The Mission: Simple Non Toxic Living
My name is Jordan, and I’m the mama to 3 sweet kiddos. I want them to grow up in a home where their little bodies aren’t bombarded with toxins from every angle.
The list of toxins that threaten our health is growing bigger every day, but information about their consequences is not.
At Detox and Prosper, we aim to change that.
We are a team of natural-minded moms, nutritionists, herbalists, and more who all share a common goal:
To help you thrive and live the life you deserve by eliminating toxins in your body, food and home.
We do this by providing unbiased, research-backed information about non toxic products, natural cleaning recipes, detox tips, effective natural remedies and more.
Meet Your Natural Lifestyle Ambassadors
Jordan – Founder, Editor, researcher
At just 6 years old, Jordan contracted Lyme disease, which went untreated until 20 years later. By the end of 2017, she had been diagnosed with over 7 chronic conditions, including SIBO, adrenal fatigue, autoimmune disease and more.
As a trained researcher, she set out to identify the root cause of her declining health – a body burdened and overwhelmed by toxins was the common thread.
Once she started removing toxins from her environment and body, her health began to change for the better.
Now she’s on a mission to share how others can live well with less toxins by identifying & sharing truly non toxic products for homes and families.
Stephany Morgan, BS, LMT, MS CAM – Writer
Stephany is an herbalist, licensed massage therapist, and healthcare professional. After earning her Bachelor’s of Science from Rochester College in Psychology and Pre-Nursing, with a minor in General Science, she began her formal pursuit of natural medicine.
She is an avid writer and researcher, and is passionate about leading a holistic and natural lifestyle.
She went on to earn her Master’s of Science in Complementary Alternative Medicine at the American College for Healthcare Sciences, where she focused her studies on Herbal Medicine and Nutrition. She is a published writer, and has presented research at the Midwestern Psychological Association Conference in Chicago, IL (2012).
Her areas of research include: vaccinations and autoimmunity, cancer and pH, cancer and amygdalin, genetically engineered organisms and their effects on the human physiology, homeobotanical energetics, herbal first aid in acute situations, and she has also written a series of herbal monographs.
She is currently a professor of Indigenous Medicinal Herbs at the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College.
Dr. Huma Rasheed, M.B.B.S – writer
Dr. Rasheed is a qualified medical professional who earned her bachelor’s degree in medicine and surgery in the year 2006 from renowned medical school, Hamdard College of Medicine and Dentistry.
She completed her training in internal medicine at a tertiary care hospital of Pakistan. Her areas of interest include Internal Medicine, Psychiatry and Substance abuse, Gastroenterology, and Hematology.
Her current areas of research include fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, sleep disorders, and medical marijuana.
Dr. Rasheed is also a member of the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) and has worked as a proofreader for medical books, including the USMLE First Aid 2015 Edition and Canadian medical licensing books.
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I hope you join us on this journey of removing toxins one simple step at a time.
To help the process be as easy as possible, I’ve created an exclusive FREE Detox Library that I’m always adding to. So far, it’s filled with ebooks, clean eating meal plans, and more. Get your password for it below!
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