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How to avoid and eliminate toxins from your body

June 15, 2012

This five-step plan works to remove the toxins already in your body. Plus it helps prevent the build-up of toxins in the future.
1. Limit processed protein. Processed meat tends to accumulate a lot of pesticides and other dangerous toxins. Free-range chicken, grass-fed beef and cage-free eggs are your best options. Wild-caught fish are usually safe, too (radiation is the issue today). Avoid all farm-raised fish because they are heavily exposed to pesticides. Deep sea fish like cod, halibut, sardines and mackerel are all good choices. If you don’t have access to free-range meat, be sure to cut off any visible fat. Many of the worst chemicals get stored in it.
2. Choose locally grown, organic produce to avoid consuming pesticides. If you can’t find organic, be sure to thoroughly wash and peel your fruits and vegetables to lower your chance of being exposed to chemicals. however, the plant internalizes the toxins also.
3. Don’t use plastic. Most plastic bottles and containers contain toxins like parabens and BPA that can affect your hormone levels and contaminate your system. Choose glass bottles and containers whenever possible.
4. Eat more estrogen-fighting foods. These include berries, citrus, pineapples, pears, grapes, squash, onions, green beans, figs, melons and pumpkin seeds. Incorporate cruciferous vegetables into your diet. Broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and cabbage all help you excrete excess estrogen. Chlorella, Kelp, Algae will help excrete radiation.
5. Test your water. Pesticides and pharmaceuticals tend to find their way into municipal water systems so you’ll want to test your water with a kit or request a water report from your LAB to see if the water you’re drinking and bathing in is clean. If your water fails the test, a filter is an easy solution. (May I suggest Nikken filters?) Municipal reports are not sufficient-there are at least 250 KNOWN carcinogens that the municipals don’t even test for.

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