The Slightly Greener Method (Digital Audiobook)
Detoxifying Your Home is Easier, Faster, and Less Expensive Than You Think
Publication Date: August 2, 2021
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The Slightly Greener Method gives you small, actionable changes you can easily make in your pantry, medicine cabinet, and under your kitchen sink—without breaking the bank or upending your life. By focusing on mico-habits you can build over time and the gradual introduction of safer products, Harris guides you along a roadmap to a greener, more environmentally-friendly lifestyle that can help protect you and your families' health long-term, and answers questions such as: what does "organic" really mean?; which of the unpronounceable chemicals listed on the back of my shampoo bottle might be toxic?; do I really need to throw away expired makeup?; why aren't companies always required to list toxic ingredients on their product labels?; and how can I make sure my kids and pets are safe while also keeping a squeaky clean house?
It's never too soon (or too late) to start your slightly greener journey!
About the Author
Tonya Harris, MSHN, BCHN, is an award-winning environmental toxin expert and the founder of Slightly Greener, offering busy women simple solutions to reduce toxins in their home without turning their lifestyle upside-down.
As a childhood leukemia survivor and mother of three, Tonya helps parents learn how toxins in the home can affect their family's health. She enjoys helping families detoxify their homes through simple steps, without the overwhelming feeling that commonly comes with it. In addition to a board certification and master's degree in holistic nutrition, she holds multiple certificates in the environmental health field.
Tonya has been featured in Parents, Reader's Digest, Business Insider, mindbodygreen, and Martha Stewart Living, and has appeared on TV shows across the country, such as Great Day Washington, Good Day Charlotte, CBS New York, KTLA, Good Day DC, and The Dr. Oz Show, for her expertise in environmental toxins and how toxins affect children.