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Graham/Bell Offer Free Intro to Detox Program

Mar 25, 2011 04:05PM

Dr. Alice Bell and Dr. Carolyn Graham

The Naturopathic Health Center, LLC, with locations in Shelton and Sandy Hook/Newtown, is hosting a free one-hour seminar introduction to their Ten-day Metabolic Detoxification Program on Tuesday, April 26, announce naturopaths Dr. Alice Bell and Dr. Carolyn Graham. Learn how the body eliminates toxins, how to improve the liver’s ability to detoxify and the benefits of detoxification. The detox program is scientifically designed and includes targeted nutrition, a modified elimination diet, simple exercise, and basic recommendations for stress management. Research suggests that many health problems may be associated with daily exposure to the chemicals found everywhere these days. Over time, the buildup of toxins in the body can be sickening. Detoxification, or cleansing, is the most exciting tool in natural medicine for its simplicity, low cost and superior therapeutic results, says the Center. “It’s actually fun and you feel an increase in energy and fewer bothersome symptoms almost immediately on this ten-day Program,” say the Center’s naturopaths. While we may have limited control over our environment, we have a great deal of control over our own bodies. By taking action now, we can start to feel re-energized soon.

The first eight participants will receive 25% off the Ten-day Metabolic Detoxification Program (a $110 value for $82.50). Discount expires April 15. Seminar will be held at 415 Howe Avenue, Ste. 307, Shelton, at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday April 26. To reserve, call the Naturopathic Health Center, LLC at 203..922.0029. NaturoHealthCenter.com.

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