In addition to avoiding or limiting your exposure to toxins, you need to focus on eating a healthy diet, preferably based on your personal nutritional needs to reap maximum overall health benefits.
- Eat foods that are natural, unprocessed, and organic- contain no sugar except for the occasional bit of honey or maple syrup.
- Eat foods that grow in your native environment. In other words, eat locally grown, seasonal foods.
- Eat unpasteurized dairy products (such as raw milk) and fermented foods.
- Eat at least one-third of your food raw.
- Make sure you eat enough healthy fats, including those from animal sources like omega-3 fat, and reduce your intake of omega-6 from vegetable oils.
Based on Weston A. Price Diet guidelines
Additionally, it’s important to understand that if you’re deficient in essential metals, your body will actually use toxic heavy metals as “stand-ins” instead.