May 8, 2023
Have you ever imagined a world where the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat could potentially harm us? The reality is, we have become acclimated to a toxic environment without even realizing it. Our bodies are constantly exposed to harmful chemicals, pollutants, and heavy metals, leading to various health problems that we may not have previously attributed to our surroundings.
Today, we are so fortunate to have Ryan Blaser, CEO of Test My Home, to raise awareness about the importance of testing for environmental toxins in the home. He talks about the concept of a "toxic bucket," different capacities for detoxifying, the four main pillars of health, and so much more. Don't miss this exciting episode of the Future Generations Podcast with your host, Dr Stanton Hom!
"Even though you might not be sick from your home, your home could be decreasing your quality of life." – Ryan Blaser
"If you're not feeling well in your house, that's a huge red flag that you have something going on in your house." – Ryan Blaser
"I think it's about waking people up. We need to pay attention to our food, air, water, and everything in the media, we see a lot of crazy stuff going on. And we need to open our minds and be mindful of that." – Ryan Blaser
Indoor environments are often synthetic and replicated, and we may not be getting the benefits of nature.
Government agencies may not always prioritize protecting the public from toxic materials in buildings and the environment.
Over the past few hundred years, there has been a significant increase in the number of chemicals in the air and consumer products.
Our bodies are designed to detox and eliminate toxins, but the problem is we are overloading our bodies with toxins through our environment and lifestyle.
[11:03] – Why did Ryan start his business?
[11:56] – What are the common problems the industry is facing?
[18:50] – Ryan shares the six categories of environmental factors that building biologists should be experts in
[21:48] – What does mold do to a person and the environment?
[33:34] – How important is clean water?
[37:26] – What is EMF, and how are people affected?
[46:42] – Ryan talks about the mission and purpose of his company and what he thinks of the future generations
It's essential to be mindful of the indoor environment we live in and the potential health hazards it may pose. Neglecting the quality of our indoor environment could lead to long-term health problems, and it's up to us to take action and ensure our living spaces are safe and healthy. By being aware and cautious, we can take proactive measures to protect ourselves and our loved ones from the potential hazards of indoor environments.
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