Heavy Metal Detox

Heavy metals can enter our bodies through various means such as contaminated water, food, air, cosmetics and cookware. Due to our present lifestyle and frequency of exposure, heavy metals accumulate in tissues and organs at a fast rate, leading to a range of health issues including neurological disorders, cardiovascular diseases, and kidney damage.

Urine testing is commonly used to assess heavy metal levels in the body. This testing can identify specific heavy metals and their concentrations, helping to determine the extent of exposure and potential health risks.

Chelation therapy is a process used to remove heavy metals from the body. It involves the administration of chelating agents, which bind to the metals and facilitate their excretion through urine. Nutrients and supplements can support this process by acting as antioxidants and binders to pull heavy metals out during the chelation treatment.

Lifestyle changes, such as avoiding exposure to sources of heavy metals, maintaining a healthy diet rich in antioxidants, and staying hydrated, can also help reduce the body’s burden of heavy metals.

If we allow the bucket to overflow, we create an environment for disease to flourish.

Is NAD IV therapy safe?

NAD IV therapy is generally safe and well-tolerated. However, as with any medical treatment, there are some potential side effects, such as nausea, headache, and flushing. It is important to discuss any concerns you may have with your healthcare provider before starting NAD IV therapy and inform them of any medications you may be using. Talk to your doctor about receiving NAD therapy if you have been diagnosed with a pheochromocytoma or cancers in the past.