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21-Day SPRING DETOX

It’s no secret that we’re exposed to hundreds of chemicals in today’s environment, but we can reduce their impact in two important ways. “We can improve the body‘s ability to get rid of these chemicals, and we can limit the amount of chemicals we are exposed to,” says Gaetano Morello, ND, a naturopathic physician based in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, who has developed an effective detoxification and cleansing program that most healthy people can do at home.

Limiting exposure is an ongoing process that includes eating organic food, drinking pure water, using non-toxic skin care and household cleaning products, avoiding chemical air fresheners, and eliminating other controllable sources of harmful chemicals, such as pesticides or herbicides in the yard.

On the other side of the coin, there are various ways to improve

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