Hi, I'm Diana and this is my story (short version):
After a long and dark period of infertility, Joe and I welcomed our first child through IVF. About 6 months after our son’s birth, I realized that my body needed some support. I wasn’t myself, I wasn’t able to fight through symptoms as I had in the past. I didn’t know what I was looking for but I knew I didn’t want to take pharmaceuticals while I was nursing our miracle baby.
I searched all over the internet for anything natural, holistic, organic, safe, and effective while also being breastfeeding-friendly. Then I finally reached out to my friend from college who had been using something natural for a few months. I asked zero questions. I trusted her and I knew that she wouldn’t let me waste my money on crap that didn’t work. She said “you need this starter kit” so… I bought my starter kit and I haven’t looked back.
I fell in love with it right away. I found someone to give me a biometric scan and I ordered the first item that came back on the list. After using the items in my starter kit consistently in every aspect of my day-to-day life for about a month, I noticed that I just felt better but I couldn’t pinpoint what it was. In hindsight, I know what it was and my starter kit helped me clear all of that discomfort.
My personal experience with this is that you might not know what you are looking for, but there is a good chance this is your answer.
Why we choose a non-toxic lifestyle
Every parent wants “the best” for their children and we are no exception. We believe the best tools we can pass along to them include healthy whole foods, opportunities to be kind and generous, non-toxic products, gentle communication, love and understanding, and a whole lot of fun.
In a world that bombards our systems with noise, pollution, distraction, carcinogenic toxins in basic household items, and hormone disrupting chemicals in items that are marketed to make us feel good; we believe in being advocates for our own health. We choose a non-toxic lifestyle because we want to improve the health outcomes of the next generation.