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Detox 101 Table of Content § 

Toxins and our health

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Sources of environmental toxins and routes of exposure

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Symptoms of toxicity

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How to reduce your exposure

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How to use herbs to aid the body’s natural detoxification process

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The basic principle of {your detox program}

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How your can detox safely with {your detox program}

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How Toxic Are You? Unfortunately the question is no longer IF we are toxic. The real question is HOW toxic we are. Everybody in this world has detectable level of toxins in the body. § 

Study has shown that every organism on the planet has detectable level of Teflon in the body.

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287 chemicals were detected in umbilical cord blood of newborns. They include pesticides, consumer product ingredients, waste materials from burning coal, gasoline, or garbage.

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180 of the 287 chemicals found are known to cause cancer in human or animals.

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217 are toxic to the brain and nervous system.

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208 of those are shown to cause birth defects or abnormal development in animal tests.

Our babies are born with toxic substances in their bodies, even before being exposed to the toxins.

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Sources of Environmental Toxins Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PDEs) Used as flame retardant in all building construction. It is found in EVERY building. § 

Builds up in human fat tissue, causing damage to the nervous system, liver, and kidney.

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Studies also implicated PDEs in causing sexual dysfunction, thyroid problems, and brain disorder.

Bisphenol A (BPA) Found in plastic products, can linings. Until recently, it was considered safe. § 

Primary human exposure through food packaging plastics

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More than 90% of people tested by CDC were found to have BPA in their bodies

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Because BPA is a reproduction, developmental and systemic toxicant in animal studies and is weakly estrogenic, there are questions about its potential impact particularly on children’s health and the environment. Even a small amount has been found to have impact on our reproductive system. Your Website URL Here


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Symptoms of Toxicity We are all different genetically, so we react to toxins differently and at different dosage. Toxic exposure can manifest itself very differently in different people. Common symptoms of excessive toxic burden can include: § 

Fatigue

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Depression

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Headaches

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Cognitive problems: brain fog, memory problems

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Neurological issues: balance problems, tremors

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So What Can We Do? § 

Reduce your exposure to environmental toxins

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Use foods and herbs to support body’s natural detoxification process

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Detox regularly to reduce toxin storage

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Use Cleansing Foods and Herbs Foods that support the body’s natural cleansing process: § 

Raw foods

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Leafy greens

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Lemon juice in warm water first thing in the morning

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Carrot and apple to support elimination through colon

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Beet juice to support lymphatic detox

Herbs that support the body’s natural detox process: § 

Milk thistle to support liver

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Dandelion to support kidney

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