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Daily Detox: The Comprehensive Solution

The U.S. Food and Drug and Drug Administration (FDA) have now approved over 3,000 artificial food additives, preservatives and colorings. The average person ingests 140-150 pounds of additives every year.  The environmental toxicity continues to increase generation to generation. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has measured 219 chemicals in people’s blood and urine. 75 of these toxic chemicals have never been seen before.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that indoor air measurements to be 100 times more polluted compared to our external environments.  The indoor toxic environment has been coined to have “sick building” syndrome.  Leaky pipes, water damaged basements, ceilings or carpets are common culprits.  Biotoxicity primarily comes from mold.  Do you have mold, mildew or water stains at home or work?

Significant health concerns can be traced to the toxicity of our water supply, Teflon cookware, commercialized cleaning products and even our daily personal care items.  We live in a toxic world and it is generating a new era of autoimmune disease, hormone dysfunction, thyroid disease, childhood spectrum conditions, asthma and allergies.  The deadly killers such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer are now linked to bioaccumulation of toxins as well.

The toxic internal and external environments can be improved but it is often due to a reaction caused by symptoms.  If you wait until you have symptoms, you are too late.  Once you correct your environment, specific supplementation can detoxify and aid in the removal of the stored toxins.  Maximized Living has now provided the proper supplementation and resources to efficiently restore health to your body.

Maximized Living Daily Detox is a whole food formula that is unlike any other detox formula because it follows a two-fold approach when it comes to cleansing your system. First, Daily Detox cleanses with traditional organ system detoxifiers like chlorella, milk thistle, spirulina, and probiotics. Daily Detox protects your cells against free radical damage with intra-cellular antioxidants like glutathione, catalase and superoxide.

Second, Daily Detox is unique in that it has specific nutrients to shuttle toxins out of your body. The special formulation of activated carbon and magnesium effectively bind to toxins, helping your body naturally eliminate them. The Chlorella in Daily Detox detoxifies the liver, gallbladder and colon. It also boosts the beneficial flora in the intestines and can bind to heavy metals removing them from your system.  Milk thistle also reduces liver damage caused by medications, radiation and alcohol, according to a 2010 study published in Phytotherapy Research.

The first step in any detoxification program is to identify your rate of exposure and eliminate the culprits to the best of your ability.  The Daily Detox supplementation will help reduce the toxic load and bioaccumulation of toxins in your body that will produce disease.  You will have restoration of health and improved healing from a wide spectrum of health conditions that includes the leading diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer.


Dr. Cory Couillard is an international healthcare speaker and columnist for numerous newspapers, magazines, websites and publications throughout the world. He works in collaboration with the World Health Organization's goals of disease prevention and global healthcare education. Views do not necessarily reflect endorsement.

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