Many of America’s beaches are filled with pollution from stormwater and boats, while swimming pools expose individuals to large concentrations of chlorine. These toxins can be harmful to overall health.
A study published by the American Academy of Pediatrics links chlorine exposure from swimming pools to increased respiratory symptoms in adolescents aged 13-18.
According to the US Census Bureau, swimming is the fourth most popular recreational activity in the United States and is the most popular recreational activity for children and teens (ages 7-17).
What can you do to keep your family healthy as you enjoy these summertime activities?
Other Health Benefits:
- Improves memory, immune function, tolerance of environment.
- Inhibits excessive histamine response.
- Eliminates brain fog.
- Increases vitality, energy, and focus.