Release Toxins to Release Weight
Dec 22, 2011 01:17AM
Programs resume on Wednesdays in January at Health Connections in Indialantic. The programs teach participants how to detox from the holidays, but include information that can be used for health purposes for a lifetime. Information is free and participation is optional.
“A toxin is anything ingested that the body cannot use,” states Candice Klein, owner of Health Connections. “Most people are learning that pesticides, hormones, antibiotics, heavy metals, and parasites can be found in food and water. Even though the body has pathways to neutralize and eliminate these poisons, our daily intake has exceeded the body’s detoxification abilities. Often, the body stores these toxins in fat cells, even making more fat cells just to accommodate the toxins and keep them sequestered in the body. Unless the daily intake of these poisons is stopped and the organs of elimination are supported, the excess fat simply will not be released.”
Candice Klein is a licensed colon therapist and owner of Health Connections since 1988. Call 321.725.8347 for more information.