The colon is the waste management station of our bodies. It is estimated the average person is exposed to over 120 toxic chemicals each day from water, air, food, stress and personal care products. This causes build-up in the colon and detoxification pathways can become blocked without cleansing. The average person has between 7 – 10 pounds of old fecal matter in their colon. The accumulation of waste on the walls of your colon creates a breeding ground for parasites, bad bacteria, yeast and viruses. Colon cleansing is very important and can make a big difference on how we feel.
The liver works hard to keep us healthy. The primary reasons of liver cleansing are to reduce the toxic burden, prevent damage to the liver’s cells from toxicity and provide the liver with essentials it needs to cleanse the blood optimally. When the liver is not functioning at its best it also adversely affects your digestion system. Toxins, parasites and solid waste take longer to clear and begin to build up in the intestines. Liver support enables the digestion system to better eradicate parasites and expel toxic, fecal matter that have accumulated and adhered to the intestinal walls.
Healthy kidneys are essential to maintaining an overall healthy body. Flushing out your kidneys keeps them functioning at their best so that they can perform their tasks. Your kidneys help detoxify your blood by removing toxic compounds and passing them out through the urine. If blood cleansing becomes impeded, toxins can remain and circulate throughout the body to cause harm. The importance of a kidney cleansing cannot be overemphasized.
Our bodies naturally produce free radicals and the antioxidants to counteract their damaging effects. However, in most cases, free radicals far outnumber the naturally occurring antioxidants. In order to maintain the balance, a continual supply of external sources of antioxidants is necessary in order to obtain the maximum benefits of antioxidants. This antioxidant blend helps the body by neutralizing and removing the free radicals from the bloodstream.
The adrenal glands are responsible for regulating production of over 50 different hormones. Over time the adrenals become worn down leading to adrenal fatigue. Adrenal fatigue includes: being tired for no reason, feeling rundown and overwhelmed, having trouble getting up in the morning, heavy dependence on caffeine and not really feeling the effect of it, slow recovery from illness, and salt and sugar cravings. By restoring your adrenals you can reverse these symptoms and optimize healthy overall well-being.