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How to have a non-toxic pregnancy

Modern life can feel full of toxins and chemical but there are easy, practical ways to steer clear of them during your pregnancy. Take a look at five everyday activities you can detox...

Posted: 29 September 2010
by Kyrsty Hazell

How to have a toxin-free pregnancy
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Have a cleaner, safer pregnancy

While being pregnant is a fantastic experience, the responsibility of growing a healthy baby can make some mums-to-be feel anxious. Finding out what is and isn’t safe in pregnancy is a good step towards easing your concerns, and can help you feel informed and empowered.

Whether it’s decorating your unborn baby’s nursery or simply cooking a meal in the kitchen, there's lots of things you can do to minimise your exposure to possible toxins you may come across in your everyday life.

We've done the hard work for you and have put together a simply guide showing you how to steer clear of the common nasties so you can have a safer pregnancy.

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