Healthy Homes for

Healthy Hormones


Your home is the biggest source of hormone disruptive chemicals (EDCs).


EDCs are chemical substances that are found in your environment, these are so prevalent in our world today and they wreak havoc with our hormones at every stage of life but particularly during the transition.

Endocrine disruptors or hormone disruptors are synthetic chemicals that either block or mimic our natural hormones and therefore interfere with the normal functioning of our body. Synthetic chemicals dressed up like estrogen are the last thing women transiting into menopausal need.

As well as hormonal imbalance they are linked with poor sleep, fatigue, weight gain, mood swings, brain fog, headaches and more.

Our mission is to help you identify the sources of EDCs and other toxins in your home so you can remove them and make healthier choices moving forward.

1 Kitchen

The kitchen is considered one of the most important rooms in the house.  This room is often associated with health as this is where meals are prepared and enjoyed. However, this is where many ubiquitous chemicals and toxins linger. Fortunately, there is a lot that can be done to reduce your exposure to these nasties. 

2 Bathroom

The bathroom is associated with cleanliness and hygiene. In our desire to make this room sparkle, we, unfortunately, introduce a lot of harmful chemicals. This week we help you identify the most harmful ones and show you alternative options that keep your bathroom sparkling. 

3 Living Room

This is the room where we usually hang out with our family, relax and entertain our friends. We want this room to look clean and tidy and smell great. Often our efforts to create a relaxing, inviting space, end up leaving us with very poor indoor air quality.

4 Bedroom

Building biologists consider the bedroom to be the most important room in the house. This is because during sleep is when your body gets the chance to recover and repair. It is imperative to get a good night’s sleep. This week you will learn how to turn your bedroom into a sanctuary.

5 Testing

Functional testing can help you assess your toxin load, and identify potential sources of toxicity. It's interesting to learn what tests are available and what they measure. 

Healthy Homes for Healthy Hormones is available now!

This self-paced online course is available for just $99.

Frequently Asked Questions

Cleaning up your home environment is essential if you want healthy balanced hormones.




We are here to help pull you out and show you a cleaner way.