Our Body's Filters Are Very Inefficient In Dealing With Toxins.
Some experts will have you believe that our bodies have built in filters and all one must do is eat right (raw foods) and the body will cleanse itself. The truth is, our filters, the liver, lungs, eyes, kidneys and some think the skin (which is not designed to be a filter but has been high jacked by the body to help because we are all so toxic).
All of the above filters were not designed for filtering toxic waste but rather something called metabolic waste. Even if one ate a perfect raw food diet, breathed perfect air, remained stress free we would still create something called metabolic waste. Our filters are perfectly adapted for dealing with such a waste.
No body has enough nutrients and vitality to performs one billion processes per second 24/7, while dealing with replenishing our already deficient nutritional bank accounts, all the while cleaning itself of toxins and ridding ourselves of disease even if eating raw foods.
It doesn't have enough time, vitality or nutrients to deal with what's in there and then we unknowingly throw even more toxins in our body the very next day. So, the body stores toxins. Toxins are everywhere including your lymph, your liver, your tissue, your kidneys, your bowels, your blood, you name it and they are there.
Toxicity is a huge contributor of disease, raw food along with Ejuva herbal cleansing will rid of one's body of toxicity and greatly improve one's assimilation, all contributing factors to obtaining one's vibrant health.
The Ejuva Herbal Body Cleansing program is formulated specifically for the detoxification of the Alimentary canal (from your throat to your rectum), your blood, your organs, your lymphatic system and your tissue cells, while improving elimination and general well being. Since every human being has unique health requirements, the program has been designed to be taken in 4 stages, each lasting approximately one week.
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Tuesday, 12 April 2011 16:39