Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Tox-Sick by Suzanne Somers

"Tox-Sick: From Toxic to not Sick" by Suzanne Somers, is a comprehensive look at all of the toxic pollutants,  additives, preservatives and genetically modified foods that bombard us every day. There are six major toxic threats that we as consumers should be concerned about: Plastics & other chemicals, the low-fat food movement & processed, sugar-filled foods, toxic mold, overuse of pills, GMO's (Genetically Modified Organisms), and EMF's (Electric and Magnetic Fields) and cell phones.

Eliminating a number of these threats can really have a tremendous effect on your health. You can avoid cancer, food allergies, ADHD and even unexplained weight gain. It's time for Americans to take their health much more seriously.

Part 1 of this book focuses mainly on what is making us so tox-sick. Part 2 describes how to "bulletproof"
your body and home, and Part 3 is instrumental in learning how to detox your life and body.

What I really enjoyed about this book is that I really feel that Suzanne did her research. Her book includes expert advice from six professionals who are environmental, cardiology, endocrine and oncology doctors. "Tox-Sick" has a wealth of information if you are looking to eliminate serious toxins from your everyday life. However, it is a lot to take in. This isn't a book you can just pick up to read. You really need to devote some time, and perhaps even take notes or highlight what you deem important.

I rate this book as 4 stars. I received this book for free from Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion.

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