Breast Illness Detox and Healing Phase 1

Where you start to detox all depends on where you’re at in your journey.
In Chinese medicine they believe the liver is the “angry organ” of your liver is toxic then you could feel angry along with many other emotions that make it hard to feel yourself. If you would like more info check out our Facebook community Breast Implant Illness Detox and Healing. 
Many suffering from Bii or healing from Bii have gone through many tests trying to figure out why they are suffering. For me personally this was very helpful to decide where to start detoxing. Every persons detoxing symptoms and detoxing needs will be different. Here I will lay out some natural ideas and suggestions for detoxing different symptoms and issues.
After explant majority of symptoms often dissipate. However we are often still left with residual toxins including anesthesia that will need to be detoxed. The body may or may not do this on its own. Many suffering the most with BII symptoms have a gene mutation known as MTHFR. One school of thought believes its an imbalance due to a lack of riboflavin. There are many variance to this gene mutation. They all share a similar characteristic, which is the body cannot use some synthetic forms of B vitamins specifically B 12 and folic acid. A methylated form of B vitamins can significantly help your detoxification process as well as mood/depression issues. After trial and error I have my favorite brands… many are found on Amazon! I am happy to share!
Detoxing your liver AFTER explant is HUGE. Easy ways to start detoxing the liver?
Hot water and lemon in the morning before anything else. Sounds simple but it’s very helpful!
Beet supplements. Organic beets in fresh juices. I use a beet complex. Taking beets before you sweat or do a workout or sauna, helps soften the liver and will help to detoxify more. Make sure you are drinking at least a gallon of water a day during detox this keeps the toxins moving through the system. Detoxifying is a process and you may experience nausea, headaches or other side effects.  Some people even get “flare ups”, rashes, light sensitivity and fatigue during this time or other strange side effects.
Glutathione. This is particularly important for those who have MTHFR. Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that’s made in the body’s cells. Its levels decrease as a result of aging, stress, and toxin exposure. Boosting glutathione may provide many health benefits, including reduction of oxidative stress
NAC is another supplement can help reduce damage to the kidneys and liver which is huge for anyone who has dealt with BII. For me, I had to wait to start the glutathione and NAC until I started with beets and lemon. They were a bit “too much” at first. I built up a gradient to detox. Starting slowly was key for me. You will need to constantly check in with yourself to make sure things are working for you, since everyone is different there is no one fix that works for everyone.
Here is a quick video about MTHFR: LINK

Preview YouTube video What Is MTHFR…in simple terms!

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