What’s Good for Mother Earth is Good for Our Health - Quality for Life
Earth Day, which is celebrated on Saturday, April 22, gives us the opportunity to reflect on what helps the earth grow and maintain human life. The Industrial Revolution paved the way for new manufacturing processes, which have resulted in an increase in environmental pollutants. As we look at ways to help shield the body from these toxins, it’s important to understand the role of nutrition in protecting the body from the inside out.
Here’s a look at nutritional solutions that help counteract the impact of air pollution.
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