Believe it or not, your body may be carrying around 5 to 10 pounds of toxic waste, which interferes with your ability of reach your health target, feel good and be well.
Everyday our body is bombarded by harsh toxins and chemicals from our surrounding environment. Chemicals, pesticides, hormones and other pollutants are found in all the processed foods we eat, and often in the water we drink and the air we breathe. Even soap may induce cancer, according to recent research.(1)
Under natural circumstances, the body is able to eliminate many of these toxic substances safely provided that it is getting proper nutrition and the organs of detoxification are functioning at optimal levels. The problem is, most of us are not functioning at our optimal levels due to stress, poor sleep, and vitamin deficiencies.
That’s where a detox can help!
This detox program is not sufficient to address any serious, life-threatening, health issue, but may bring you relief if you often have:
• Headaches • Low energy • Indigestion • Constipation • Skin conditions such as acne
• Insomnia • Belly weight gain • Chronic yeast infections • Eczema • Excess weight
• Mood swings
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You may experience some common symptoms during the first few days of the program: bad breath; achy, flulike feelings; fatigue; headaches; cravings; irritability; constipation. Don’t worry — it’s a good sign that your body is eliminating toxins. Constipation, however, should be addressed aggressively to ensure a successful program.
Some supplements may help you cruise through the transition period: ColonetTM, an herbal formulation of powerful, yet gentle quality ingredients will help remove toxic residue, without the harsh side effects of stimulants and laxatives, while Digestive Harmony will help reduce any digestive discomfort and improve metabolic function.
For everybody, a good way to start 2015!
(1) Yueh MF, Taniguchi K, Chen S, Evans RM, Hammock BD, Karin M, Tukey RH. “The commonly used antimicrobial additive triclosan is a liver tumor promoter.” Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014 Dec 2;111(48):17200-5.