Barbara Bell-King has the name that should be in lights! Regardless, she is elated at her results after finishing her 35-Day Detox program. Just prior to starting her program, she made the call to quit smoking. Barbara was ready for a transformation, and she got one.
“I was a mess. I’m just being honest,” said Barbara, who is a medical bill coder at a physician’s office. “I was tired all the time. I was sluggish and bloated. My hormones were all out of whack. My bowel was irregular.”
She added: “At that time, I was going through hot flashes and I’m not going through that anymore. They’ve resolved,” she said. “I had no energy. None. Now, I sleep all night. I used to wake up 2-3 times. I wake up now; I have a lot of energy. My attitude has changed – I used to be really cranky.”
Today, Barbara said she feels “wonderful.. I can’t believe it.” Before starting the program her energy level was a 4 on a scale of 1 to 10. Now, it’s a 15, she said. “The bloating is gone. My hormones are good. My bowel is regular from once a day to four times a day.”
Barbara said within a week, she noticed major changes. “My husband thanks you too… This program kept me grounded. You just have this personality that you care and do whatever you can to help your clients,” she said.
She would recommend this program to others. “My skin cleared, hair got healthier and longer. My hair dresser is like what are you doing. I’m like I’m doing this detox,” she said, laughing.
“You have to come in here and experience it. I feel younger. I feel 25, and I’m 47. I feel like I could do a marathon,” Barbara said.
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Toxicity from Cigarettes
Barbara said she could feel the cigarette toxicity in her body, too. She smoked non-menthol cigarettes – half a pack a day. Our 35-Day Program gave her the boost she needed to “kick cigarettes once and for all.”
Cancer causing chemicals in tobacco smoke include:
- Vinyl chloride
- Ethylene oxide
Toxic chemicals in tobacco smoke include:
- Nicotine – The addictive agent in tobacco smoke
- Formaldehyde – Used in preservation of laboratory specimens
- Ammonia – Used in toilet cleaner
- Hydrogen Cyanide – Used in rat poison
- Acetone – Used in nail polish remover
- Carbon monoxide – Found in car exhaust
- Tar – Particulate matter in cigarette smoke
- Toluene – Found in paint thinners
- Phenol – Used in fertilizers
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