Physical Signs and Symptoms

Our body has a way of giving us signs when our systems are being overloaded. And often it is a combination of several symptoms.

  • Pain between the shoulder blades
  • Stomach upset by greasy foods
  • Poor digestion, abdominal bloating, gas
  • Sluggish elimination, constipation, diarrhoea
  • Greasy or shiny stools
  • History of nausea or motion sickness
  • Light or pale coloured stools
  • Headache over the eyes
  • Gallbladder attacks
  • Bitter taste in the mouth (especially after meals)
  • Becoming sick or easily intoxicated if drinking wine
  • Easily hung over
  • Pain under right side of rib cage
  • Haemorrhoids or varicose veins
  • Regular NutraSweet (aspartame) consumption
  • Chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia
  • Thyroid issues
  • Excessive body heat
  • High cholesterol issues
  • Premature aging and weakness
  • Low energy/frequent unexplained fatigue/lethargy
  • Bad breath, coated tongue, body odour
  • IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
  • Frequent infections, immune system compromised, recurrent colds, persistent infections
  • Liver problems
  • Puffy eyes, dark circles under your eyes
  • Overweight/trouble losing weight/obvious belly fat
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Recurrent or unexplained headaches
  • Regular muscle aches and pains, unexplained soreness or stiffness
  • Irritated skin, allergic reactions and sensitivities

Emotional Signs and Indications

Toxins and free radicals accumulate in the body and can affect brain function. The brain needs to detox from oxidative stress and toxic overload, which in turn reduces cognitive abilities.

  • Highly stressed
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Unpleasant mood swings
  • Anger issues
  • Inability to focus, poor short-term memory, lack of concentration
  • Trouble sleeping or maintaining sleep
  • Brain fog
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Unhealthy emotions and behaviours
  • Bad habits

The Toxic Environment

Toxins can build up in our systems – both from ingested sources such as food, drugs, medications, tobacco etc and external sources such as polluted environments.

  • History of alcohol/drug use or hepatitis
  • Long term prescription drug use
  • Sensitivity to chemicals (tobacco smoke, fumes, perfume, cleaning agents, etc)
  • Long term or inappropriate use of prescription medications
  • Heavy metals toxicity such as mercury, arsenic, lead, cadmium, tin and aluminium
  • Past or present evidence of infections in the system such as bacteria, viruses, yeast and parasites
  • Exposure to chemicals such as pesticides, herbicides, cleaning products, solvents and glues
  • Intake of anti-nutrients such as high fructose corn syrup, trans-fats, caffeine, alcohol and processed foods
  • Metabolic waste by-products from the chemical processes that keep us alive such as nitrogen, carbon dioxide, bile, urea and stools
  • Allergens such as food, mould, dust, pollen and chemicals