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Toxic Metal Cleanse

Today I'm going to discuss how you could achieve a clean and healthy body and a toxin-free home without feeling tired, sick, overwhelmed or even spending a lot of money. Make sure you watch the full video or read the transcript below so that you can get the secrets I use for detoxing my body and home. You’ll also receive free information at the end that's going to help you with this process. Family Detox | Create a Toxin-Free Home and FamilyLength: 9 minutes How Toxins Have Shaped Our Lives […]

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When you think about detoxing, you probably think about detox diets, colon cleansing, or fasting. But, in recent years, detoxing through the feet has gained popularity. Proponents say foot detox therapy eliminates toxins from the body, increases energy, offers immune support, and improves overall health and well-being. However, foot detoxes are not without controversy. Does detoxing through your feet really work, and are there any side effects? What different techniques exist for a foot detox? Read on for answers to these questions and more. (more…)

Cilantro and coriander are the names used in the United States to describe two different parts of the same plant, Coriandrum sativum. It’s an annual herb, which means it blooms and must be replanted yearly. Cilantro is used to describe the green, citrus-flavored leaves. Coriander is the common name for the plant’s light brown seeds, which are dried and used as a cooking spice. Exactly what you call, or how you use, this amazing plant varies depending on where you live in the world, but its health benefits remain the […]

Ruthenium is a hard, metallic, chemical element that is commonly found as a rare earth metal. Ruthenium’s atomic number is 44 and its atomic weight is 101.07. It is greyish-white in color and a member of the platinum family.[1] At only about 0.0004 parts per million, ruthenium is one of the rarest elements in the earth’s crust. (more…)