Human body has the natural ability to eliminate toxins. However, we live in a toxic world, so it fails to perform its function properly. Vital organs become overburdened, and cause severe health issues.
There are two types of toxins: water-soluble and fat-soluble. Toxins in the first group get eliminated through blood stream and kidneys. On the other hand, fat-soluble toxins represent a real problem.
Environmental chemicals, heavy metals, pesticides, preservatives, food additives, pollutants, and plastics are the most common fat-soluble toxins. They have to go through a specific process and turn into water-soluble toxins so the body can eliminate them easily.
This is liver’s main function, but when it does not perform its function normally, toxins spread into the blood stream, fatty tissues and brain. They can spend years in these cells. Eventually, the organism is compromised by a severe ailment.
Regulate your digestive system, stress and perform regular detoxification to prevent the accumulation of toxins in tissues.
How does this work?
After consuming your meal, nutritional and toxic fats go to the small intestine. Bile from the liver has the role to emulsify them. Millions of villi and lacteals, or mucus membranes, sweep the gut, and absorb nutritional fats.