Michael Rubino offered expert commentary in an article by Real Simple on taking proactive measures to safeguard your household and health.

If you’re feeling sniffly during cold and flu season, it might be worth taking a look around your house—there are ways you can improve it so you're less likely to fall victim to a virus. A healthy, clean environment is one way to help combat sickness, after all. We asked home health experts to share easy steps you can take to safeguard your home from germs while boosting your immunity, so whether you sense illness coming on, or you just want to prevent it, these strategies will make your living space a whole lot healthier.

Improve Indoor Air Quality

“Improving indoor air quality is one of the top ways to improve our health at home,” says Michael Rubino, a mold and air quality expert, environmental wellness advocate, and founder of HomeCleanse. “The average person breathes 20,000 breaths daily and spends 90 percent of their time indoors. Ensuring these spaces have healthy air quality is an overlooked aspect of promoting our ongoing wellness.” Fortunately, there are several ways you can improve your indoor air quality.

Read the full article here:  https://www.realsimple.com/boost-your-immunity-at-home-8411232