How toxic is your kitchen?

How toxic is your kitchen?


Well, the more of these products you use, the more toxic your kitchen is 😬


The problem with toxic kitchen tools + appliances is they aren’t something we use every now and then… they’re things that we use every.single.day.


It’s the repetition of something as small as a K-cup or a plastic cutting board that can expose us to dangerous levels of chemicals + xenoestrogens over time, and can contribute to conditions like estrogen dominance and other diseases.


Swipe ➡️ to learn about how these products are harming you and for a list of swaps (slide 7).


Here’s some brands that I trust when it comes to kitchen + cleaning products:


@360cookware (my friend @rootcausewithcara has a link + discount code in her bio)


@treeboard for non-toxic cutting boards


@surlatable has a lead + melamine-free dish set


@costco has an awesome set of glass food storage containers for under $30


@ifyoucare_usa has unbleached parchment paper + lots of other clean kitchen swaps like baggies, muffin/cupcake liners, coffee filters, etc.


@puracy for cleaning products (@wildlyonswellness has a discount code on her website)


I personally just use baking soda + white vinegar to clean almost everything! I even use vinegar in my laundry instead of bleach.









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