User's Guide to Detoxification: Discover How Vitamins, Herbs, and Other Nutrients Help You Survive in a Toxic World

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James J. Gormley, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 92 pages
We live in a toxic world - and there's no escaping it. But each of us can take steps to enhance our body's ability to detoxify pollutants, synthetic hormones, and cancer causing chemicals. The Benefits? A healthier life with a lower risk of developing debilitating diseases. This User's Guide focuses on specific supplements, including herbs and vitamin-like substances, that help protect your body protect itself.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Detox Diet
18
First Line
26
The Role of Phytochemicals
36
Milk ThistleThe Master Detoxifier
45
Other Herbal Detoxifiers
51
Staying ToxinFree with Green Drinks
60
Daily Detoxification Program
74
B Detox Diet Grocery List
82
Index
88
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Dr. Shari," as she was called, had many guest spots on television and radio shows and was generally regarded as a nutrition and mineral supplements expert. She privately practiced as a clinical nutritionist in New York City for over 20 years, published scientific research, and presented at US and international conferences. Dr. Lieberman was a prolific writer and wrote in a way that appealed to the general public. She helped explain 28 basic vitamins and minerals to the layperson with her best-selling book, The Real Vitamin & Mineral Book (Avery/Penguin Putnam, 4th edition, 2007), co-authored with Nancy Bruning. Shari Lieberman, PhD, a leader in the field of natural nutrition, died July 20, 2009, in Florida from complications related to metastatic breast cancer. She was 51.

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