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What are Toxins?
Toxins can be excessive mucus, abundant free-radicals, fungal and other infestations; in fact anything that blocks tissues and suffocates cells, causing stagnation and disease. Free radical damage is a common factor in chronic disease; free radicals are irritants which cause tissue to inflame and block normal, free-flowing function at every level. Whatever the toxicity, and whatever the cause, the effects can manifest themselves in many ways. Diabetes, diverticulitis, obesity, fatigue, immune weakness, sexual disorders, swollen joints, headaches and depression are all possible examples of effects or symptoms of toxin build-up. Disease and functional disorders can develop when the digestive system is compromised, the bowel and liver are sluggish or the kidneys and respiratory system are under-functioning.