Seven stages of toxification of the body
Stage 1. Fatigue. Toxins accumulate in the blood, liver and gastrointestinal tract. Our bodies do not fulfill their detoxification functions – the cell get tired of fighting (due to the lack of vitamins).
Stage 2. Headaches. There goes a further accumulation of toxins in the blood, in the cerebral cortex, in the nervous system.
Stage 3. Allergic demonstrations, i.e. accumulation of toxins in the liver and kidneys, which also do not cope with their functions. It is a natural reaction of the body that is trying to protect itself.
Stage 4. Stones, lipomas, benign tumors, fibroids, cysts, polyps. If we are not engaged in prophylactic cleansing of our body, then the accumulation of slags and their concentration occurs.
Stage 5. Obesity, polyarthritis, arthritis, rheumatism. There is a further distribution of toxins throughout the body, further changes in forms, functions and systems begin.
Stage 6. Heart attacks, strokes, gangrenes, precancerous condition of the body when it cannot fight the avalanche of toxins
Stage 7. Oncology – the revenge of nature for the ignorant attitude of a person towards themselves, their nutrition and lifestyle.
The main cause of toxification of the body is the consumption of surrogate products and products with surrogate components. Everyone knows the maxim ‘Health is like the weather, while it’s good it’s not paid attention to’.
We begin to pay attention to our health only when the immune system is already crying for help, and the physiological adaptive reactions of the organism are already broken. Frequent colds, allergic reactions, abdominal pains or pains in muscles begin to torment a person. However, the disease can ‘take a bridgehead’ in the body only if the immune system is out of order. Therefore, it is very important to take care of the body’s defenses in advance, to constantly maintain their sensitivity and ability to react quickly.
According to the statistics of recent years, in all countries of the world, many diseases are associated with malnutrition and poor environmental conditions, as well as stress. We cannot always control the content of aggressive toxic substances in the foods we use, and they, entering into our body, destroy it, lead to a decrease in resistance, self-purification disorder and thereby to greater susceptibility to various diseases.