Toxic metals and Weight loss
Posted by mornutrition on February 26th, 2015
Toxic overload and the inability to effectively eliminate these toxic substances causes common health complaints: fatigue, headaches, muscle and joint pain, breathing troubles, digestive complaints, weight gain, hormonal imbalances, mood and attention challenges, and more. Long-term toxicity has also been associated with more serious health conditions, such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, certain types of cancers, and many autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Toxic metal increase oxidative stress which overloads protective antioxidants such as N-acetylcysteine, Alpha lipolic acid and glutathione – all are necessary for our health. Toxic metal, displace minerals like zinc, copper, calcium and magnesium and many more trace minerals that are crucial to our enzymatic reactions. Toxic metals also cause B vitamins deficiencies especially B1, B6, folate and B12
While toxins are impossible to avoid (such as ambient air pollution or toxins you may be exposed to in your workplace), it is possible to reduce your overall toxic body load. External toxin sources include petroleum products and mineral oils, heavy metals, herbicides and pesticides, plastics, formaldehyde, artificial fragrances, artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, sweeteners and other synthetic food addititives and many other chemicals. Many of these can be found in common processed foods, household cleaners, garden care products, and body care products.
Learning how to avoid toxins will be first step to take. Next, supporting your body with proper nutrition and supplementation is necessary for balancing your health metabolism and losing weight.
Our clinic offers a SAFE and EFFECTIVE customized clinical detoxification techniques for losing weight. We evaluate your toxins that may be causing a problem, and which organs may need extra support to neutralize and eliminate toxins. This is specific to YOUR body. Your detoxification program may include education to identify and reduce exposure to sources of toxins in your diet or surroundings and changes in lifestyle to reduce exposure and enhance detoxification.
Clinical detoxification can:
Remember, weight gain is one of your body defenses to toxics. Our body requires excellent nutrient support to build up organs of detoxification – liver, kidney, skin bowels, respiratory tract and to aid the release of metals sequesters in tissues. Take action today, and support your health by reducing toxins, adding nutrition and making the necessary lifestyle changes to maximize healthy organ function while losing weight.
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