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Heavy Metals: Fatigue Culprits

From the Show: Wellness for Life
Summary: The heavy metal toxins in your environment may be causing fatigue.
Air Date: 1/26/18
Duration: 26:50
Host: Susanne Bennett, DC
Guest Bio: Wendy Myers, Founder of MyersDetox.com
Wendy Myers 2Wendy Myers is founder of MyersDetox.com. She is a detox guru, functional diagnostic nutritionist, and NES Bioenergetic Practitioner based in Los Angeles, CA.

She is also the #1 bestselling author of Limitless Energy: How to Detox Toxic Metals that Cause Fatigue. She has the Detox for Energy course coming soon! This is revolutionary metal detox program to regain energy and brain function. 

Passionate about the importance of detox to live a long disease free life, she is a much sought after speaker, appearing on countless summits and podcasts.

For your free copy of Wendy's Top 10 Tips to Detox like a Pro Checklist, go to Detoxforenergy.com to download this checklist!
Heavy Metals: Fatigue Culprits
Environmental toxins are ubiquitous. Heavy metals are hidden in our water, food, air and the products we use.

These heavy metals can disrupt endocrine function, cause mitochondrial impairment, stimulate neurological problems, and turn on or off genes that set off chronic symptoms and sometimes disease.

Aluminum, arsenic, tin, cesium and thallium are all heavy metals that contribute to fatigue. They poison enzymes that transfer nutrients into your mitochondria, resulting in that tired feeling.

Take control of your health where you can. Eat foods that support detoxification. Taking binders can help remove the unwanted metals from your body. Your health symptoms may be improved.

Listen as Wendy Myers joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to share her experience detoxifying from heavy metals.


Resources:

BioSil - 5 to 10 drops per day can help remove heavy metals from the body over time.

PectaSol-C - one scoop or six capsules per day taken an hour or more away from food, supplements or medication.

The Heavy Metal Summit
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