Liver Heavy Metal & Plastic Detox

Microplastics in Drinking Water

Micro Plastics

Frighteningly, the recent ORB studies and others highlighted that plastic is in bottled, tap & even some well water globally. We are eating, drinking & breathing plastic.

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Treatment of Heavy Metal Toxicity

heavy metal toxicity sources

Heavy metals occur naturally in our environment, however, in modern times anthropogneic (man-made) pollution, has introduced high concentrations of heavy metals.

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Liver Cleanse

Liver flush

A Cleanse of toxins from the liver is an integral part of Ayurvedic, yogic, and naturopathic medicine. Symptoms of poor health in people free from diagnosed disease may be related to toxin build-up.

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Therapeutic Fasting

jesus fasting

Fasting is the voluntary abstinence of all food and drink. Lasting from 12 hours – 90 days, usually due to religious or therapeutic reasons. An absolute fast or dry fasting is normally defined as abstinence from all food and liquid for a defined period, usually a period of 24 hours, or a number of days. Water fasting allows drinking water but nothing else. Other fasts may be partially restrictive, limiting only particular foods or substances.

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Phase 1 & 2 Liver Detoxification

Phase 1 2 detox

Toxic chemicals that enter the body are fat-soluble, which means they dissolve only in fatty or oily solutions & not in water, making them difficult for the body to excrete.

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Getting Over a Hangover Naturally


A hangover is caused by a combination of the toxic by-product of alcohol metabolism (acetaldehyde), hypoglycemia dehydration, & Vitamin A, B (particularly B6) and C depletion. The symptoms are usually a dry mouth, nausea, fatigue, dizziness and headache and are caused by a combination of these factors. Excess alcohol irritates the stomach lining. It also shuts down the production of the anti-diuretic hormone, which in turn causes the excessive urination that leads to dehydration.

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