What are you breathing in?

Air quality can be an issue around the world. In 1542, when the Spanish came into California, they named the San Pedro Bay the Bay of Smoke because of the smoke from the native American fires in the area. 

Beth Gardiner writes in Choked: Life and Breath in the Age of Air Pollution, some of the issues with air quality and how we influence it today. She speaks to how the air quality in London affects her health daily. There are areas of the world where some people’s lives are shortened by 3 to 10 years.

How can you optimize the air you breathe?

Many authorities in functional medicine suggest an air purifier in your home. They suggest buying a purifier with a HEPA filter and a carbon filter, changing the filters twice as often as the manufacturer recommends. This helps to decrease small particulate matter in the air you breathe indoors.

The investment you make will pay off by improving your health. Optimizing your health may be much less expensive than trying to regain your health after it is gone. Keep your health and enjoy the added benefit of your life.

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