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Favorite Low-Tox Products

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 By Carli Webb, Health Coach Manager

Living low-tox, or reducing your exposure to toxins in your environment, can have numerous benefits for both your health and the environment. It’s about making mindful choices that prioritize your health, the well-being of your loved ones, and the planet. It’s a holistic approach to living that considers the interconnectedness of personal and environmental health. 

 

But where do you begin?  

 

The Forum Health coaches have got you covered! They’ve compiled their favorite products that are lower in toxins than the conventional or average items on the market. While there are a handful of low-tox options out there, many don’t perform well. Our coaches have vetted hundreds of products, and these are the ones they personally use.  

Kitchen

  • Stainless Steel (this one can be tough to learn to cook with) 
  • Ceramic Coated Non-Stick 
  • Ceramic Cookware 
  • Stainless Steel 
  • Glass Lock Containers 
  • Silicone baggies (Stasher bags) 
  • Stainless Steel Bento Box 
  • Glass water bottles 
  • Unbleached 
  • Silicone Baking Mats  
  • Glass Pour Over 
  • French Press (glass or stainless steel) 
  • Breville Espresso Machine 
  • Chemex Unbleached Filters 
  • Purity Coffee Beans 
  • Glass 
  • Stainless Steel – Yeti 

Cleaning

  • Force of Nature 
  • Branch Basics 
  • Attitude 
  • Truly Free 
  • Truly Free 
  • 9 Elements 
  • EC3 
  • Austin Air 
  • Air Doctor 

Home Fragrance

  • Consider how the oils you are diffusing impact your pets. Not all are safe for pets. 
  • It is important to clean this regularly. 
  • There are some on the market that are waterless. 
  • Consider options for your vehicle. 
  • Natural Sloth 
  • Sea Love Home 
  • Sea Love Home 

Personal Care

  • EO Hand Soap  
  • Acure*  
  • Skin Foodie 
  • Try Brush  

*Some products are safer than others; look up on Environmental Working Group.

 

  • Acure*
  • Carina Organics 

*Some products are safer than others; look up on Environmental Working Group. 

  • Beauty Counter 
  • Ambre 
  • Primally Pure 
  • Native

*Some may contain “Fragrance.”

  •  
  • RiseWell 

*It is always a good idea to consult your dentist before changing your oral hygiene routine. 

Makeup & Skincare

  • Beauty Counter 
  • Crunchi 
  • Living Libations Oil 
  • RMS Beauty  
  • Frownies 
  • Gua Sha 
  • Honest Co.  

Menstrual & Sexual Health

  • Menstrual care 
  • Condoms  
  • Lubrication  

Menstrual Care 

Menstrual Care 

** Links on this page are 3rd party. Forum health is not responsible for what is found on the links. 

 

It is important to do your due diligence to find a product that you feel comfortable using. Use resources like the Environmental Working Group to understand what ingredients are in specific products and the impact they can have on your health. Manufacturers also change ingredients in products, so remember to review products occasionally to make sure there have not been any additions you are not comfortable with. In addition to these changes, just because one product by a company is low-tox does not mean all products are safe. 

 

Do you feel healthy?  

Interested in learning more? At Forum Health, we offer Health Coach packages designed to meet your unique needs. Whether you need guidance on nutrition, exercise, and stress management, or want a holistic approach to your overall well-being, our Health Coaches are ready to support you every step of the way.   

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