Toxic overload is damaging your health - But, there is something that you can do about it
Pro-Health Chiropractic 2600 Post Rd. Suite L2 Southport will be holding a free talk on September 5th, @ 6:15pm.
SPACE IS LIMITED. PLEASE REGISTER with Susan at 203-333-2700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR THE LAST HALF CENTURY, our planet and our bodies have become increasingly polluted. Each year chemical companies in the U.S. manufacture over 6.5 trillion pounds of 9,000 different chemicals, and release over 7.1 billion pounds of 650 different pollutants into the environment. Heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, dioxins, PCBs and industrial chemicals like bisphenol-A are in our air, water and the products we use.
Toxins also in our food and the medications we take. The result is a greater human toxic burden than ever before, and an expanding catalog of symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, infertility, digestive problems and insomnia. What’s more, recent research has revealed that toxins directly contribute to nearly every modern disease, including cancer, diabetes, heart disease, autoimmunity and hormonal imbalances.
In this one-hour free talk, we’ll examine the increasing role of toxins in chronic illness and explore how a supervised detoxification program can help protect your health and promote optimal function. You’ll learn specific steps to reduce your exposure to toxins in food and the environment, along with natural therapies to support your body’s detoxification process. Improving your detox capacity offers physical, mental and spiritual benefits, including: • More energy • Better digestion and elimination • Freedom from cravings • More clarity and focus • Clearer skin and eyes • More stable moods • Better weight control • Better sleep • Greater motivation and creativity.
Dr. Robert Kipp is a licensed Chiropractor and Certified Chiropractic Wellness Physician. He was nominated as Chiropractor of the Year in 2010.
Neil Carcusa is a Lifestyle Coach. He holds degrees in Sports Medicine and Nutrition from Keen State.
Susan Kipp is the Team Leader. She is a former Educator who holds two Master’s Degrees, the first in Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida, the second in Learning Theory and Technology from the University of Connecticut.