Detox Your Mind and Body…

May 16, 2022 | Detox, Dr. Donahue Video Blog

Simply feel better by removing toxins and becoming a healthier version of yourself…

 

External toxins really have an effect on our health so we are diving right into the heart of the matter. Your time on this earth is precious. Taking 28 days out of your life could save you from toxic environments.

External toxins really have an effect on our health so we are diving right into the heart of the matter.

What are external toxins?

  • Radiation
  • Chemicals in the air,
  • Pesticides
  • Herbicides,
  • Off gassing of new vehicles
  • Flooring
  • Chemicals found in bath and beauty products

Radiation is emitted from microwaves, so for all those times it seems fast and easy to heat up or to cook our food or drinks, we actually put an increase on adding to the possibility of consuming toxins which will directly affect our health. The extent of use determines the extent that our health will be affected.

Cell phones are another huge contributor of external toxins entering our bodies. They emit radio frequency energy waves into the parts of the body it is held closest to, whether it is next to your ear while using it or if it is not in a case and is directly in a pocket. Long-term usage only increases the amount of the frequency waves transmitting into your body. Radiofrequency energy is also known as electromagnetic radiation. Here is a definition found on The National Cancer Institute website: Electromagnetic Radiation

It comes from natural and man-made sources. Electromagnetic radiation can vary in strength from low energy to high energy. It includes radio waves, microwaves, infrared light, visible light, ultraviolet light, x-rays, and gamma rays. Also called EMR.

Chemicals in the air can come from many sources. Harmful chemicals are introduced into our environment on a daily basis and have increased toxicity levels in bodies. These chemicals are harmful to our general health and wellbeing. Chemicals build up and than our organs become overwhelmed and do not function properly.

Over the past century humans have introduced a large number of chemical substances into the environment. Some are the waste from industrial and agricultural processes. Some have been designed as structural materials and others have been designed to perform various functions such as healing the sick or killing pests and weeds. Obviously, some chemicals are useful but many are toxic and their harm to the environment and our health far outweighs their benefit to society. We need to manage the risks better by only using chemicals, which are safe.

The impact of human activities on the environment is complex and affects a chain of interconnecting ecosystems. The extinction of species all along the chain may mean the loss of useful genetic material or lifesaving cancer drugs or safer alternatives to the dangerous chemicals in use at the moment.

Some of the common names of these toxins include:

  • Organochlorines
  • Dioxins
  • Chlorines
  • Cadmium

What you can do?
Use biodegradable products. Make sure the cleaning agents you are using have safe materials in the ingredients. Dispose of chemical waste carefully. Do not put them down the sink. Be wise with home maintenance and in the garden. Do not burn plastics.

Avoid all organic chemicals that have “chloro” as part of their names including wood preservatives, herbicides and insecticides. Avoid chlorine bleach (sodium hypochlorite) and products containing it. Use oxygen bleach instead. Use unbleached paper products. Avoid “Permethrin” flea sprays for pets. Avoid products made of or packaged in polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Avoid cling film plastic wraps unless they are clearly identified as non-chlorinated plastic.

To minimize your risk of dioxins accumulating in your body avoid all full-fat dairy products and fatty meats such as beef or pork unless they are organic, grass fed. Wash all fruits and vegetables to remove chlorophenol pesticide residue. Avoid grapes and raisins unless they are clearly labeled as organically grown. Avoid soaps, toothpaste and deodorants containing “triclosan,” a chlorophenol.

People who work with cadmium should take care not to inhale cadmium-containing dust and should avoid carrying it home from work on their clothes, skin or hair. Eat from a wide range of foods to prevent the risk of ingesting toxic levels of cadmium.

One more thought we would like to share with you is to heighten awareness, that even though one might enjoy their grass to be as green as possible and all of their flowers, bushes and trees or other plants they have to be absolutely beautiful. At what cost of their health are they willing to go using traditional toxic filled products, when in fact they can get the same results and not take chances of diminishing their health if they would just begin to educate themselves by knowing which ingredients are more toxic than they are worth.

Doing a medical detoxification program in the Spring and Fall months can support you in not allowing your body to become overloaded with toxins.

I have created a detox program that will support you in removing toxins. You get to follow a protocol that I have created for my patients. Spring is a wonderful time to detox.

I cannot stress enough to be your own advocate of taking a stand to be healthy, or to become healthy. Natural healing is so powerful and does not have to be difficult!

I care about you as a leader and want you to experience the healthiest version of yourself always!

Remember NOW is the time to invest in your health! I am here to support you……let’s connect.

 

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