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Healthy Homes Bring the Best of Nature Back Into the Home.

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“Having Hashimoto’s, an autoimmune thyroid disease, has made my body more sensitive to chemicals and molds. I’ve realized how much need there is and know we can do something about it.” – Emelie Kamp

What are Healthy Homes?

Healthy Homes Bring the Best of Nature Back Into the Home.

The easiest way to tell you about healthy homes is to break it down into the basic elements…

Air

According to the EPA, the air inside our homes is two to five times more toxic than the air outdoors. Not in our homes. We believe it’s important to remove mold spores, toxins, break down VOCs, and balance the humidity.

Water

If you have a thyroid problem, like me, then you’re even more affected by chlorine in water. We believe it is important to filter all the water coming into the house and then re-filter the drinking water – making it similar to the healthiest water sources on earth.

Earth & Electricity

When it comes to frequencies, grounding, and EMFs, there is enough evidence to say that we need to pay attention. We believe it’s important to minimize EMFs and ground both you and the house as much as possible.

How You Can Have a Healthy Home

While the move toward greener sustainable houses is booming, the move towards healthier homes is just beginning. It’s a challenge, requiring a deep understanding of both health and homes, but we have a pretty extraordinary team that can help you do just that!

What we look at:

  • Clean air & water with double-filtered drinking water
  • Furniture without flame retardants and other toxins
  • Plastic free kitchen
  • Natural beds with organic cotton or linen sheets
  • Non-toxic products

Emelie is a Wellness Coach, Green Living Coach, and Licensed Nutritional Counselor. She has also managed the development of multiple single-family and multi-family homes.

 

Emelie Kamp is an entrepreneur, licensed nutritional counselor, wellness coach, green living coach, author of The Sugar Story, creator of the Dark Chocolate Diet and health industry consultant - working towards transforming the way we feel and the way we see ourselves. Be encouraged, be empowered, live your purpose.

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What is Your Motivation for Change?

“If you could change one thing in your life, what would that change be, and why?”

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Others have asked me likewise, and it was tough to pick just one out of a handful of them.

What stood out to me first, was the time my life changed when I first became a mother.

I felt the inevitable energy drops, the mood swings, the lack of motivation. Everything about me inside and out had changed. The glory of it all, was I had just experienced life at its finest — bearing life in my womb, and delivering life thereafter. That in it of itself is a unique experience parents have the privilege of experiencing. And that’s when my perspective of life changed. I was no longer living for myself. I was living to give to another.

How could I possibly give the best, if I was low in energy, run down, discouraged? I found myself scrambling for food or eating nothing at all trying to balance a marriage, ministry, motherhood, and a home. I knew something had to change. A month into motherhood, I gleaned wisdom and experience from good friends who were practitioners in whole body wellness and functional and holistic medicine. I learned how to see things differently with the human body and food, personal responsibility and cause and effect. How and what I was fueling my body with, was going to affect my output, and it would inevitably impact how I’d engage as a first time mom.

When I was pregnant, I took on the motto “Hey, I eat for 2!” and would indulge with liberty. Then my mindset changed, and I realized my health mattered not just for me, but for my son too. I wanted to be the best mom possible. Part of that, was dependent on how I was taking care of my mind, body and soul. That being said, I chose to take care of my health with this mindset, and set different habits that would benefit the way I took care of my family. In time, these habits eventually became a lifestyle, engraved into my family’s life today. When I became a mom, I learned that being a good steward of my body was no longer just because I was living for myself, but I was living for 2, and then came 3 more.

We have one mind, one body, one life, and a life full of people we get to love. What changes are you ready to make, so you can live and love at a greater capacity? Let’s do this!

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