Here are some guidelines from Dr. Stephen Barrie:
1. Avoid eating foods that may contain high levels of toxic chemicals 2. While fish are a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, some contain high levels of mercury. Tuna (especially white or albacore), Cod and Mahi Mahi are ones to avoid. Wild salmon is a good healthy choice. See americanpregnancy.org for an excellent chart showing levels of mercury in the most commonly ingested fish. 3. Consume organic foods and drinks as much as possible. 4. Use glass containers instead of plastic to store left over foods and drinks. 5. Reduce our purchase of foods in cans as the can lining contains high levels of Bisphenol A (an endocrine disrupter linked to increased rates of cancer and abnormal behavior in children). 6. Limit exposure to toxic household chemicals, pesticides and cleaning supplies. Look for natural alternatives. 7. Install HEPA and carbon filter air purifiers in bedrooms to insure a healthy toxin free nights rest. .