Sometimes living in the modern world can feel like you're at war with the environment around you. Sources of pollution are often invisible and unavoidable.
You do your best to avoid chemicals & toxins, eating only the healthiest organic foods, drinking only filtered water, avoiding exposure to harsh man-made chemicals, and yet still find yourself exposed to massive amounts of harmful pollutants that are completely outside of your control.
Toxic chemicals and heavy metals seem to be lurking everywhere you turn!
- Pesticides cover much of our fresh food supply.
- Chemical by-products from manufacturing are routinely dumped into our air and water
- Mercury amalgam fillings in our teeth may be releasing mercury into our bodies with every bite of food we take.
- The seafood in our oceans are laden with heavy metals and mercury and pass these poisons on to us, disguised as a healthy meal on our dinner plates.
- Underground water supplies have been tainted by chemical and pesticide run off from farms, factories and high technology industries.
- Poisons are even piped into your home through your drinking and bathing water, including fluoride, bromine, chlorine and many heavy metals.
How Can You Fight Systemic Pollution?
To address the harmful chemicals your body picks up through the food you eat, the air you breathe, and the water you drink, it is wise to develop a proactive detoxification plan.
Lessening your toxic burden has been shown to improve many common health ailments, from fatigue and insomnia, to digestive disorders, lack of immune response and mental fatigue. In fact, almost everything inside your body, including all of your organs, function better with reduced loads of systemic toxins.
You must develop an annual cleansing plan to protect your body from these incessant invaders!
And by removing the toxins now and not letting them accumulate to dangerous levels, you may be helping your body ward off such killers as cancer, diabetes, and hypertension, along with all of the now too common autoimmune and neurological disorders that may not manifest for decades to come.