One area that is often overlooked when it comes to fatigue is detoxification, and yet it can make a profound difference in a person’s energy levels. In the modern world, we are constantly bombarded with toxins from our environment.
We are exposed to over 10,000 man-made chemicals and various toxic substances, not to mention heavy metals that can come from petrol fumes, cookware, and even the food we eat.
We have evolved a complex detoxification system, but the 20th century has dramatically changed our environment and what our bodies have to deal with.
Not only that but internally we may face detoxification challenges. An overgrowth of the wrong microorganisms in the gut, not only leads to digestive issues but also dramatically adds to the toxic burden that our livers have to deal with.
Conventional medicine often underscores the importance of detoxification. It’s not one for supporting the body’s natural healing routes. Also, pharmaceutical drugs need to be detoxified, which is a downside to them and probably one of the reasons the subject is avoided.
Due to genetical dispositions (which we can test for), some people are poor detoxifiers of various substances and so exposure to these substances may lead to a build-up of these toxins in the body. This can put the body under stress, creating inflammation and endangering cells which causes them to lower their energy output in an attempt to protect themselves.
In this video, I help you to identify if detoxification issues are affecting your energy output and give you clear tips on what to do to improve your detox pathways and thus improve your vitality.
Watch it now and learn how this vital and often over-looked system plays a critical role in keeping your energy flowing.
And if you’re looking for some personal insight into what’s holding your energy levels back, then apply for a Discovery Call which is a 20-minute one-on-one consultation with me to help you get to the root of your problem and offer you guidance on where to go from there. Just click on the button in the bar below.