Are you experiencing bouts of diarrhea alternating with constipation, sometimes diagnosed as Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

Do you get stress headaches or headaches for no reason at all? Do your joints ache some days and not others? Are you more tired than you think you should be? Are your sinuses very stuffy?

Are you plagued with skin rashes and irritations that come and go? Do you take pain relievers and over-the-counter medications? Have you been diagnosed with a condition you are told is incurable and that you will just have to learn to live with it?

All of these and more are, to a greater or lesser degree, related to toxic accumulation in the body. Even if the toxic accumulation is not the cause of the problem, it is at least an exacerbating factor (i.e. it worsens the condition). You could continue to mask the symptoms with medication, which, of course, would insure a continued rise in the toxic accumulation, or you could choose to detoxify your body and have a much better chance of living healthier. Often people do not even realize how unhealthy they have become over the years until they regain a more youthful health.

Homeostasis is the ability of the body to maintain balance. In so doing, there is a flux and flow of chemical reactions within every cell of every living organism. Cells make up each organ and tissue in the body and are the basic functioning unit of that organ or tissue. The human body has approximately 250,000 billion cells with approximately 35,000 chemical reactions taking place per second within each of these cells. Many of these chemical reactions are involved in the healing and repair.

Toxins disturb the natural flux and flow of homeostasis. The body’s immune system must defend against these toxins. The battle waged by the immune system between toxins and homeostasis is expressed as disease. A strong immune system quickly identifies the enemy and works to destroy it, hence causing fast and possibly more severe symptoms that quickly abate.

A weakened, worn out, overloaded immune system is slow to respond to the toxic invasion, or does not respond at all, and thereby does not cause much, if any, symptomatology.

How many times have you known or heard of someone who was “so healthy” and who “never got sick”, and maybe NEVER smoked cigarettes, that suddenly died of cancer “with no warning” at a relatively young age? What happened?