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Body Detoxification
Where Do The Toxins Originate?

Our bodies are being poisoned by our diets, our environment and our lifestyles, such as chemical foods, overeating, lack of exercise with fresh air, stress, overworking, abuse of drugs, prescription drugs, alcohol, coffee, etc. Things most of us take for granted as being part of the good life are often the very things that destroy life.

The never-ending search for the active ingredient to everything in life is providing amazing and exotic foods and material goods. However, it is also taking us away from what nature provided in the way of toxic-free plants, herbs, water and air that are intrinsic to and the very foundation of life as we know it on earth.

We must re-establish circulation in the intercellular structures of the connective tissue. When this occurs, toxins will be eliminated, nutrients will again reach the cells and waste produced by the oxidizing process will be carried away for disposal by the lymph fluid.

We must also re-establish lubrication to the walls of the organs in the digestive and waste tracts so mucus, toxins and fecal matters are removed by lubrication rather than dehydration. We must isolate, intercept and neutralize the toxins that travel through the organs, until they are eliminated by the body.

In the scientific community these are referred to as Bioaccumulation and Bioconcentration. Bioaccumulation refers to the accumulation of substances, such as pesticides, or other organic chemicals in an organism. This occurs when the absorption rate is greater than the rate that the substance is lost. The longer the biological half life of the substance the greater the risk of chronic effects. Bioaccumulation refers to all sources (e.g. water, food, air, etc.). Bioconcentration is more specific to the uptake and accumulation of a substance from water alone.

Why Is Necessary To Detoxify the Body?

Detoxification is essential for well-being. It is synonymous with the prevention of sickness. The kidneys, liver, lungs, intestines, skin and the mucous membranes must function perfectly so that the organs can stay healthy. When toxic wastes are continually flushed from the body, the blood and the lymphatic fluids are purified. This, in turn, permits our organs to function more effectively.

Toxification means that the tissues retain abdominal amounts of different kinds of toxic waste. Many ailments result from an accumulation of toxins in the tissues. Toxification brings about a lowering of nerve energy which, in turn, slows down organic functions. With insufficient energy, the organs do not eliminate properly, so even more body toxins accumulate.

To replenish the body's energy level we must change our way of life and begin to detoxify the body tissues. We must activate the different evacuation channels of the body. The principle organs that eliminate the metabolic wastes are the intestines, which expel fecal matter, the lungs which eliminate the carbonic gases, the liver which stops the toxins and rejects a quantity of bile, the kidneys which purify the blood, the skin which helps the kidneys and the lungs by elimination through sweating and the mucous membranes of the digestive and respiratory tracts which also eliminate certain toxins.

Gayelord Houser speaks to this subject in his book Live Young, Live Long, that "people are generally overfed, undernourished and saturated with wastes. These wastes are the cause of a great amount of ailments. We must then rid the body of this accumulation of food residues."

Symptoms When Detoxification is Needed
  • Digestive Disorders
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Irritability
  • Prone to Infections
  • Poor Health
  • Insomnia
  • Loss of Energy
  • Arthritis
  • Acne, Pimples, Carbuncles
  • Flatulence
  • Itching
  • Frequent Headaches
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Cellulite
  • Fatigue
  • Nervousness
  • Slow Liver
  • Sensitivity to Temperature Changes
  • Depression
  • Subject to Colds and Flu


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