Restaurants and pubs have had a difficult time since the COVID-19 Pandemic struck. Enforced regulations and lockdowns have significantly reduced traffic at many local eateries. Hopefully, the coming months will enable the food establishment to flourish again. Chefs, cooks, waiters, bartenders, and, often forgotten, dishwashers still need to pay their bills.
Much like the dishwasher, we also take for granted the importance of detoxing in maintaining our health. Look at it this way: A normal flow of dirty dishes is manageable, but add in an unexpected rush of customers, the occasional dropped tray of food or any of the zillion other mishaps that can and do occur in a commercial kitchen and the cleansing process becomes overwhelmed and can shut down the entire restaurant.
Similarly, the build-up of toxins in our bodies can cascade into a dire situation. Under normal conditions, the metabolic process of converting nutrition into energy and converting food to building blocks for the body creates waste material or toxins that need to be removed from us. Also, the immune system creates toxins in the ordinary course of fighting off pathogens. For the most part, the liver, kidneys, digestive tract, skin and lungs, supported by the spleen, can handle the task.
The trouble starts when exogenous toxins enter our bodies, such as chemicals and heavy metals from processed and GMO foods, pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, drugs, alcohol, paints, plastics, solvents, furniture, cookware, cleaning products, personal care products, amalgam fillings, drinking water, polluted air, flu shots and vaccines (electromagnetic fields (EMFs) will be discussed exclusively in an upcoming article). The liver and kidneys, in particular, strain to eliminate the toxins, which negatively impacts a host of other bodily systems. Let’s take a closer, atomic, look.
Toxins have the ability to form free radicals. Moreover, free radicals are highly reactive as they carry a charge (radical cation, positive charge; radical anion, negative charge) and therefore actively search for other atoms and molecules from which to “steal” an electron which sets off a chain reaction of electron-hunting ions. Antioxidants stop this process by neutralizing free radicals by providing electrons. But a heavy exposure to toxins can overpower the antioxidants that may lead to cellular damage throughout the body, known as oxidative stress (note that oxygen may not necessarily be involved). Oxidative stress is known to cause over 200 diseases.
How do we know when it’s time to detoxify? Some signs include brain fog, fatigue, headaches, dizziness, depression, muscle joint pain, digestive problems, and high or low blood pressure. Of course, eliminating the sources of toxins is the first step and consuming a proper nutritional diet should be a daily ritual. But when our bodies cry “no more” it’s time for outside help.
The Theragem Clinique fuses light, colour, electromagnetic frequencies and crystalline energy which imbue electrons with an antioxidant effect. Furthermore, the anti-inflammatory property of the Gemcups used in the Theragem Clinique enables it to counteract cellular membrane inflammation due to toxins. Over the years, therapeutic application indicates that Theragem Clinique induces detoxification that includes the outflow of excess sodium, phosphate, calcium and other substances trapped within cells. Theragem is a game changer.
As we are lucky enough to be based in the Lancashire Heartlands, we have access to some of the most amazing restaurants, cafes and bistros in the region. We hope that we’ll soon be able to enjoy the very best of our fresh local produce again. With the beautiful Lancashire landscape blossoming into Spring and a daily detoxifying Theragem session, there is so much to look out for to make life whole!