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What are some benefits of detoxification?

Ms. Ashley Koff, RD
Nutrition & Dietetics
Rather than thinking of detoxification as a way of eliminating energy-depleting elements from your body, think of detoxification as a way of giving your body the equipment it needs to effectively act as its own shield against energy-depleting ingredients and incoming toxins, some of which we just cannot circumvent today.

Detoxification helps fuel the engines that will literally clean up your body on a cellular level and support its natural operations. It also can physically re-boot your body so you can begin to make those small but transformational shifts in your lifestyle that will help you to live a more energetic life.
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