• Nisha Jackson, PhD

Detox Journey

The word "Detox" carries around some negative connotations. People think of it as something you need to do in rehab or behind closed doors but it's so much more. In fact, EVERYONE can benefit from a good detox cleanse at least once a year! We are full of toxins from our environment (cleaning products, smog, pesticides... the list goes on!) Even though the body has natural processes in place to filter out and cleanse itself of these toxins, the sheer magnitude of the toxins we're exposed to overwhelms these processes and they begin building up in our systems. This build-up results in a TOXIN OVERLOAD that exhausts our body's ability to filter and expel them.

Our liver takes the brunt of these toxic bombardments because it is the organ responsible for detox (along with 300 other incredible functions that we know of). Why wouldn't you want to take care of that magical liver of yours with something as simple and rewarding as a detox cleanse?

It's so easy to get started. OnePeak Medical has created an easy-to-follow 4-week detox program, equip with meal plans, shopping lists, and recipes. It is a step-by-step guide, all you need to do is participate! There are two phases of liver detoxification. During these phases you will be healing your intestinal lining, pulling environmental toxins out of the body, decreasing systemic inflammation and flooding the body with healing antioxidants! After completing this detox you can expect to feel lighter, healthier, more energetic and experience mental clarity and vitality!

Whether you're extremely tired, can't seem to lose weight, over-indulged over the holidays or just aren't feeling yourself - a detox is a great idea!  Treat your liver to a little love and join your OnePeak Medical family on the 4-week detox journey! www.onepeakmedical.com


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© 2018 by Nisha Jackson

*this degree is from an unaccredited college and is not approved for use in Oregon