A toxin is simply a poison that can affect the body by internal or external means. A toxin can be a chemical which occurs naturally or in synthetic form. More than 120,000 human-made chemicals have been introduced into the environment, in one form or another, and this number continues to grow each year at a phenomenal rate. At the same time, microbial toxins, being influenced by the vast numbers of chemicals, are mutating beyond belief. Each category of microbes produces species that generates toxins in host cells. Evidence is proving a definitive link between the accumulation of toxins in body tissues and the development of chronic diseases.

External toxins, either chemical or microbial, enter the body through food, water, air, or physical contact with the skin or mucous membranes. Internal toxins, as the free radicals, are produced inside the body through normal metabolic processes or through the decomposition of foods in the small and large intestines. Bacterial toxins and yeast overgrowth can also form in cases of chronic constipation.

Under normal circumstances, the body is able to eliminate toxins from the body via urine, feces, exhalation, and persperation. Thus, the major organs involved in elimination are the kidneys, liver, colon, lungs, and skin. In addition, WBCs (white blood cells) of the immune system are designed to neutralize microbial toxins. The liver is the organ primarily responsible for breaking toxins into harmless byproducts, which are eliminated into the stool or through the kidneys into the urine.



But in the long run,in case the body is not strong enough for this cleansing system or in case there is failure in some strategic organs such as liver and lyphatic system ,both internal and external toxins may lead to  the diseases seen in our daily life.These toxins may effect the human body so dramatically that they lead to congestion in liver and lymphatic system.Today approximately 400 external synthetic man-made toxins are being taken by modern human beings by the following ways:

 

1-Excess intake of  carbohydrates&fats by foods containg chemicals and high acids

2-Air pollution, exhaust fumes etc

3-Diesease and toxic effects of drugs used in the diseases

4-Negative effects of the radiation from the          daily electronic equipments such as computers,TVs and others

5-Addictions and habits such as cigarettes,alcohol

6-Cosmetics and chemicals agents

7-Stress,anxiety,depression and their negative effects

 

Toxins may play an important role in leading to some diseases or may trigger them.They can be found in the inflammated tissues and lower the threshold of ache.They can cause aches,swellings in the body.In the long run they have been found to play an important role in formation of cancers.

 

Over time,if these toxins are not removed from the body,they may cause or increase the followings:

 

1-Headaches

2-Lethargy

3-Obesity

4-Constipation

5-Anxiety

6-Acne

7-Chronic Airway Infections

8-Joint pains

9-Sore throat

10-Lumbalgias and vertebral pains

11-All kind of skin diseases

12-Gastrointestinal disorders

 

 Toxins may trigger the following diseases:

 

1-Hypertension

2-Artritis

3-Diabetes

4-Heart diseases

5-Liver disorders

6-Kidney Failure

7-Cancers

 

Today several synthetic agents are considered to be responsible for many seriuos cancers.