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Is there a relationship between adrenal fatigue and detoxification? Here’s a better question: are the same stressors that are creating your adrenal fatigue making you toxic?
In this edition of your adrenal fix, I interview Dr. Kelly Halderman, to get the answers to those question.
Kelly and I discuss how stressors from the environment along with your genetic susceptibilities can create the perfect storm. The best way to explain this is to discuss the nutrient glutathione.
Glutathione is the body’s major antioxidant. As you probably already know, your body makes glutathione in order to reduce inflammation. Another word for inflammation in your body is called free radicals, or reactive oxidative species.
That is where the environment fits into the picture. Every day, your body is exposed to an infinite number of toxins, pathogen, and chemicals that will create free radicals in the body.
But that is not the only reason why your body makes glutathione. Glutathione is also needed to remove toxins, protect against B12 oxidation, and supporting your immune function.
Here’s the thing, you may have a genetic weakness in your ability to continually make glutathione.
Do you try glutathione, and feel worse with it?
Tried detoxification with different supplements, one after the next, only to have a bad reaction, and take several steps backward?
In this edition of Your Adrenal Fix, learn about how detoxification, specifically phase 2.5 is probably not working properly.
The amazing part about that is, it’s the same things that create your adrenal fatigue.
Once you understand that, then you will be able to design a customized recovery program.
When you listen you’ll discover…
- Why is not only about MTHFR
- What other genes SNP’s make you susceptible for being a bad detoxer
- What supplements you can take to help detoxification,
- How to go about designing your own personal recovery program.
Be sure to check out Dr. Kelly’s part 1 version of Adrenal Fatigue and Detoxification.