In category: Detoxification


Detoxification is a scary word for a lot of people. Detoxification is simply the process in which toxins are removed from the body. This is different for each individual. During a comprehensive evaluation, we will uncover the level of disease (”dis-ease”) in the body and where to start. For some individuals, simply working inflammatory foods out gradually and slowly working anti-inflammatory foods in is the first step. For advanced individuals, a higher level of detoxification may be warranted. Regardless, slow and steady wins the race. Dangerous, extreme and challenging detoxifications are not recommended. Meeting with our experts to guide you through the safe, supervised, gentle process that’s right for you is important. Sometimes, cutting back is just as good as cutting out for someone. Think of cleaning out your house: to clean the attic, garage, and basement all in one day thoroughly would be exhausting. However, a little bit each day, or each week, is the key to success. Our bodies accumulate toxins from our polluted environment or food sources. We also accumulate toxins when we are under stress. It’s important to work with an expert that conducts a comprehensive evaluation of where you are, and where you want to be, to help you feel your best. Working with you gently, safely, and sustainably is the key to long-term lifestyles the last. Book your free 15 minute consultation today! Call us 732.813.1133 or email us at to learn more.

Is Your Liver Functioning as it Should?

Your liver is a powerhouse when it comes to detoxifying your body.

The liver is responsible for metabolizing and breaking down various toxins and harmful substances that enter the body, including drugs, alcohol, and environmental pollutants. These toxins are processed into less harmful forms, making them easier for the body to eliminate.

The liver produces bile, a greenish fluid that helps in the digestion and absorption of dietary fats. Bile also acts as a vehicle for the excretion of certain waste products and toxins from the liver into the intestines, ultimately exiting the body through the feces.

The liver stores essential nutrients, including vitamins and minerals, which are vital for various biochemical processes. It releases these nutrients into the bloodstream as needed.

The liver filters blood from the digestive tract before it circulates throughout the body. This filtration process helps remove bacteria, toxins, and waste products that may be present in the blood after digestion.

The liver synthesizes glutathione, a powerful antioxidant that helps neutralize free radicals and protect cells from oxidative damage.

The liver stores glucose in the form of glycogen, which can be rapidly converted back into glucose when the body needs energy. This helps stabilize blood sugar levels and ensures a steady energy supply.

Supporting your liver function is essential to maintaining optimal health – as you can see by all the amazing things it does!

Contact our office to see if your liver is functioning as it should and learn ways to better support your body’s natural detoxification.

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