Choose Your Way to Cleanse with Cleanse for Life

Few products come close to the nutritional profile of Cleanse for Life®—an herbal drink formulated to nourish the body and support its natural detoxification systems. While the body has pathways to remove toxins from the body, just like any machine, it can become overloaded. The combination of ingredients in Cleanse for Life works synergistically to support the body’s detoxification pathways and help them work more efficiently. Three phases of detoxification occur within the body to Continue reading →

Yes, Your Fat Is Toxic

By Michael Colgan, Ph.D. From the annual reports of the American Lung Association, the North American urban environment is now the most toxic it's been in history, puffing clouds of toxins more deadly than even during the Industrial Revolution (1). Most of the industrial chemicals and pesticides that have created this disaster are lipophilic, meaning they mix easily with fat—your fat (2). Worst are dioxins, furans, polychlorinated biphenyls, polybrominated biphenyls (PBDs) and organochlorine Continue reading →

Do Toxins Make You Fat?

Research strongly supports a healthy diet, daily exercise, and quality sleep for achieving and maintaining a healthy body weight. But what if you follow all these lifestyle habits and still can’t get the scale to budge? With obesity numbers trending up around the world, scientists are beginning to question if we are missing a part of the obesity equation. In the last two decades, researchers have unveiled evidence suggesting that environmental triggers may contribute to the obesity epidemic. Continue reading →

Toxic Body Fat

by Michael Colgan, Ph.D. Lipophilic means tending to mix with fats. Over the last 100 years, we have flooded our environment with thousands of lipophilic toxins, including pesticides, herbicides, and chemicals from building products, household products, furniture, carpets, and industrial waste (1). The high levels and increasing contamination of human breast milk in the US and Canada provides ample evidence of widespread distribution of lipophilic toxins in our environment (2-4). I will Continue reading →