Pesticides, once ingested, get stored in the fats and stay in the body for a long time. Learn how to break them down to be eliminated.
Most of us eat commercially-grown fruits and vegetables that are laden with pesticides. If you can afford it, always go with organic.
Pesticides, once ingested, get stored in the fats and stay in the body for a long time until we do an extended detox fast and melt those fats.
EFFECTS OF PESTICIDES ON HUMAN HEALTH
Children are particularly vulnerable to the harmful effects of pesticides. Even very low levels of exposure during development may have adverse health effects.
Pesticide exposure can cause a range of neurological health effects such as memory loss, loss of coordination, reduced speed of response to stimuli, reduced visual ability, altered or uncontrollable mood and general behavior, and reduced motor skills.
These symptoms are often very subtle and may not be recognized by the medical community as a clinical effect. Other possible health effects include asthma, allergies, and hypersensitivity, and pesticide exposure is also linked with cancer, hormone disruption, and problems with reproduction and fetal development.
HOW TO BREAK DOWN PESTICIDES IN YOUR BODY
Short of an extended juice detox, a good way to break down these pesticides is by employing the “army” in our gut flora.
Feed the beneficial bacteria with the right foods that will strengthen and repopulate them … using FERMENTED (or CULTURED) food and beverage. A healthy gut flora will help to break down these pesticides.
In every culture, there is one or more fermented food and beverage that people use to keep their gut flora healthy.
Homemade is best. AVOID commercially-made ones as they are not only full of sodium, but also other artificial food additives!!
NATURAL SOURCES OF PREBIOTIC FOODS
There are also natural sources of PREbiotic foods that are foods for the beneficial bacteria. It is interesting to note that these prebiotic foods will help beneficial bacteria multiply rapidly and at the same time eliminate harmful bacteria.