CLEANSING - IT IS REALLY NECESSARY?

No, not if you have chosen to eat a perfectly healthy, organic diet your entire life, consume plenty of fiber, and drink pure water as your main beverage. Even if that were the case, the inescapable reality is that in today’s world, it is impossible to avoid being exposed to heavy metals. It is more a matter of how much exposure, and how often. The simple fact is 99% of adults should do a cleanse, at least once a year. We highly recommend you read the article Symptoms of Lead Poisoning to get a better understanding of the toxins we are all exposed to on a daily basis.

Once you understand the critical role our digestive system plays in our health, you will realize that cleaning out your colon, purifying your organs, eating the correct foods, and drinking pure water, are the right things to do for your health.  Most people feel amazingly revitalized after a cleanse as the body gets rid of toxins and allows more nutrients to be absorbed.

Keep in mind that if you eat great foods, but can’t absorb most of the nutrients, you are not going to build healthier cells. The bottom line is about being able to build each cell that your body is replacing with healthy cells with all essential nutrients.

We highly recommend a twice yearly protocol. A good 30-day program addresses the liver and gall bladder, as well as the digestive system. Because you can eat food with this program (there is no fasting involved), it is more successful for the majority of people who want to do a cleanse, particularly for the first time.

It is also important to remove toxins and metals from your system when you do your cleanse by adding HEAVY METAL DETOX to that regimen or as a stand along protocol every other month due to so many pollutants in our environment. Toxins and metals often manifest themselves through skin conditions, since it is the second largest means of waste removal from the body.

As the result of a cleanse, you may experience:

  • Increased energy
  • Improved immune system
  • Improved resistance to disease
  • Improvement in skin, hair, and nails
  • Improved memory
  • Improved nutritional absorption
  • Improved bowel movements
  • Reduction in joint pain
  • Reduced fatigue and stress
  • Reduction in colds and flu
  • Weight loss
  • Reduced strain on organs