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Spring Cleaning

Our bodies are inundated every day with chemicals, heavy metals and toxins in our water, food and environment. While we have an innate detoxification system to rid the body of these toxins, we are being exposed at unprecedented rates. These toxins have been shown to accumulate in our system over time, and without adequate elimination through our liver, kidneys and gut, can create a wide variety of symptoms such as allergies, chemical sensitivities, skin rashes, recurrent infections, infertility, depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue, irritable bowel conditions and insomnia. Heavy toxic load can also lead to a variety of chronic and degenerative diseases including arthritis, chronic migraines, asthma, cardiovascular disease and cancer. Symptoms arise when the total amount of toxins in our body is higher then our capacity to detoxify and eliminate them from our systems. When there are too many toxins in the body, it is no longer able to remove them without some type of external support, such as a detoxification program.

The basic components of a good detox program include a clean healthy diet with enough protein, vitamins, minerals and healthy fats to run the many cellular jobs necessary to detox. This diet also leaves out foods and drinks that put an additional burden on the body. There are many detox products available in health food stores, and multiple fad detoxes online. However, undertaking a detoxification process has the potential to be dangerous and stressful on the body, it should not be done with supervision from a naturopathic doctor or qualified health-care provider who can help you choose an appropriate program for your individual case. We've put together a 3-week detox program that includes a clean eating plan and high quality supplements to support the liver, kidneys, intestines, and lymphatic system - the body's detox organs. If you're considering undertaking a full body spring cleanse, ask us how we can help.

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