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Detoxify

Why Detoxofy?

Detoxification is the process of clearing toxins from the body or neutralizing or transforming them, and clearing excess mucus and congestion.

A poor diet, poor digestion, a sluggish colon, reduced function in the liver, and dismal elimination from the kidneys all lead to increased toxicity and a lack of oxygen at the cellular level

The lack of oxygen at the cellular level creates the perfect environment for anaerobic microbes such as bacteria, parasites, viruses, and fungi to rapidly propagate.

These microbes can be many, many times smaller than our body’s cells, so our cells literally become infected by these microbes and eventually cause our cells to either die, or “morph” into cancer cells.

Once the body (specifically the liver, gallbladder, kidneys, and bowels) loses its ability to process all the toxins and pollutants we are bombarded with every day, the body’s oxygen supply dwindles, the immune systems begin to collapse, the body’s pH becomes more and more acidic (i.e. acidosis), and we have the perfect breeding ground for deadly microbes and parasites.
These microbes are the end result when our body’s immune system has lost the ability to protect its cells from carcinogens.

These viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi act as the actual catalyst for cancer and nearly all other diseases. By “hijacking” a healthy aerobic cell, these bacterium and virus invaders start exhausting the cell’s oxygen and energy supply, until the cell either dies or mutates into an anaerobic cell.

This anaerobic cell (i.e. cancer cell) now relies on fermenting sugar to produce energy.

Not only must we cleanse, but we must re-establish a strong immune system in the digestive tract with the proper friendly bacteria (flora). Without this friendly flora being present, life as we know it would not exist.

Most people have had the friendly bacteria in their digestive tract destroyed due to harsh chemicals, tap water, poor diet, antibiotics, and other toxins.

Replacing the good bacteria is essential to rebuilding the immune system.