About Detox

Many individuals are unclear about the meaning and use of detoxification.  The dictionary generally defines detoxification in two main ways:

  1. The process of removing toxic substances or qualities.
  2. Medical treatment of an alcoholic or drug addict involving abstention from drink or drugs until the bloodstream is free of toxins.

The human body is brilliantly designed,  and equipped with numerous ways of removing toxins that we encounter through:

food                   emotions             environmental exposure          genetic predisposition

drugs,  illegal and prescription

There are many factors that influence your ability to detoxify well, as well as avoiding anxiety and depression .  Genetics play a big role, with most of the abilities being seen in the liver, kidneys,  gut and lungs.   If you were not so ‘gifted’,  you may not be able to handle all of the toxins presented to your body.  This can result in nutrient depletion and imbalance,  and can eventually turn into serious illness(like cancer,  heart disease and so many other conditions).

There are many, many ways to assist the body in its’ detoxification work.  This may be through food, cleansing techniques(like sauna, clay, supplements and much more).   Think of it like bring the body back into alignment,  or getting new spark plugs or oil,  so that the body does it’s own work better.

This is the focus of safe and effective detoxification.

Benefits of bio-detoxification:

Improved sleep

Improved energy

Weight balance

Improved muscle mass

Improved brain power

Clear skin

Improved digestion

and much more!

The ‘OTHER’ kind of detoxification that we generally think of is detox from drugs, alcohol or addictive substances,  like sugar or gluten.

While there are very specific strategies that can and are used,  the very same support that is appropriate for bio-detoxification is key in facilitating successful detoxification from substance.

Why do chemical, alcohol and or other addictions occur in the first place?

While there are definitely  emotional and/or mental factors involved in most addictions,  there are almost always imbalances,  deficiencies and even excesses that are present that will keep the person addicted.   Whether you are interested in a general ‘body’ tune-up, or you are battling a serious addiction,  there are steps you can start taking TODAY…..