When to Detoxify for Optimum Health


Do you ever feel exhausted or stressed out for no good reason? You can waste your money going to the doctor’s office when you really do not need to.  You might be wasting your money and time if the doctor can not tell you why your head, back or stomach hurts all the time.  Sometimes all your body really needs is a good detoxification.

Feeling edgy or stressed for no apparent reason can mean that you are full of toxins. Excess toxicity happens to all of us at one time or another and is nothing to be unduly alarmed about.  The good news is thatthaerea re many things you can do to help you restore your energy level- and your overall health.

Detoxification is analogous to cleaning your room. Imagine what your bedroom or bathroom would look like if you had not cleaned it in 20, 30 or forty years!  Imagine what a lifetime of festering old food and realted toxins can do to your intestinal system and overall physical body.


Many internal organs get involved in detoxifying your body.

Toxins disrupt the normal healthy flow within your body.  They can leave you feeling fatigued, sore and depressed.  Left for too long they can lead to serious illness such as cancer, diabetes and allergies.

Did you know that there are thousands of toxins and harmful synthetic chemicals in your food, air, water, homes and workplaces. In the course of a day you are exposed to toxic pesticides, herbicides, beauty and hygiene products, food additives, negative emotions and foul air?

A good detoxification program will help you eliminate toxins from your:

  • liver
  • respiratory system
  • gall bladder
  • kidneys
  • urinary tract
  • skin
  • fatty deposits
  • lymph system
  • and other parts of your body

Detoxification cleanses the body of harmful substances and restores its natural healing ability. While your body is equipped to deal with toxicity, it can be overburdened by the volume and type of toxins found in our world.

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