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What lifestyle changes should I make to reduce toxic bioaccumula-tion?

A lifestyle change designed to avoid exposure to harmful substances will help reduce the bioaccumulation of toxins in the body. Many individuals desiring to eliminate the toxic overload on the body use only non-toxic cleaning and personal products. Avoid diets high in meat, since animals can also have toxic bioaccumulation, and eat organic foods to avoid pesticides. Look for items around the home that may contain toxins, such as plastics, non-stick cookware, and things that emit toxic gases, such as some paints. Our water and air can have many toxins that can be reduced with water and air purifiers.

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