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There are different chelators that attract metals like chlorella or clay so they can be excreted from the body; What would detox years of eating pesticides like DDT or Round Up, (which are still in the environment) and plastics from saran wrap or water bottles?
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https://metabolichealing.com/michael-...etoxification/

I know of many toxic compounds that take residence in fat. How to clean that out is beyond anything I can find online.

I had once heard that Agent Orange (dioxin) would become a resident of many war vets fat cells - to be released -- ??

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agent_Orange (GRAPHIC images of man burned by Agent Orange and stillborn babies)

I am definitely looking into some herbal tinctures to clean out liver, blood, those items. With the help of the naturopath, as well.

While remaining on the metabolic detox diet.


https://www.cureendometriosis.com/the...e-to-avoid-it/

https://www.chemicalbodyburden.org/wh...of%20my%20body

https://www.alternativemedicine.com/detox/can-you-lighten-your-toxic-load
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Until scientists can nail all this down and draw more direct links between toxins and disease, we’re left to wonder: Can we successfully reduce our toxic load? And will doing so at least make us feel better?
One can’t discuss detoxing without paying homage to the fact that the body is magnificently equipped to detox on its own. Whether they enter through the mouth, the lungs, or the skin, all toxins must go one-on-one with the liver, where they are identified and usually either destroyed, socked away in the far reaches of the organ (the liver’s actually much larger than it needs to be to do its job), or sent on to be eliminated. Toxins that survive the liver must face the well-equipped filtering system of the kidneys. Ultimately, if not sent packing in waste products, toxins are stored in fat cells.
That’s what worries detox proponents. “Toxins can hang out in the fat for a good while,” says David Riley, an internist, homeopath, and cofounder of the Integrative Medicine Institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico. “They’ve got to affect you eventually.” Many detox plans target these repositories by instigating the burning of fat through heat or fasting.
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Good find happy. I remember seeing a doctor explain the use of niacin in very high dosages right before going into a sauna. The niacin opens up the fat cells and allows the toxins to sweat out during the sauna. I've done it a couple times and the flush is such a weird feeling from the niacin but it's harmless.
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Niacin may be harmless - but what about a huge load of something that is? Like DDT, BPA, etc?

I don't think my liver/pancreas/lymph is up to the challenge. Baby steps for me.

But I do love my saunas.
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The idea is that the toxins would leave your body through your pours because of all the heat being generated near the surface of the body but that is not to say a bunch of shtuff won't need to be excreted other routes which could cause more of a burden,
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I was reading about Bentonite clay, calcium bentonite for internal and sodium bentonite for external, and the info. states it pulls it all out without pulling out nutrients. Here's an article on it:
https://www.aboutclay.com/info/Articl...0questions.htm
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There are different chelators that attract metals like chlorella or clay so they can be excreted from the body; What would detox years of eating pesticides like DDT or Round Up, (which are still in the environment) and plastics from saran wrap or water bottles?
Organics are much harder to detox because they are stored in fat cells. If you can avoid them in your diet, they detox over time (years, not days)
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