Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Tox-Sick - Book Review

You've probably heard it all before: there is stuff in our environment and food that is killing us and the only solution is to eliminate those harmful toxins and stop eating so much processed food.

Well, that's the gist of Tox-Sick by Suzanne Somers.

Yes, THAT Suzanne Somers.

No, she didn't suddenly become a doctor, but she's a cancer survivor who has been using natural remedies for years to prevent a recurrence of her cancer and keep herself and her family healthy. She's got tons of doctor relationships, and she interviews some of those doctors in this book to get their advice on how to keep our guts, brains, hearts, and thyroids healthy.

I'm not sure that I am going to go right out and get a coffee enema after reading this book or follow the book's advice to a T. But I do agree that today's society is over-saturated with harmful chemicals (that we've been told are not harmful) and processed foods. So eliminating more of the bad stuff is definitely a good tack to take.

I think if you do decide to go full throttle and follow this book's plan, you should do so under the advice of a doctor.

I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.

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