This week Shanna and Rian speak with Marilee Nelson, co-founder of Branch Basics, a company on a mission to “help people create healthy homes and experience the power of pure” by educating people on the importance of removing toxins from their home and offering a line of products that safely and effectively replace these dangerous household products. Most people do not know everyday household products are causing health issues and negatively impacting the body’s ability to fight off anything else that may be going on in the body by outgassing a chemical soup that is wreaking havoc on our immune system. Marilee powerfully shares how eliminating toxins from her home environment prevented her from having a kidney transplant in her 20s and, years later, saved her son from the detrimental affects of having been exposed to high grade pesticides in a chemical accident he had when he was ten years old.
Whether you or a loved one are currently dealing with debilitating health issues or not, removing toxins form the home is critical to keeping our immune system operating optimally. Tune into this episode to learn not only the power of removing these toxic items from your home but where to began applying this process of “tossing the toxins” from your home.
Marilee is a Board Certified Nutritionist, Certified Building Biologist, Building Material Specialist and is on the advisory board for Documenting Hope. For 30 years, she has worked with the chronically ill, children with disabilities, and the mold and chemically injured. She lives in the Texas Hill Country with her husband.
To learn more about Branch Basics, visit their website.
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