Friday, January 20, 2012

Does detox mean you need to feel rotten?

Clearing your inner sanctum can feel pretty rotten. Or maybe not? Nutritionist have studied the process of detoxification for many years and seen how when toxins are dumped into the blood stream for elimination it often does not feel good. There are solutions to detoxification that can be effective and far less uncomfortable.The term “detox” describes the process of removing poisonous or addictive substances from the body. Most people think detoxification relates to expelling alcohol or drugs, however, it’s also about releasing substances that individuals are unable to process and eliminate without assistance. These substances behave in a toxic manner. They can upset kidney and liver function, increase plaque in arteries, disrupt digestive function, impede bowel function and increase susceptibility to virus, bacteria, parasite infestation and disease. Most toxicity starts with ingested substances so could include sugar, fat, wheat, dairy, nicotine, drugs and alcohol. Stress increases toxicity, as do environmental conditions such as EMR, factory emissions, water, and air pollution. In the USA, Medical Doctors are taught in their first semester of Med. School that as much as 90% of illness they will see in practice is stress related.[1] Everyone is different so each person’s toxicity and need to detox is measured on a case-by-case basis. Read more...

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