1.Cardiovascular Disease
4.Stress & Fatigue
5.Weak Immune System
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6.Excess Weight & Water
7.Digestion & Elimination
8.Unhealthy Looking Skin
   & Accelerated Aging
9.Lack of Mental Clarity
    Undesirable Food     Cravings

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Question:  Will I get headaches?

Answer:  Headaches often occur when people stop drinking coffee and are usually gone after the first three days.  If you have Hypoglycemia, low blood sugar, make sure to have snacks on hand and eat smaller amounts of food, more often and throughout the day.

Question:  What about loose stools, constipation or diarrhea?

Answer: There is a lot of fiber in the “14 Day Gourmet Cleanse and Rejuvenation Program” so most people see an increase in elimination through- out the day.  Loose stools can be common when you change your diet from a more acidic based diet to one that is more alkalizing.  If you have diarrhea it is very important to stay hydrated and get plenty of electrolytes.  You should drink lemon water with pinches of Celtic or Himalayan sea salt.  You want to stop the diarrhea so I recommend grating apples and sprinkling them with cinnamon.  You can also eat some head lettuce or make black pepper tea, using hot water and 1/8th teaspoon of black pepper stirred into the water.  Bananas are a good choice because they are high in potassium and will replace lost electrolytes.  You can take ¼ t. aluminium-free baking soda in 4 ounces of water to replace lost electrolytes too.  Take a good broad spectrum probiotic and eat some fresh yogurt (raw cultured is best).  Make sure you chew your food completely, take a lot of deep cleansing breathes, stay hydrated with water and electrolytes and relax.

Question:  You mentioned that fat soluble toxins are stored in fat tissue, why is that?

Answer:  The body is smart and wants to keep hazardous toxins away from your vital organs as much as possible so they are not damaged.  It’s a survival mechanism.

Question:  Do people who have more fat cells retain more fat-soluble toxins?

Answer:  Yes, people with more adipose tissue absorb and retain more fat-soluble toxins.  This is especially true for women because women typically have more adipose tissue.

Question:  Do fat-soluble toxins disrupt the endocrine system?

Answer:  Yes, many fat-soluble toxins are known as zenobiotics and can impair the endocrine system.  Heavy metal contamination is also disruptive and can damage delicate hormones.  Hormones   are messenger molecules that interact with receptors found on the cellular membranes.  They deliver instructions for carrying out specific cellular activity.  Deficient endocrine function can result in obesity, diabetes, chronic fatigue, sexual dysfunction, undesirable peri-menopause and menopause symptoms, insomnia, headaches, breast tenderness, impaired memory function, osteopenia, osteoporosis, constipation, hypoglycemia, prostate problems, hyper and hypo glandular function, decrease in muscle mass and bone mass, fibromyalgia, hypercholesterolemia and cardiac disease.

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