Do You Need A DETOX, And An Internal Cleansing?

Many people take care of their cars better than their bodies.

They wouldn’t dream of ignoring a warning light on the dash, it’s time to change the oil. But they often ignore telltale signs that their body is in dire need of cleanup or critical support. Read the below article to see if you need a detox, and an internal cleansing.

To detoxsee if you need a detox or need a tune-up answer the following questions.

If you answer yes to any of them, you definitely need to pay attention to detoxification.

Do you feel that you are not as healthy and vibrant as other people your age?
Do you have low energy levels?
Do you often have difficulty thinking clearly?
Do you often feel depressed or blue?
Do you get more than one or two colds a year?
Do you suffer from premenstrual syndrome, fibrocytics breast disease, or uterine fibroids?
Do you have achy muscles for no reason?
Do you have bad breath or stinky stools?

Is improving detoxification really an effective solution to help with all of these symptoms?

In most cases the answer is yes. Toxins can damage the body in an insidious and cumulative way. Once the body’s detoxification system becomes overloaded , toxic metabolites accumulate, and we become progressively more sensitive to other chemicals, some which are not normally toxic. The concepts of internal cleansing and detoxifying have been around for quite some time. In modern times, as society has increasingly been exposed to toxic compounds in air, water, and food, it has become apparent that individual’s ability to detoxify substances to which he or she is exposed is of critical importance for overall health.

When you reduce the toxic load on the body and give the body proper nutritional support, in most cases these bothersome symptoms will disappear. Even more important, by addressing these warning signs now we can ensure better long-term health and avoid the progression of minor problems to more serious conditions.

What are Toxins?

A toxin is defined as any compound that has a detrimental effect of cell function or structure. Obviously, some toxins cause minimal negative effects, while others can be fatal. In this chapter we address the following categories of toxins. Heavy metals, Persistent organic pollutants (POPs), Microbial compounds, Breakdown products of protein metabolism.This chapter will focus on enhancing detoxification by promoting improved liver function. This chapter will focus on enhancing detoxification primarily improved liver liver function. Our modern environment seriously overloads the liver, resulting increased levels of circulating toxins in the blood, which damage most of our body’s system. A toxic liver sends out alarm signals, which manifested as psoriasis, acne, chronic headaches, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases, and chronic fatigue.



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