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Feeling sluggish? Have you noticed a change in your health recently? Do you know how many toxins you’re exposed to before you even leave your house in the morning? And could these toxins be taking up real estate in your body?
Meet Dr. Stephen Cabral
Dr. Stephen Cabral developed his passion for health & wellness after going
through severe health complications at the age of 17. He saw over 50 different doctors but still saw no hope of recovery. Until he met an “alternative” health doctor, who explained where his health complications came from and how he could become well again. That he began his recovery process. It was at this young age that Dr. Cabral knew his life would be dedicated to helping others rebalance their bodies and renew their health.
This led Dr. Cabral to study in the US, completing doctoral intern work overseas, studying with the top doctors, hospitals, and clinics in India, Sri Lanka, China, and Europe. Studying abroad helped Dr. Cabral to develop a completely unique integrative perspective which now allows him to truly uncover the root cause of many elusive health conditions.
In This Podcast
- Toxins in the body
- Toxins in your home
- The Rain Barrel Effect
Toxins in the body
“Health is not the absence of disease, Health is feeling energy, efficient, drive, and being the right body weight.”
Most toxins enter your body through your mouth. The liver then filters most of those toxins and they expel via urine or stool. However, the liver wasn’t made to filter man made chemicals. Most importantly, if you’re inhaling those toxins it’s even worse because your lungs directly feed your bloodstream. For example, chlorine, we inhale it through the steam in our shower, it then goes into our lungs and after that it’s going right into our blood. Or, are you having at least one bowel movement a day? No? Constipation will potentially cause reabsorption of those toxins your body is trying to get rid of. Sweating is one way to help your liver get those toxins out. That and keeping your liver healthy.
Toxins in your home
Where to start…
“The average woman is exposed to 126 toxins before she leaves her house. Half of which are cancer causing”
- Fruit- If you can’t buy organic, stick to fruits you can peel like bananas or oranges. Non-organic strawberries for example, you should probably stay away from. You can’t wash off the strong pesticides they’re sprayed with because they are absorbed into the fruit.
- Fluoride- Fluoride was never meant to be swallowed. In fact, it was created to fight Graves Disease and lowers thyroid function.
- Aluminum- It’s the most found toxin in the human body. And it’s from cooking with aluminum pans or foil. Little bits come off and we consume it. Try sticking to cast iron or stainless steel.
- Bug spray- The worst one of all. Do not use it on children, there are alternatives. Bug spray is the most neurologically damaging thing that we spray on our bodies. It literally shuts down an insects nervous system and is very damaging over time.
The Rain Barrel Effect
In Dr. Cabral’s book The Rain Barrel Effect he explains in more depth how to stay away from many different toxins, where they are found and what you can do to better filter some out. You’ll also learn about his 8 de-stress protocols including diet, exercise, stress reduction, toxin removal, sleep, emotional balance, scientifically proven nutritional supplements and success mindset.
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Melissa Vogel is an energetic keynote speaker, business owner, certified personal trainer, certified group fitness instructor, 1st degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do, a mother of three, and a podcaster.
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