When you hear people talk about green living, you probably think immediately about recycling and sustainable energy sources. But green living describes life with indoor plants too- not just their color, but the healthful impact they have on our living space.
These plants are all known to be natural cleaners, signaling the presence of, and even absorbing quantities of, harmful substances in the environment such as viruses, bacteria formaldehyde, cigarette smoke, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and even radiation from your printer and computer
Green living is a functional approach to living. More and more, conventional medicine is moving to include integrative concepts typical of functional medicine, which takes a multi-disciplinary approach to treating patients with complex conditions from metabolic syndrome to Crohn's to cancer of the colon, prostate, ovaries and more.
It only makes sense - if our environments can cause cancer, we can adjust them to prevent cancer as well. Learn more about the functional approach to immune support and regulation, paste this link into your browser: http://dld.bz/immune_support.
Now go out and buy yourself some plants -- and here's to your (green) health!