As we mentioned in previous articles we know that the American diet contains high saturated fat, trans fat, and other harmful substances such as sugar, caffeine, pesticides, additive substances, and less in fruits and vegetables. These types of harmful substances are toxic. Our body's detoxifying functions try to get rid of them everyday, when they fail it causes a disruption of hormone production, damaging our body's detoxification organs and weakening our immune system resulting in hormone imbalance and many chronic illness consequently. In this article, we will discuss symptoms of body toxins.
In fact, our body toxins are removed by some vital organs such as the liver, kidney and skin. If one of these organs start to malfunction, others must take the toxins and remove them. In many case our body cannot completely remove all the toxins causing accumulation of toxic substances in our body resulting in chronic illness.
The liver plays a major role in metabolism, it has a number of functions in the body. It also is among the few internal human organs capable of natural regeneration of lost tissue. Liver has a vital function in removing toxins in our body. Overdose of medication, vitamin A and other substances damages the normal function.
Symptoms of a weakened liver includes:
b) Pale or Brittle nails
c) Unable to sleep
d) Bitter taste in the mouth
e) Limited muscle flexibility
Works together with the Liver in removing toxins from our diet including overdose of medication through urinary extraction. The kidneys also make hormones that control blood pressure, bone maintenance, and the production of red blood cells. Most cases of kidney disease are caused by high blood pressure, kidney inflammation and hardening of arterial walls. Symptoms of a weakened kidney includes:
a) Sexual dysfunction
b) Mental retardation
c) Low grade back pain
d) Weakness of knee and leg
e) Frequent urination
Skin is the largest organ of the integumentary system made up of multiple layers of epithelial tissues. It also is the third system helping to remove toxins from our body, if the liver and kidney cannot completely remove them. Symptoms of toxic skin include:
a) Skin rashes caused by vitiligo and psoriasis
b) Red, itchy rash
d) Temporary disability
Intestine includes 2 parts
*the small intestine is further subdivided into the doudenum, jejunum and ileum. it helps to digest materials passing through and from where nutrients are absorbed.
* the large intestine is subdivided into the cecum and colo. It helps to absorb water from digested material and any nutrients that may have escaped primary digestion in the ileum.
Symptoms of dysfunction of the intestine include:
a) Abdominal pain
b) Peripheral vision losses, night vision losses
c) Weight loss
d) Upset stomach, fever, earache, headache
e) Bowel obstruction
f) Muscle spasms and cramps
The colon is the last portion of the digestive system. It helps to extract water and salt from solid waste before eliminating them from the body. Symptoms of a malfunctioning colon include:
a) Memory loss
b) Inability to concentrate and confusion
c) Joint pain
d) Weakening the colon's ability to properly eliminate all the waste materials
f) Autointoxication or self-poisoning.
If the liver, kidney and skin cannot completely remove toxins, then they remain in the bloodstream causing blood to thicken, and become sticky and clotted resulting in inflammation of blood vessels and buildup of plaque. Symptoms of poisoned blood include:
c) Black Stew
d) Black skin
The lung is the essential respiration organ. It helps to transport oxygen into the bloodstream, and to release carbon dioxide from the bloodstream into the atmosphere. Symptoms of a weakened lung include:
a) Build-up of mucus
b) Irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, lips and tongue
c) Blockage of air way
d) Sudden illness
e) Chronic cough
f) Tiredness or depression
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