The first thing that comes to mind when we hear the word “Detox” is some type of cleansing. It’s usually a juice for a liver detox or colon cleanse. The concept is to cause the body to flush out toxins. There are different types of toxins. Anything you ingest has the potential for toxins and we are aware of environmental toxins. The truth is your body is ALWAYS working to remove toxins of all kinds by default. But how does that work and how do you go about doing it?
My guest is Bridgit Danner, a certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition practitioner. She shares her own journey with detox after experiencing environmental toxins and we discuss how to help your body release toxins…taking out the garbage.
Bridgit Danner has been a licensed acupuncturist since 2004 and a certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition practitioner since 2015. She ran a busy, integrative medicine clinic for ten years and has done over 12,000 treatments in her career. After losing everything to toxic mold, Bridgit now educates about toxins on how to detoxify with a functional healthcare approach through her online community at bridgitdanner.com. She also offers functional lab testing and practitioner-grade supplements through her shop, HormoneDetoxShop.com.
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