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In-depth Detox for Tough Troubles: Detox Series 6/6

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Health Blog, Toxins / Detox

Dancing the Fine Line Between In-Depth Detox and Health Protocol Some health troubles are just tougher than others. Some are so tough that a gentle detox like I’ve described in the previous five posts isn’t going to turn your health around. If you have a heavy metal or environmental toxicity, you’ve wandered into tough troubles. […]

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6 Detox Strategies: A Detox Series 5/6

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Health Blog, Toxins / Detox

Detox Health Benefits: Power Boost Your Detox in 6 Easy Steps Once you have the nutrients on board to support a healthy detoxification, you can use certain detox strategies to support your body’s detox process. Here, I’ll cover six easy steps you can use to help boost the clearance of toxins that are making you […]

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Inner Workings: Detox Series 4/6

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Health Blog

I’m so glad you’ve stuck with me on this detox journey and you’re ready to learn the inner workings of your body during detox! By now you’ve 1) reduced your toxic exposure, 2) removed the depleting foods, 3) increased your nutrient dense foods, 4)increased your hydration, and 5) made sure you’re pooping at least twice […]

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Eating to Win: Detox Series Part 3/6

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Health Blog

In my last blog I told you the depleting foods to avoid.  Today, we’re talking about the foods you want to eat to prepare your body for detoxification. You may be wondering what on earth you CAN eat!  This is the third step of preparing for detoxification. Grab yourself your last cup of coffee (for […]

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Be a Prepper: Detox Series Part 2/6

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Health Blog

“Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.”  Alexander Graham Bell As winter turns into spring, our diets shift from slow cooked root vegetables and stews to fresh bitter greens such as dandelion greens and arugula.  This natural shift in seasonal foods supports the removal of stagnation that accumulates over fall and winter.  Our […]

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