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Toxic exposure is ubiquitous and almost impossible to avoid.

The question isn’t “Do I have a toxic burden?” but rather “Is my toxic burden affecting my health?” 


We are exposed daily to heavy metals in water, fertilizers in food, auto exhaust in the air, mycotoxins in mold, toiletries, cleaning supplies, etc. 


Each person’s toxic limit is different, but if the burden becomes too high, it can cause inflammation, oxidative stress, begin interfering with hormones, mitochondria, gut absorption and other precursors to serious illness. 



Symptoms vary but can include:

  • Fatigue

  • Difficulty losing weight

  • Cognitive impairment

  • Unexplainable muscle aches / pains

  • Digestive issues (bloating, gas, constipation,  diarrhea, abdominal pain)

  • Skin rashes, eczema

  • Insomnia

  • Headaches

  • Dizziness, vertigo, light sensitivity, visual disturbances

  • Frequent infections / poor immunity

  • Mood swings, depression, irritability

  • Sinus problems

  • Shortness of breath

  • Numbness, tingling


Symptoms vary but can include:

  • Mercury Toxicity (Mad Hatter's Disease)

  • Heavy Metal Toxicity

  • Mold Poisoning

  • Environmental Allergies

  • Food Allergies

  • Organo-phosphate concentration (fertilizers)

  • Glyphoste build-up

  • Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS)

  • Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)

Sample Treatment Plan

The key with toxic burden is to clear it, then start repairing the damage. 

  1. Start with a comprehensive medical review.  Uncovering the sources of toxic exposure takes some time. 

  2. Integrative Lab panels will check for gut function, hormone balance and toxicity levels in the blood.

  3. Detox!  Your individual protocol could include supplements, IV therapy, peptides to facilitate cleaning out organs, boosting mitochondria and balancing hormones. 

  4. Lifestyle adjustments based on your lab results will help minimize new toxic exposure.  These can include changing your household cleaners, grooming products, foods.

  5. Follow-up visits / testing will confirm that you’ve detoxed.  But you’ll probably feel the difference first!

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