Hidden Infections, Toxins, and Chemicals
Factors such as hidden infections, toxins, and the chemicals your body is exposed to can lead to long-term, low grade inflammation. These may come from the air, water, food, environment, and home or personal products. Over time, this results in serious damage to healthy tissues. It may increase your risk of diseases such as cancer, diabetes, autoimmune disorders, Parkinson's, and Alzheimer's disease.
Liver Support Our liver is the organ most important to the processing and breakdown of toxins and metabolic wastes in the body. Drinking liver supportive teas and eating plenty of cruciferous veggies like cabbage, kale, Brussels sprouts, etc. Supplementation is another important factor here.
Dietary Support Ensure that you include soluble and insoluble fibre, and resistant starch in your daily diet. These are important for the health of the gut generally and for promoting daily elimination of wastes via the bowels. One to three bowel movements a day is ideal.
Drink Drink Drink Consume at least 1.5-2 L of filtered water as part of your daily routine. Optimal fluid intake is essential as kidneys are responsible for the elimination of metabolic and ingested wastes and toxins.
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Ozone Therapy Infections are contributing to your heath state and therefore reducing the pathogenic load is extremely important, this can be achieved through Ozone Therapy. Ozone is well known to reduce inflammation, up regulate Nrf2 which in turn up regulates antioxidant production and helps with elimination of infections and reduced oxidative stress.
Sauna therapy to detox and reduce inflammation. One of the leading markers of systemic inflammation is C-reactive protein. An acute phase reactant generated by the liver as it works to detoxify the blood, levels of CRP increase rapidly in response to infection, inflammation, and trauma.