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well, okay, I think I get it
Posted by Reviewer3218974 on Mar 25, 2010
I am an old hand at body cleansing and detox. This doc seems to make everything far too complicated but then, I have been following principles of food combining for 30 something years (a major source of toxic leftovers) and my colon is cleansed about every month or so and yes, I drive a car and so get some of those heavy metals from the air around me. Probably the most important place where I have consistently protected myself is to avoid all fast food, avoid all over the counter cosmetics and sundry drugs for colds, digestive upset, etc. I also do not go to doctors and therefore have not been toxified by their pharmaceuticals. And I have a very strong genetic heritage. S0o, along with good advice, it is important to make wise choices...doctors could direct some of these choices.
Posted by Reviewer2332948 on Jul 31, 2009
I was thinking that when I get this booklet, I would be buying, mixing, blending some type of drink that would cleanse and detox my body. But instead, I found that to be the opposite. It's more of a scientific approach. You cleanse and detox your body by avoiding certain foods, household cleaners, etc! Although a good and highly recommended approach, it won't be that easy for those who are always on the go!
Posted by Reviewer2997923 on May 17, 2010
Very useful book, i like it !
Posted by Lyricallor on Sep 28, 2010
It was very informative about liver functions and the body's ability to detoxify.
Concise, easy to follow step-by-step guide
Posted by Reviewer1752722 on Aug 21, 2009
Starts with an insight into the detoxification concept followed by an explanation of the toxic world that surrounds us. Then step-by-step it guides you through the detox process aimed at various parts of the body in a very well explained way. Provides examples of additional nutritional support and references to further reading.
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Posted by Reviewer3309192 on Dec 11, 2009
ok for beginners, but not informative enough for more serious types of dis-eases, ie carsanomas, lymphomas, etc.
Posted by Reviewer2891125 on Apr 01, 2010
It's better to read wikipedia
Posted by PurplePegasus on Sep 12, 2009
A free book is a good book. Good info
Posted by Jennie on Aug 24, 2009
Interesting book to read. I started taking vitamin C on a daily basis because of this book.