You might have learned in HS Biology how our human body has it’s own built in methods of ridding toxins from our body, and it does, but what happens when our kidneys and liver are overflowing like a garbage can with toxins, and just can’t keep up? Chronic illness, cancers, kidney disease are some of the resulting conditions that can result from our body becoming overwhelmed with toxins.
How does this happen, after all our body is such an intricate and wonderful system, meant to self-heal? The problem is that the number of toxins introduced into our atmosphere has increased at a far more rapid rate, than which our body is capable of adapting to new environments. Since the Industrial Revolution, 80,000 toxins have been introduced into our world. The umbilical cord of a new born baby has over 287 known toxins in it. (Dr Mark Hyman, Broken Brain 2, April 2019). 100 years ago, these chemicals just didn’t exist. We can’t see or smell them, but they have a massive impact on our body and therefore our health.Read More