A person is a living system.
The internal environment of the human organism is blood, lymph and tissue fluid, which is directly responsible for delivering nutrients (protein, fat, carbohydrates) to each cell of the human body and for removing byproducts (endotoxins).
At the same time, our organism is affected by external ecological factors. Exotoxins enter our body through our skin, mucous membranes, respiratory pathways and with food.
Toxins are, in effect, poison, that either enters the body from the external environment, or is created inside the body.
Exotoxins – harmful elements of chemical and organic origin, that enter the body from the outside via polluted air and water, poor quality food, alcohol, cigarettes etc. Most common sources are through food poisoning: toxins from bacteria, nitrates, nitrites, heavy metals etc.); breathing polluted air (for example in large industrial cities, at a workplace with hazardous materials, living in a geographical area that has an ecologically poor living environment, smoking, inhaling fumes from household cleaning products etc.); alcohol and drug consumption.
Endotoxins – harmful elements that are formed inside the body through natural processes. The creation of toxins and slags happens continuously and is not manifested in everyday life. In time, endotoxins accumulate in the body and this causes various health problems: urinary tract infections, respiratory complications, cardiovascular and auto-immune deceases, obesity, allergies.
Common causes of endotoxins are: trouble with the digestive system, disbacteriosis, liver and gall-bladder disease, viral and bacterial infections, problems with kidneys, periodontitis, periodontosis, gingivitis, allergies, stress etc.
It is important to understand that 80% of toxins are water soluble (can be dissolved in water), but 20% are fat soluble (can be dissolved in fat).
The kidneys are primarily responsible for the process of removing water soluble toxins.
The liver is responsible for the process of removing fat soluble toxins. The liver is the main organ for detoxification and “filters” blood of slags and toxins.
What happens if these organs are overloaded and can’t keep up with the level of toxicity in the body?
The accumulated toxins migrate to other parts of the body:
-skin, hair, nails (the result is skin diseases, damaged hair and nails);
-Ears, throat, nose, trachea, bronchi, lungs (various ear, nose, throat illnesses, asthma, allergies);
-Bones, muscles, ligaments (excess salt deposits, arthritis, arthrosis)
Why does this happen?
First of all, fat soluble toxins are accumulated when the liver is not functioning normally. Liver dysfunction prevents the toxins from being removed from the body in a timely manner. The same goes for kidney dysfunction and water soluble toxins.
Secondly, various ecological factors play a role in the development of toxins.
Thirdly, dehydration leads to accumulation of toxins. Unfortunately, too many people are not used to the regular consumption of clean and healthy water. It is important to consume enough high-quality water so that toxins can be flushed out of the body with urine and sweat. We need to help our bodies by creating the right environment so that the toxins that enter our bodies can be flushed out. In other words, we need to work on our endoecology.
We can define 7 stages of the contamination of our bodies with lags and toxins:
1. A seemingly healthy individual has feelings of overall fatigue. This is a symptom the beginning of the toxification of the body.
(disruption in sleep patterns, sudden mood changes, headaches, fatigue, irritability)
2. The next stage introduces aches and pain in the body and joints that are not remedied by pain killers.
3. Coughing, lachrymation, chronic runny nose, skin rashes (psoriasis, eczema, hives), itchiness.
4. Kidney stone disease, urinary tract issues, myoma, adenoma, cysts, papillomas, polyps, thrombophlebitis.
5. various diseases of the connective tissues. For example, arteries, veins, lymphatic vessels.
6. The central and peripheral nervous systems are affected. This can lead to paralysis, multiple sclerosis, Ankylosing spondylitis (previously known as Bekhterev’s disease and Marie-Strümpell disease) and Parkinson’s.
7. The final stage of toxificaton of the body is accompanied by irreversible deseases related to degradation of cells and other tissues.
We cannont completely avoid toxins, but we can try to reduce the amount of toxins that enters our body. Live in a clean environment, eat well and drink high-quality water.
The most important thing is to help our body to flush byproducts (endotoxins) and exotoxins, which lead to various health issues.
Coral-Mine – is a natural product made of deep-sea coral used for conditioning drinking water:
- provides a high quality source of water
- Normalizes the mineral balance in the body
- Optimizes the functioning of essential systems in the body
- Helps to flush water soluble toxins from the body
H-500 – a source of energy, life “fuel” for everyday
•Increases the physical and mental capacity
•Speeds up recovery after physical activities
•Prevents premature aging
•Help to neutralize toxins in the body
It is proven that water enriched with H-500 and Coral-Mine helps to flush up to 90% of water soluble toxins and reduces degradation of bone tissues.
Assimilator includes a complex of plant-based enzymes (amylase, cellulose, papain, bromeline, lipase, lactase) that
-help to digest proteins, carbohydrates and fatty foods and to reduce the creation of toxins in the body
-help the absorption of proteins by digesting them to the aminoacid level
-help to absorb nutrients
Coral Lecithin – a source of natural phospholipids (lecithin)
-Lecithin is the basis of all cell membranes, including those of the brain
-Protects cell membranes from damage due to toxins
-helps to effectively neutralize and flush toxins from the body.
-Helps to restore liver cells incase of toxicosis due to the consumption of alcohol, nicotine, medicine, junk food.