Eating your greens, exercising regularly and routinely getting eight hours of sleep a night sounds like the recipe to a healthy lifestyle, right? In theory yes you're correct and that's what we all get told all of the time, however there are certain hidden environmental factors that are cancelling out all our good work.


If you can’t eat it, don’t put it on your skin.  Always keep in mind your skin is your third kidney, what you put on your skin will eventually go directly into your bloodstream. Choose organic skin creams made using natural products; another example is perfume spray your favourite scent on your clothes rather than your skin, that way you’re avoiding unnecessary exposure to the chemicals in the perfume. I mean whats the point of being so diligent on what we put into our bodies and eating organic and ensuring nothing harmful is going into our mouths, but then completely forgetting about other ways harmful toxins can get into our bodies - trust me, you'll thanks me later.


Be conscious about the air your breathing in – for example, rather than jogging alongside a busy road, choose a park, reserve or beach footpath. Being aware of our environment is half the battle, now all that’s left is to embrace a healthy you. 


There is now a link between Vitamin D and detoxification of the body, particularly mercury, so make sure you get your 20 minutes a day. The natural serotonin it creates is also great for brain function too.


I take THE SUPER ELIXIR Alkalising Greens (only two teaspoons a day, in my morning smoothie) helps the body become alkaline and combat issues with being acidic and toxic including low energy levels, weight gain, carb and sugar cravings).


Lastly, did you know... If you’ve ever needed extra inspiration to take a daily ocean dip, this is it. The huge saturation of the salt we get when we dunk ourselves in the great blue naturally draws all the toxins out of the body.

Love & Light x