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7 Phases Of Elimination

Phase 3. Unsuspected Toxins

What is BPA? BPA stands for bisphenol A. BPA is an industrial chemical that has been used to make certain plastics and resins since the 1960s. BPA is found...

Phase 2. Dangerous Toiletries

My Daughters Tooth Paste I never thought my daughter's toothpaste was dangerous to her health. I assume the ingredients were safe or they wouldn’t be allowed to be used. Now I know that’s...

Phase 1. Household Cleaners

T here is mounting scientific evidence that neurotoxic chemicals are hiding in household cleaning products. At least 200 chemicals are potentially neurotoxic in humans, and over 1,000 are neurotoxic...

Phase 7. Food Allergies

If your child is still showing signs of ADD/ADHD symptoms after thoroughly completing phases 1 thru 6 then I recommend you dig a little deeper. Start with Gluten and work your...

Phase 6. Salicylate Sensitivity

A salicylate is part of phenol family. A phenol is a chemical that occurs naturally as an immune hormone that protects plants such as herbs, fruits, and vegetables....

Phase 5. Synthetic Ingredients

Artificial Sweeteners H ere are the most widely used (and toxic) artificial sweeteners on the market today. Artificial sweeteners are known to cause ADHD like symptoms and lug an extensive list of side effects....

Phase 4. Supplements And Probiotics

What Is A Supplement? A dietary supplement is a product intended for ingestion that contains a "dietary ingredient" intended to add further nutritional value to (supplement) the diet. A "dietary...


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