We are all exposed to external toxins on a daily basis.
These include pollutants, pesticides and chemicals. Internally, our bodies produce waste byproducts as a result of metabolic function.
Purification, also known as detoxification, can help remove these natural toxins from your body, and metabolize to manage weight, which is important to maintain your health and vitality.
If you are curious about the program, here is a little Q and A:
Q: What symptoms indicate a need for a purification program?
A: Toxins can contribute to a wide range of conditions, including:
A: There are approximately 80,000 chemicals registered for use in the U.S. Here are some examples of external and internal toxins:
A: Your toxic load is the amount of toxins that you body must process. If you answer yes to the the majority of the following questions, then it is likely that your diet contributes significantly to your toxic load.
Q: How do internal organs assist in purification?
A: The Purification Program stimulates specific detoxification organs in the body – liver, kidneys and intestines. With help from these organs, your toxic load can decrease and your body can concentrate on purification. This helps you achieve optimal health by cleansing the body from the inside out.
Liver – filters toxins, removes excess estrogen and xeno-estrogens, aids in metabolizing fat, protein and carbohydrates, helps transform many toxins into harmless agents
Kidneys – filters waste and excess fluid from the blood, regulates and releases sodium, phosphorus and potassium for the body to function properly
Small Intestine – digests food so that nutrients can be absorbed into the blood and transported to the liver, provides a barrier that blocks toxins from the rest of the body.
Large intestine – absorbs water and electrolytes, forming waste that excreted from the body, produces antibodies for gastrointestinal health, contains bacteria that creates fatty acids and some vitamins for extra nutritional support.
Q: How Does the Program Work?
A: This 21-day program includes eating whole, organic and unprocessed foods; taking supplements that support liver, kidney, gall bladder and the digestive system, made with whole foods and other ingredients; and drinking plenty of water and a meal replacement shake. The SP Complete shake offers essential whole food nutrition, including:
About Dr. Hill
Dr. Lester (Ted) Hill is a licensed Osteopathic physician, an advanced clinical Nutrition Response Testing® practitioner, and the founder of East Liverpool Family Practice.