A Push-Catch System that Enables Detoxification

The human body is exposed to environmental toxins every day from a wide array of sources: particulate matter and diesel fumes in the air,1,2 heavy metals and other contaminants in the water,3,4 pesticide and herbicide residues found on foods,5,6 and even substances like bisphenol A (BPA) via contact with the skin.7 On a continuous basis, the body must work to eliminate toxic substances that are taken in. If intake exceeds removal, the toxins accumulate within the tissues and cells. These toxins tax our antioxidant systems, which must be upregulated in attempts to reduce cellular damage and death.8 But even with upregulation, the antioxidant protection system is often depleted by repeated insults and toxin exposure, and this depletion may contribute to disease processes.9 Chronic exposure to environmental toxins and toxic heavy metals is associated with the development of many types of cancer, respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, infertility, allergies, autoimmune disease, and many other conditions.10,11,12,13

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