Basics of Toxins

In order to effectively heal the body of any ailment or disease, we must recognize and address the toxic threats we are exposed to everyday.

Toxin comes from a Greek word meaning arrow dipped in poison. Some common toxins include:

  • Bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi…
  • Environmental toxins such as pesticides, food additives, refined sugars, preservatives, and plastics
  • ALL are pathogenic and make us sick. They’re usually found in:our drinking water, our food, the air we breathe, the products we put on our skin, the mattresses we sleep on, even the water we shower or bathe in.

The most common, every day places where we can encounter toxins are:

  • Food
  • Plastics
  • Tap water
  • Air
  • Body care and cleaning products

So, how can we avoid toxins and detox our bodies from them? We’ve provided a fantastic resource for you to learn all about the basics of toxins and how to help your body heal and detox your way to better health!

Below is a video presented by HealingStrong Regional Mentor and Group Leader, Mary Ryder. This is a 45 minute lecture video from our Healing Journey Jumpstart program, so sit back, grab some tea, a pen and paper and get ready to learn! You won’t regret taking the time to watch this.

Want a hardcopy of this lesson? Download our FREE Participant Guide today and turn to Lesson 7!

Be sure to listen to the latest episode of our new I AM HealingStrong Podcast, featuring guest speaker and cancer thriver, Clay Adkins. CLICK HERE to listen

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