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Detoxification — clear and cleanse
your body. Your body has the natural capacity to detoxify and cleanse
itself. Learn more about how to tap into your own natural detox pathways and find
other resources and articles about clearing toxins from your system.
Endocrine disruptors —
tipping the hormonal scales, reviewed by Dr. Mary James, ND.
Your endocrine system is vulnerable to the effects of everyday exposure to environmental
toxins. Today we’re all dealing with an unprecedented storm of manmade chemicals
that can mimic, block, stimulate or inhibit our own natural hormones. There is a
lot you can do to minimize the impact of hormone-disrupting chemicals.
system and your health. Your lymphatic system is your body’s natural
detox system. Here are 12 ways to boost the health of your lymphatic system, as
well as your overall health.
5 tips for daily detox
— How to encourage effective daily detoxification. You’re detoxing
right now — and with a little help you’ll do it even better. Your body’s natural
detox pathways are always removing toxins and you can supply the support needed
to keep you clean and clear.
How to detox from caffeine,
reviewed by Dr. Amber Hayden, DO. Quitting caffeine can be a challenge,
particularly when withdrawal symptoms like headaches and fatigue add to the difficulty.
Women's Health Network offers advice on how to detox from caffeine slowly to limit
Getting it all out:
help your body detoxify. Detoxification means many things to many
people, but at Women's Health Network we advocate natural detox that works with
the body’s detox system.
Green household cleaning
chemicals. One way to detoxify your household is to use natural
non-toxic green household cleaners. Women's Health Network offers recipes for safe
alternatives to household chemicals.
Lymphoma and lymphedema: What you need to know. Hearing there’s
a problem with your lymphatic system can be confusing—here’s more about what lymphedema
and lymphoma are and what the difference is.