If your answer to any of the four questions is yes,then you need to detox:
1. Generalized muscle aches and cramps.
2. Difficulty concentrating
3. General Fatigue
4. Food allergies or chemical sensitivities
5. Irritability headache
6. Lethargy, fatigue,weakness
7. Fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue
8. Unexplained abdominal aches and pain
10. Drink Alcohol regularly
11. Digestive distress, and reduced ability to properly assimilate and utilize fats
12. Aching joints
14. Impaired blood sugar regulation
15. Female reproductive problems such as menstrual difficulties, infertility, miscarriage, pre-eclampsia, pregnancy-induced hypertension and premature birth
How do I test if i have heavy metals and toxins in my body?
We have some blood tests to detect toxins and a non invasive Spectrophotometric test Oligoscan which tells us about deficiencies of minerals and heavy metal toxicity in 5 minutes.
Optimal nutrition is essential when dealing with metal toxicity because if you are deficient in essential metals, your body will use toxic metals as “stand-ins” instead.
Calcium is replaced by lead, which deposits primarily in bone, and disrupts the formation of red blood cells. Lead contributes to poor bone health such as osteopenia and osteoporosis.
Zinc is replaced by cadmium, which tends to accumulate heavily in your kidneys. Cadmium overload is associated with peripheral neuropathy.
Magnesium is replaced by aluminum, which, among other things, induces neurochemical changes and has been identified as a contributing factor to developing Alzheimer’s.
Manganese is replaced by nickel, which is carcinogenic.
Guidelines for Reducing Your Toxic Metal Exposure:
It may seem like a fight we’re destined to lose, however I believe you can reduce your exposure to toxic metals, giving your body a fighting chance to eliminate accumulated toxins and restore health.
These guidelines can help limit your exposure:
Use glass, cast iron, carbon steel, titanium, and enamel cookware. Both aluminum and non-stick cookware are well known for their toxic dangers, and stainless steel can expose you to carcinogenic nickel.
Minimize consumption of restaurant food as restaurants are required to use stainless steel pots.
Avoid stainless steel thermoses; the glass lined kinds are best.
Avoid cosmetics with aluminum bases, mineral powders that contain bismuth, and aluminum-laden antiperspirants, which have been shown to increase your Alzheimer’s risk by as much as 300 percent
Avoid vaccinations that inject mercury or aluminum directly into your bloodstream.
Avoid and remove dental amalgam fillings.
Avoid stainless steel orthodontics such as braces and palate wideners.
Avoid costume jewelry if you are sensitive to metals.
Avoid smoking and second hand smoke as it causes cadmium poisoning.
Make sure you purchase your natural herbal remedies from a reputable source with strict quality testing. Some colloidal silvers can lead to silver poisoning, and some folk remedies can be high in mercury, lead and arsenic, either due to alleged medicinal properties or through unintentional contamination.
Avoid conventional household cleaning products
Avoid conventional insecticides and herbicides. Also be VERY cautious when using the “natural alternative” Borax (boric acid), which can also cause serious health problems, including death.