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Detox

Posted by Jellienne08 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 20, 14 at 13:38

Detoxification is a process of eliminating existing toxins and preventing new toxins to enter into our body. It is one of the most widely used procedures and concepts in alternative medicine. Many herbal supplements and strategies are used in detoxification therapies; these include ear candling, laxatives, exercise, and acupressure. These methods flash out toxins and unwanted elements in our body through sweating, bowel movement, urinating and relaxation.


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>>a process of eliminating existing toxins and preventing new toxins<<

How do you know when, or what toxins is in your body??


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>>These methods flash out toxins and unwanted elements in our body through sweating<<

You cannot sweat toxins out of the body,” Dr. Smith says,..see link

Here is a link that might be useful: Can you sweat toxins out of your body?


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>>eliminating existing toxins and preventing new toxins to enter into our body.<<

I'd like to know how to prevent toxins into the body in the first place, then I don't need a detox..lol.

Most of this is snake oil!


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Ear Candling....can harm, this Dr. says.
Doesn't remove toxins,...lol.

Here is a link that might be useful: Do Ear Candles Remove Earwax? Fact or Fiction..


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No prove of Acupressure or massage helping to get rid of toxins.

All just snake oil and the dumb will buy it.

Here is a link that might be useful: Eliminating Toxins With Massage?


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healthy balanced diet and exercise... nothing beats that


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