Biotoxins : Supporting Removal via Intrinsic Pathways
The human body has evolved intrinsic mechanisms for the removal of toxicants from the body. Where medical advances have not provided effective therapies for biotoxin-related illness such as disease caused by typhoid toxins, mycotoxins, quinolinic acid from Lyme disease, and gangrene caused by three known staphylococcal toxins, pathophysiologic research and clinical experience suggest that patient improvement can occur when the body’s intrinsic detoxication pathways are therapeutically activated. Nutrient depletion and epigenetic changes caused by exposures to toxins and trauma compromise one’s ability to detoxify in general. This chapter premises how the body’s natural detoxication mechanisms can be enhanced.