To really understand the best way to treat your illnesses, it’s vital for you to understand how exactly they developed. If you don’t know what the problem is, you can’t fix it.
What if you had a roadmap to help you address your health issues? Root-cause resolutions depend on discovering the source of your problems.
Help your doctor trace your problems back to their original source to eradicate them once and for all.
Since the moment you were born, various factors have contributed to your good health or lack of it. Sometimes these things get forgotten or framed in a way that isn’t accurate. For some people, just identifying the things that make up your total health story can give great clarity to helping you understand where to go from here.
One example of the factors to consider is what you may have been exposed to during your life and how these elements are affecting you.
It’s important for you to understand the difference between heavy metal toxicity and heavy metal burden.
Heavy metals are toxic and can even cause serious and fatal conditions if left unchecked. While heavy metal poisoning is rare these days, it’s possible that you are exposed to toxic heavy metals every day in the air you breath, the water you drink and the food you eat.
Heavy metal burden is when your health suffers from those heavy metals you are routinely exposed to. They accumulate in your body over time and can cause health problems like autoimmune diseases, cancers, neurological problems and chronic fatigue.
But you can learn how to safely remove toxic heavy metals from your body for better health.
There are different ways you may be able to reduce the presence of toxic heavy metals in your body. One possible option is to start by eating lots of organic greens. They may help the function of your bowels, kidneys and liver, which are your detox organs.
You can also help the process by staying properly hydrated. Drinking water will help rinse out your system. You can also sweat out toxins in your body, so pick an exercise you enjoy and get to it as often as possible. Eat lots of fiber to scrub your gut clean.
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