I am not a detoxifier by trade, but I am certified. I don't claim to have the magic cure for you or your loved one.
I can't give you the answer. However, I can give you some very useful information that may help you understand a little more about the different methods of detoxing, and how to choose what works best for you and your family. So what's the difference between detoxing and detoxifying? First, detoxing is a process of reducing the quantity of toxic materials in the body. A detox may be an "active detox." In active detoxification, it is important to avoid the use of substances that can have a negative impact on the body's natural balance, including alcohol, tobacco, drugs, and caffeine. In addition, you need to minimize the intake of toxins from the environment, especially food. When you consume food, you are consuming chemicals. In other words, your body is absorbing toxins, and your body can't do anything about them. What is an active detox? The active detox involves a process of detoxification, but it is often referred to as a "preparation" or "process." A food or food ingredients are "activated" with a "preparation" before being added to food. When a product is processed before it goes into food.