Quick detoxification methods can clear some toxicity. Some are not strong enough to be effective. Some that are, including chelating programs such as DMSA and Vitamin C, also pull out essential nutrients. There is more to the process than just flushing ourselves out. Because metals accumulate over a long period of time, eliminating them requires a comprehensive detoxification effort, one that also ensures balancing the essential minerals we need. To avoid having toxins circulating in our blood, where they may damage what they come in contact with, our bodies store toxic metals in our tissues. In order to remove the toxins, we need to provide the body with the nutrient support it needs to be able to pull the toxins out of their storage sites and out of the body. Only with adding the right nutrients in balanced, high doses (through supplements and food) and utilizing elimination methods will the body fully detoxify. Nutritional balancing is the science that figured out how to support (and restore) the body while also eliminating the bad guys.
Read on: The next blog post is “Can I just get rid of one metal at a time?”