Evolving research has found that many health problems may be associated with prolonged exposure to various toxic agents in our environment. The body’s capacity to carry out the process of detoxification has to do with nutrition. Certain foods burden your body, while others help it and play a role in assisting the detoxification process.
In our industrialized world, we produce more and more toxic compounds that find their way into the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat. The body must rid itself of these dangerous substances by transforming and then excreting them through the lungs, skin, kidneys, and bowels. Unfortunately, not all of them get excreted efficiently–some are circulated back into the bloodstream and others are stored in various body tissue such as fat. This is in part due to the increasing levels of toxins we are exposed to, and may be exacerbated by a lack of nutrients needed to fuel the detoxification process.
Over the years toxins can build up in fat, joints, the brain, and various other tissues, potentially leading to a variety of health issues.
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