Toxicity is of much greater concern in this century than ever before. There are many, many chemicals that we are exposed to which did not exist until recently. The air, soil and water are becoming increasingly polluted with them. This exposure, along with the common use of drugs, eating devitalized/refined foods, failing to exercise or drink enough water has resulted in a toxic storehouse within us creating a wide range of symptoms and disease.
Toxicity is encountered from internal sources as well. Our bodies produce toxins in the process of carrying out normal everyday functions. These substances need to be neutralized and/or eliminated. When they are not, irritation and inflammation of cells and tissues results, blocking normal functioning. Also, bacteria of all kinds produce metabolic waste products that we must process. While a normally-functioning body was created to handle some toxicity, we have overwhelmed this capacity by both excessive exposure and poor habits.
Many of the antioxidant nutrients found in a healthful diet neutralize free radical molecules. The liver helps transform many toxic substances into harmless agents, dumping them via bile into the intestines for passage out of the body. The blood stream carries wastes to the kidneys for removal. We also clear toxins through sweating, from exercise or heat. Our sinuses, skin and lungs are also accessory elimination organs whereby toxins can be released. All of these processes can be enhanced to help reduce this toxic burden.
More than ever, inexpensive, readily available means are at our disposal to reduce the increasing level of exposure we face and to safely eliminate existing toxins. Why not do something about it now before health problems become worse?
Toxins – especially acrylates, methacrylates and cadmium – can cause a reduction in the sense of smell.
Toxic metals, such as mercury (found in dental amalgams and some fish) and chemicals, such as aspartame, MSG and others can kill friendly intestinal flora, alter immune response and allow yeast to proliferate.
Colonics or enemas, especially coffee enemas, are a routine part of many detoxification programs because they reduce the amount of toxic material found in the large intestine. Many of these compounds find their way into the general circulation, contributing to fatigue, foggy thinking and further burdening the liver.
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