Dr. Cathy


What are Toxins?

Toxins are substances the body cannot use or process that are subsequently stored in our cells. Toxins cause harm to the body cells, organs, and interfere with normal physiological functions. There are two types -- Exogenous toxins and Endogenous toxins. Exogenous toxins come from outside sources and are generally inhaled or ingested. Endogenous toxins come from inside the body as a result of a loss in the homeostatic defense systems of the body.

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