz, founder of Den Meditation, helps ease our way into finding a meditation style that can help us get grounded, centered, and soothed. Hear about different ways you can start. There are so many! But, they all share the goal of helping us learn about—and love—ourselves more fully. Don't waste one more day from discovering the depths and diversity within you. Click here for podcast show notes.   Podcast composer: Chris Robertson
Dr. Marc Grossman, a leading holistic optometrist and international bestselling author, inspires us with how we can improve our eye health through an integrative approach. Topics discussed: It's never too late to improve your eyes! A holistic lens through which to appreciate how we can support our eyes Our eyes are made of the same stuff as our brains Genetics often explains less than 20% of our eye conditions Vision therapy Traditional Chinese Medicine, yoga, acupuncture The influence on our eyes from stress, emotions, trauma, habits, lifestyle, diet, light (natural versus artificial) Eye exercises and other simple things we can do to optimize our health, well-being, lifestyle, and eyes Dr. Grossman’s latest co-created book is titled Natural Eye Care, Your Guide to Healthy Vision and Healing. Natural Eye Care is a landmark guide written to empower readers of every age to support and preserve healthy vision through the health of the whole body. Click here for podcast show notes. Podcast composer: Chris Robertson
World renowned public health physician, Dr. David O. Carpenter enlightens us on how to optimize our immune response to the novel coronavirus with four key strategies. Key questions discussed: Are toxic cleaning products worthwhile now because of the novel coronavirus? Homebound with wireless devices, are our EMF exposures undermining our immune response to covid-19?  Is climate change going to make infectious diseases part of our new normal? Can air pollution make you more vulnerable to the coronavirus? Dr. David O. Carpenter is a world-renowned research physician, author, editor, professor, and much more. Since 2001, he has been the Director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University at SUNY Albany in upstate NY. The Institute is a Collaborating Center of the World Health Organization.  Dr. Carpenter has more than 435 peer-reviewed publications, 6 books and 50 reviews and book chapters to his credit. He has co-edited two books on EMFs and has served as the co-editor of the Bioinitiative Report, a landmark summary on what the science has found from 1800 scientific studies on how EMFs may affect human health and development. Dr. Carpenter shares fascinating insights into our immune system, the novel coronavirus, the 1918 flu, and how our immune response is influenced by chemicals, heavy metals, and electromagnetic fields. He shares four empowering strategies to optimize your immune response to Covid-19. These strategies are also important in reducing the risks of many other health issues as well. -- Topics discussed novel coronavirus (Covid-19) 1918 flu, tuberculosis immune system reactions to toxic chemicals, heavy metals, and EMFs electrohypersensitivity cell phones, wifi routers reactive oxygen species 5G and Covid-19 climate change and infectious diseases diet, sleep, stress, anxiety, relationships cleaning products, steam cleaning sick building syndrome Resources mentioned on the podcast Podcast show notes at www.NontoxicLiving.tips Presidents Cancer Panel Bioinitiative Report Dr. David O. Carpenter His profile with the University of Albany A report to the US Senate   More podcast show notes at: NontoxicLiving.tips Podcast composer: Chris Robertson
Following my conversation with air filtration expert Vinny Lobdell, Jr (episode #19), listeners to Sophia's live podcast recording asked Vinny questions. Listen to his responses to questions about: accessible devices people can use to assess their indoor air quality relief people have experienced from using air purifiers how air purifiers help with allergies, mold, bacteria, fungi, asthma how Austin Air is more on HEPA filters Visit www.NontoxicLiving.tips to see a video of Vinny measuring the performance of three popular air purifiers: Intellipure, Dyson, and Molekule -- Podcast Composer: Chris Robertson
Fine and ultra fine particles—a fraction of the size of a tip of human hair— are all around us along with viruses, mold and other toxins. They are both outdoors and indoors. Leaving them unfiltered can have a big impact on the health of you and your family.  Indoor air quality is attracting a lot more attention as more of us grapple with health issues, and realize that indoor air quality can be a contributing factor. The US EPA estimates that indoor air tends to be at least 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air, even in the most industrialized cities. And we often spend approximately 90% of our time indoors. Furthermore, certain populations--like young children, domestic workers, and the elderly--can spend even more time indoors than the average person. While there’s a lot we can’t control about indoor air quality (like in our workplace), we do have a lot of opportunity to create a healthy home, especially a healthy bedroom. Our podcast guest is Vinny Lobdell, Jr. He is co-founder of Intellipure; president of its parent company, Healthway Family of Brands; and Global President  of its sister company, Pure Wellness. We’ll hear more about these B2B and B2C solutions in the podcast with Vinny, who is a leading indoor air quality and air filtration expert. Vinny helps us understand how to select the best air purifier for our circumstances and budget. He explains that air purifiers are helpful not just in filtering toxic fumes, allergens, fungi, and particles, but also ultra fine particles that are smaller than the tip of a hair. Studies are finding that these ultra fine particles not only can irritate and inflame our air passageways, including our lungs, but they can penetrate to other areas of our body and contribute to cancer, heart disease, maybe infertility, and more. We talk about the need for air purifiers to be effective for the square footage of your space, to address germs, bacteria, and fungi that can grow inside your air purifier and make your indoor air quality worse, and other important considerations. For more related content, visit the link below, where you'll also find a 10% discount code for Intellipure air purifiers. You can also watch a video of Vinny using a meter to compare the effective of Intellipure and two other popular air purifiers by Molekule and Dyson. https://www.nontoxicliving.tips/blog/best-air-purifier-practical-nontoxic-living-podcast -- Episode Timeline: [00:02] Intro [01:15] Why should you care about your air quality? [04:55] Meet Vincent Lobdell of Intella Pure [06:24] Small town beginnings and development [08:51] The 3 brands under the Intellapure umbrella [10:21] How Sophia made the choice to go with Intella pure [11:48] Comparing air cleaners [13:31] The impact of air quality and ultrafine particles on health and fertility  [15:19] Are HEPA grade filters the best? What are the drawbacks? [17:11] Virus, mold and toxic particle filtration with DFS [19:13] 40x higher efficiency of any HEPA system [20:22] Harmful fume and VOC removal [22:56] When should you air out your house? [26:19] The cost of running air purifiers 24/7 [27:25] Cleaning detox immersion  [29:37] Testing Dyson v.s Molekule v.s Intellipure [37:57] Outro Part 1 PART 2 [02:46] How to test your indoor air quality [04:01] Pure 365 to measure and control air quality [04:35] Eastern region air quality impact [05:38] Customer reviews and patient stories from Intellipure [07:45] Thoughts on Austin Air [09:52] Intellipure's patented technology [11:31] Sophia's choice to become an Intellipure affiliate partner [12:40] Pricing [13:36] Outro Resources Mentioned: Join the Nontoxic Living Newsletter. 1) Text: 66866; and 2) enter: DETOX Intellipure.com Standout Quotes: “These are real issues, it's really impacting people and for the most part we can't see them. So how do we first embrace technology to understand and see what's in our air? and second, what roadmap can we create to help live better in our spaces?” -Vincent Lobdell [14:40]   “The way we've built our homes, we've built our homes so energy efficient, due to cost, that we've just created this time bomb or this super pollution in the space.” -Vincent Lobdell [20:55]     Connect: Find | Sophia Ruan Gushee At Ruanliving.com At Nontoxicliving.tips On Instagram: @RuanLiving On Twitter: @SophiaGushee On Facebook: @RuanLiving   Find | Vincent Lobdell At intellipure.com On Instagram: @intellipure On Twitter: @intellipure On Facebook: @intellipureair SUBSCRIBE On Apple Podcasts -- Podcast Composer: Chris Robertson
Could your home environment be contributing to you and your family's stress? It may be without you realizing it. Did you know that, conversely, your home can be curated to encourage relaxation, joy, and healing--to optimize wellbeing?  Esther Sternberg, MD is Research Director and Chair at the Andrew Weil Center Integrative Medicine. She is also author of the books, Healing Spaces: The Science of Place and Well-being and The Balance Within: The Science Connecting Health and Emotions. In this podcast, Dr. Sternberg explains what the science has discovered about how certain design elements of a physical space can affect our immune response, stress, relaxation, memories, and peace. She also shares the personal experiences that have led to the life-changing research she does today. As you detox your home and lifestyle, listen to this fascinating and empowering conversation for inspirations on the simple ways you can reconstruct your routines and space with positive, healing triggers that Dr. Sternberg and I discuss. These positive, healing triggers can be included in your home design, routines, rituals, aromatherapy, art, music, and meditation.  -- Click here for podcast show notes -- EPISODE TIMELINE [02:57] Intro  [07:20] How what we see around us can affect our emotions. [10:45] How can stress make you sick?  [12:44] Environment can contribute to sickness and wellbeing [13:00] Views of nature can be calming. [16:58] The calming effects of fractals and labyrinths. [31:24] Positive, healing triggers of good memories and feel-good hormones [32:52] Taste can trigger good memories. [35:42] The power of full spectrum sunlight. [39:38] Aromatherapy and smell’s effect on healing. [43:04] Music, singing and the impacts of sound. [49:11] The magic of silence and meditation. [1:06:24] It’s never too late to heal. [1:10:10] Finding the sounds of peace. RESOURCES MENTIONED: Esthersternberg.com Healing Spaces by Esther Sternberg, M.D. Healing Spaces TED Talk The Science of Healing on PBS The Balance Within by Esther Sternberg, M.D. STANDOUT QUOTES: “Physical environment impacts your memories, your emotions and then ultimately healing because there is a connection between the brain and the immune system... there really is a connection between the brain and the immune system, and when that connection is in tact you have health. And when you break that connection, you have disease.” - Dr. Sternberg  “...we can design the environment to optimize health to reduce stress, to actually enhance the positive” - Dr. Sternberg  “...you can fill your home with the kinds of things that will trigger your relaxation response that can also help you stay happy, healthy and heal.” - Dr. Sternberg There are some studies that show that a minimum of three plants—up to 37 plants—can be calming Taste is a very very powerful trigger of positive memories and positive emotions. “So it doesn't matter when you start You can always begin to reverse the process. And it's really a lifestyle change...it does not matter when you start, you'll always be able to improve that resilience if you engage in these healthy lifestyle changes.”- Dr. Sternberg  CONNECT: Find | Sophia Ruan Gushee At Ruanliving.com On Instagram: @RuanLiving On Twitter: @SophiaGushee On Facebook: @RuanLiving   Find | Esther Sternberg At Esthersternberg.com On Instagram: @dresternberg On Twitter: @DrEsternberg   SUBSCRIBE On Apple Podcasts *** Podcast Composer: Chris Robertson Photographer: Pascal Perich
5G is the next wireless communication network that is supposed to work even better: with greater speed for a greater bandwidth of data transmission.  5G will be rolled out worldwide, and aggressively throughout the United States. This has many people wondering, Will the 5G rollout be safe for my family and I? Daniel DeBaun, previously a telecommunications engineer at Bell Labs and AT&T, describes EMFs as "bees in the room." One bee won't hurt you unless you are allergic. The more bees in the room, however, the greater the risk of getting hurt by the bees. You can think of EMF sources as bees. The more EMF sources, the greater the risk you will be harmed. 5G is a new species of bees that will be layered into our more-crowded-than-ever environment that is full of new species of bees (or EMFs). Daniel DeBaun founded his company DefenderShield after he realized that all electronic devices emit low levels of radiation called electromagnetic fields (EMFs), and that EMFs have been proven harmful after a long period of exposure close to the body. He couldn't find a product that completely blocked all radiation coming from our mobile devices so he decided to make a shield that blocked up to 100% of mobile device emissions. And with that, DefenderShield was born. As an EMF-expert, Daniel co-authored a book with his son Ryan DeBaun, called Radiation Nation. Radiation Nation is an easy-to-read guide to everything EMF, from current research to the best tips and tricks to protecting yourself from mobile device radiation. Daniel provides great context around EMFs and how they can affect our biology, and therefore how to consider 5G. We also discuss our bodies' own EMFs, how "grounding" works, and EMF protection approaches that work.  You can listen to my conversation with Daniel by clicking below. Or, review the transcript of the podcast.
Sick building syndrome (SBS), or sick house syndrome, consist of various nonspecific symptoms that occupants of indoor areas experience.  Symptoms of SBS include headaches, dizziness, chronic fatigue, nausea, irritation (of eye, nose, throat, or skin), difficulty concentrating, sensitivity to odors, allergies, cold, flu-like symptoms, increased incidence of asthma attacks and personality changes. Author of Organic Lifestyle Made Easy: How To Create A Chemical-Free Household One Step At A Time, Angela Cummings was a stranger who emailed me years ago. She reached out as a fan of my work, expressing interest in writing for me. I was very intrigued that she had discovered that her home had made her and her son sick.  Having read about symptoms associated with toxic exposures from what makes up our homes and the things we buy for them, I was excited to talk to someone who had personal experience with this, especially because Angela was able to empower herself to recover and heal. Having met people of all ages who suffer from various chronic symptoms, I suspect that considering the health of our homes could help many. Most people just don't know that their homes and household items can contribute to health issues. For Angela, conditions she experienced included sinus and ear infections, itchy feet after walking barefoot on her carpet, swollen feet after walking barefoot on newly installed composite wood floors, feeling sick after using her wood-burning fireplace, and feeling not well after painting walls. Other symptoms that Angela had? Earaches Swollen glands in the neck Dizziness  Chronic fatigue Exhaustion In this podcast, you'll hear Angela say, "I had a lot of symptoms, I just didn't understand what the cause of the problem was." If you or someone you know have unexplained chronic symptoms, then maybe something you hear in this podcast might inspire you to consider the health of your home. You'll hear how Angela tracked her and her son's pattern of symptoms to discover which home exposures were making them sick. And, please keep in mind a new online program I'm launching in April 2019 called Home Detox 101. It lays out easy ways you can detox your body burden by choosing simple tips to detox your indoor air, drinking water, sleep, house dust, and more. Through short videos and a menu of options, this is meant to welcome you onto a pleasant path of detoxing your home for healing spaces. For now, check out my conversation with Angela. By the way, this was recorded years ago. Since then, Angela has helped me with articles about detoxing our homes. You can find these free resources—along with the transcript to this podcast—at NontoxicLiving.tips. And please visit Angela's website Occupant Wellness through which she helps people live healthier, more comfortable lifestyles.
We live with more EMFs than ever from our wireless and wired technologies. Headaches, nausea, heart palpitations, and fatigue are some symptoms that could signal electrohypersensitivity. Learn more about this by listening to this podcast. There are things you can do to help you take care of yourself. You'll learn more about our ability to develop resiliency and recover. I also ask Dr. David O. Carpenter about EMF protection products: do they work? I ask relevant experts whenever I can about EMF protection products. There is no consensus on whether they work: I hear both yes, they help; and, no, it doesn't make sense to me that they work. So I keep asking and listening so that I can figure out what feels right for my family and I. And I keep sharing this information so that you may do the same. As always, consult your trusted healthcare providers as well.
World-renowned research physician and distinguished author and editor, Dr. David O. Carpenter has unique expertise on how human health--and public health--are influenced by exposures to toxic chemicals, heavy metals, and electromagnetic-fields. Listen to Dr. Carpenter apply his expertise into a practical nontoxic lifestyle. He shares his insights on healthy eating, drinking water, breastfeeding versus infant formula, vaccines, and more.  You'll end the conversation with helpful perspectives and easy tips. Stay connected to Sophia's broader portfolio of work by texting "DETOX" to 66866
Dr. Joseph Braun, a Professor of Epidemiology at Brown University, is interested in studying the potential health consequences of environmental chemical exposures in pregnant women, infants, and children. More specifically, he has a special interest in studying how early life chemical exposures—ones that we can also modify—may influence obesity and neurodevelopmental disorders like ADHD and autism. Dr. Braun has been identified by peers as one of the top 20 pioneers under 40 in environmental public health. Dr. Braun was chosen for his exceptional work. According to a press release by the nonprofit organization, Collaborative on Health and the Environment, Dr. Braun’s work will pioneer environmental health science and catalyze policies and actions to protect the health of children, families, and communities. In August 2017, I spoke to Dr. Braun. I wanted to learn what inspired him to research how early life exposures may affect our long term health. And I was also curious how he applies his expertise into healthy choices for his healthy living. In addition to getting those questions answered, I got Joe’s top six detox recommendations for the average person. They involve drinking water, canned foods, plastics, carpets, cleaning, and organic foods. Whether you’re already a parent, considering having children, or if you are just interested in healthy living, you’ll learn valuable information and helpful tips by listening to this conversation with Joe about our toxic exposures. Also remember that you can review the transcript for this on my website at NontoxicLiving.tips. This is an important topic that we must keep learning more about.
The Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families coalition represents more than 11 million individuals—including parents, health professionals, advocates for people with learning and developmental disabilities, reproductive health advocates, environmentalists as well as businesses from across the nation. One campaign that you should know about is called Mind the Store, which ranks retailers based on their policies towards eliminating toxic chemicals from products that these retailers sell. Listen to the campaign director, Mike Schade, discuss which retailers they found as leaders in protecting us from toxic chemicals so that we can support those who are proactively setting healthier standards for us. Follow more of Sophia's work at NontoxicLiving.tips and RuanLiving.com
Deborah Hanekamp, aka Mama Medicine, is a seeress carrying 17+ yrs in the healing arts. Sophia and Deborah discuss people's auras, the spirits that surround us, darkness & light, destiny, and our many teachers. Deborah is an Initiated Amazonian Shaman, Reiki Master and Yogini. She has developed Medicine Readings and led Medicine Reading ceremonies all over the world. Her work has been featured in Vogue, New York Times & Marie Claire Magazine. Vogue magazine called her "Fashion's Favorite Healer." Listen to this provocative conversation that may leave you feeling more calm, compassionate, giving, and loving. Stay updated with Sophia's work by registering for her free newsletter. Just text "DETOX" to 66866
Dr. Hugh Taylor is an internationally-recognized expert in female reproductive health. In this podcast, Sophia Ruan Gushée talks to Dr. Taylor about how toxic exposures (including cell phone radiation) may affect reproductive health, like fertility and outcomes of pregnancy and IVF. -- Dr. Hugh Taylor is: Chair of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences at Yale School of Medicine Chief of obstetrics and gynecology at Yale New Haven Hospital Active researcher that has been funded continuously by the National Institutes of Health  for more than 20 years. He has conducted extensive research in such areas as endometriosis and menopause, and spoken on such topics as how cell phone exposure in utero can damage babies’ brains Professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences, and of molecular, cellular and development biology at Yale School of Medicine Directs The Yale Center for Reproductive Biology Even as an international expert in his field, he is a devoted physician who still sees patients, drawing upon the latest research to provide patients with the best evidence-based treatments for such conditions as endometriosis, infertility and menopause Dr. Taylor has published more than 200 articles in leading medical journals He is the Editor-In-Chief of Reproductive Sciences -- Click here for podcast transcript. For practical nontoxic lifestyle tips, text "DETOX" to 66866
There's something particularly interesting about discussing suffering with a seemingly happy, beautiful person who has no obvious reason to be suffering. Heather Lilleston beams beauty, sunshine, and joy. She also exudes love, kindness, and grace. Listen to Heather discuss suffering with familiarity and study. For those who suffer, and feel alone, and that they somehow deserve their pain, I share the following conversation with you as a reminder that no one's life is perfect: we each have our own set of challenges, and we are each in this human experience together. You are not alone. We also discuss money, teaching, and business! To review podcast show notes and links to more information on Heather and Sophia, click here: Podcast Show Notes of Sophia & Heather. Receive practical nontoxic lifestyle tips by texting "DETOX" to 66866
Sophia Ruan Gushée discussed halotherapy and salt baths with Shannon Coppola of Montauk Salt Cave. Visitors, Shannon, and Shannon's family experience relief of symptoms from eczema, Lyme disease, respiratory issues, and other inflammation-related issues after spending time in a salt cave. Listen to consider whether halotherapy should become part of your routine. Click here for more: Podcast show notes on Montauk Salt Cave. Get practical nontoxic lifestyle tips by texting "DETOX" to 66866
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