Toxins and Wastes Inside Our Body

Body Toxins

A toxin in essence is a substance that is potentially poisonous. In nature some toxins are far more-powerful than others. The type of toxins that we all have to cope with on a regular basis are low-dose ones derived from foods, drinks, and our contact with the chemicals found in sources such as pollution and drugs Usually these elements are quickly and efficiently eliminated through the kidneys, liver, colon, lungs, skin or lymphatic system, or stored away in fat cells. But during their time in the body, they can go through the bloodstream and circulate around tissues and organ. And this is not at all healthy! As a simple example, let's look at the effect of alcohol. Drinking in moderation will not harm your body; it may even do have its benefits. However, when a person is consistently drunk, toxins can build up in the body and poison can do lasting damage. An occasional hangover with its associated headache and dehydration proves the power of the toxins found in alcohol. Wastes can exist at various physical levels. They can be found in microscopic amounts in our cells, and in huge quantities in the colon. In both cases, they are substances that the body no longer has any use for and requires to eliminate them in order to stay healthy. A build-up of waste. either in the cells or in the colon, hinders your health. Under certain conditions, when a friendly bacteria in your gut have been damaged, or when the bowel mucosa have been damaged as a result of parasite or yeast overgrowth, toxins from waste that are passing too slowly through the colon can be reabsorbed back into the bloodstream, and do these rounds once again.
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