How do I determine my toxic load?
Your toxic load is the amount of toxins that your body needs to process. By answering the following questions, you may gain some insight as to your current toxic load.
Y N Do you or have you eaten processed foods?
Y N Do you eat non-organic fruits and vegetables?
Y N Do you eat meat and poultry that are not free range?
Y N Do you consume genetically altered food?
Y N Do you ever use artificial sweeteners?
Y N Do you drink soda?
Y N Do the foods you eat have preservatives, additives, dyes, or sweeteners?
Y N Do you eat fast food and or eat out regularly?
Y N Do you charbroil or grill foods?
Y N Do you drink coffee regularly?
Y N Do you drink alcohol?
Y N Do you drink tap water?
If the majority of your answers are "yes", then it is likely that your diet contributes significantly to your toxic load. Beyond diet, many external toxins, such as perfumes, cleaners, and pollution, all add to you overall toxic load.
There are approximately 80,000 synthetic chemicals registered for use in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that hundreds of these chemicals are present in our bodies. Research has shown that many of these chemicals can disrupt our immune, endocrine, nerves, and reproductive systems.
Purification, also known as detoxification, can help you remove natural toxins from your body and help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight. We are exposed to external toxins everyday, including pollutants, pesticides, and, chemicals. Internally our bodies produce waste byproducts as a result of normal metabolic function. Although your body is designed to rid itself of these toxins naturally, it can become overburdened. Purification offers your body additional support to expel natural toxins and minimize your weight, which is important to maintaining your health and vitality.
Standard Process Purification Program
Why do I need purification?
Toxins can contribute to a wide range of conditions
- Stuffy head
- Fatigue or difficulty sleeping
- Digestion and other gastrointestinal problems
- Food cravings and weight gain
- Low libido