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    Tissue Cleansing as the Foundation for Anti-aging Therapy

    September 9, 1999


    Dr. James E. Williams

According to Eastern medicine and traditional naturopathy, the first step in a

    comprehensive rejuvenation or anti-aging program is tissue cleansing. More often

    referred to as “detoxification” in current times, cleansing programs are vital for health

    and longevity. My rule of thumb is 25% cleansing and 75% rebuilding. However, that

    first 25% must be preformed effectively. Also, you may need to do several cleanse or

    detox regimes over a period of time to obtain the best results.

The key to modern detoxification is to focus on the liver, and secondly on the colon.

    Symptoms of liver toxicity and reduced liver function include allergies, difficulty losing

    weight, difficulty when using hormone therapy, nausea, constipation, fatigue, and

    headaches, to name a few of the more common ones.

Liver detoxification begins with elimination of all refined sugars from the diet. Also,

    eliminate alcohol, caffeine, and spicy foods. Do not eat any fried, greasy, or oily foods,

    and avoid all dairy products. Secondly, take lipotrophic supplements. These are

    substances that improve liver function, and include herbs, amino acids, and vitamins,

    such as dandelion, black radish seed, taurine, and B vitamins. There are other more

    specialized supplements, such as glutathione, that are also very useful. In addition, liver

    protective herbs should be taken daily for at least three months. The most commonly

    used one is milk thistle. Drink 8-12 glasses of water of herbal tea daily.

This general cleansing regime should be followed from one to three months. Modified

    fasting may be performed after the toxic burden has been removed from the liver. I

    recommend the use of a medical food product called UltraClear Plus as part of this stage

    of liver detoxification. This product may be obtained through your doctor. A course of

    treatment may last from two weeks to several months. I recommend that a physician

    trained in natural therapies and functional medicine should monitor this more intensive

    stage. Before you begin, heart, liver, and gall bladder disease should be evaluated.

Recommended Reading:

All books by Dr. Bernard Jensen. He is the master in detoxification therapies. Also, The

    Liver Cleansing Diet, by Dr. Sandra Cabot, an Australian gynecologist and natural

    therapies expert. For information on the UltaClear formulas, read The Twenty Day

    Rejuvenation Program, by Jeffrey Bland, Ph.D.

You may contact Dr. Williams for further information on his programs and

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