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Let´s face it, making lifestyle changes can be challenging, but should be PRIORITISED for long term health benefits. It is possible to make one small change at a time. Try not to change too many things in one go.

Remember that every little change you make will have positive benefits for you by reducing your toxic load.

This programme is an investment in your own health and well-being

The liver is always trying to find BALANCE within the body. It fights our battles each and every day. That´s why it´s nice to give it some LOVE from time to time. A little goes a long way when it comes to working with and for your liver.

Hopefully some of you are learning that your body may even function better without some of the potentially inflammatory foods or beverages that we regularly consume, and you may be feeling more alert, sleeping better and the whites of your eyes look fresh!

If you struggled last week, don´t give up. Life can get in the way and upset all the best laid plans, but it´s about being able to pick yourself up and go back to healthy habits.

Understanding toxicity and taking practical steps to improve the breakdown and elimination of toxins is essential in the health and well-being of any of my clients.

So let´s look back to our personal environment and explore connections of organ dysfunctions potentially due to toxic exposures, as the evidence is getting stronger all the time.

Brain disorders are increasing exponentially and there is a lot we can do to preserve brain health. Managing blood sugar, exercising and stimulating brain cells with new learning are obvious tools. Avoidance of toxins may not be so obvious.

Petrochemicals are particularly damaging to the central nervous system and may exacerbate neurological symptoms and sensitivities. They tend to be stored in the core of the liver, so take longer to remove. If you follow a cleanse for longer than 2 weeks, they start to shift.

Common contributors are: Petrochemicals are found in plastics (wrap, food containers, utensils, water bottle, some pharmaceuticals. Any low quality plastic found in processing of packaged foods often leaches into the food.

Petroleum if working daily on boats, with other vehicles. Petrochemical parts in exhaust fumes. When filling your car wash your hands if anything hits your skin. Avoid inhaling the fumes too deeply. Even breathing them in is adding to your toxic burden. Chemical solvents, lacques, paints on furniture.

You get the picture – the list is endless and we are surrounded by these on a daily basis.

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