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Full Body Drainage and Detox Program

The Full Body Drainage and Detox Program consists of a number of detoxification methods that are essential in the 21st century because pollutants are pervasive in our environment. Hence, there is an overwhelming need to get the toxins out of your body and keep them out in the future.

Body Basics

Toxins in our Bodies

Toxins are substances that the body cannot use or process. Our immune system treats them as foreign invaders and our liver shunts them out for storage elsewhere in the body. As a result they are stored in and cause harm to our cells, tissues, and organs, and interfere with normal bodily functions.

In addition, it is important that the body be able to release its toxins to remain healthy. Toxins stored in the body cause symptoms of cellular malfunction that over time lead to chronic disease.

Program Description

The full body drainage and detox program is divided into three phases and six appointments that span 6 months in total. The phases are outlined in the sections that follow.

Phase 1: Stabilization of the System: 60 Days: This is the preferred approach by many practitioners these days who use it as a preparation step to stabilize the body before entering into phases 2 and 3. This stabilization step involves:

  • gut recovery,
  • nutrient absorption,
  • colon cleansing, and
  • microbiome balancing,

as well as support for your mitochondria, adequate sleep, and stress reduction since all three are needed for proper energy production. Other practitioners define it as gently cleansing the blood circulation and digestive system first, which prevents the discomfort many people experience when trying to cleanse incorrectly or too quickly. By draining toxins from the colon, and blood as a first step, you prevent re-absorption into the general circulation through the digestive system. Either way, you are making room for the body's natural processes of drainage and detoxification to occur successfully during phases 2 and 3 below, as well as supporting energy production in the body since detoxification is a very energy intensive process, in and of itself.

There is an old saying that "Death begins in the colon." Although an oversimplification, the road to health begins with intestinal cleansing and colon detoxification, no matter what the disease or problem. We are talking about enhancing every function from your mouth to your anus, including:

  1. digestion,
  2. nutrient transfer,
  3. waste processing,
  4. metabolic functions, and 
  5. toxin elimination.

For the entire program to work, you must do a thorough colon cleanse before a liver detox or you risk having major toxins being pushed back into the bloodstream through the wall of your colon, since your drain pipe is likely plugged up. So, the stabilization phase of the program is mandatory.  

Phase 2: Drainage of the Pipes and Filters: 60 Days: Drainage usually refers to the process of clearing out the four primary exit channels of elimination in the body, namely the colon, kidneys, lungs, and skin. However, we like to consider it as cleaning out the pipes and filters including;

  • Colon pipe waste removal, revisit,
  • Lymphatic system flush,
  • Liver filter cleaning,  
  • Gallbladder duct cleaning,
  • Kidney filter cleaning,
  • Arterial wall plaque removal

then getting the flows going again including:

  • Digestive tract, revisit, feces discharge is regular
  • Lymphatic flow is efficient
  • Urine, peeing a lot
  • Gallbladder, good bile flow 
  • Blood flow and circulation is normal 
  • Lungs, breathing properly
  • Skin, should now be sweating more

This is a somewhat deeper approach since one cannot do anything at the cellular level if the terrain that surrounds the tissue is congested and suffocating with toxic debris and the flows in the pipes and filters are restricted due to a deposit and buildup on their surfaces. After these exit channels are cleansed and cleared, one can proceed to a deeper detoxification in phase 3. So in this sense, especially for beginners new to detoxification, and in need of a full-body detox, it is the second methodology to follow before moving on to a deeper, cellular detoxification. 

Note: Kidney Cleaning and Gallbladder Prep: Paramount to good care of the kidneys is reducing the toxic load they have to deal with, especially excess proteins and chemical contaminants, which can build up in the kidneys, slowing their function, increasing acidity, and raising blood pressure. However, the other important reason for doing a kidney detox in this program is that it softens gallstones, making the upcoming liver detox much easier. 

Phase 3: Removal of Contaminants at the Cellular Level: 60 Days: This refers to the process of removing toxins from inside the cellular and tissue environment to outside of the body. Here, we are dealing with:

  1. Harmful organism cleansing, gentle approach to parasites, as needed
  2. Environmental chemical cleaning, especially fat-soluble toxins, and
  3. Heavy metal removal, dislodging and binding, as needed.

Heavy Metal Cleanse: This phase also includes a heavy metal cleanse. Many health ailments such as headaches, exhaustion, and muscle cramps are coming from heavy metal toxicity. It has been implicated in everything from increased risk of Alzheimer's and cardiovascular disease to mental retardation and cancer. And, with today's environmental pollutants, everyone around the globe is at risk.

Note: Liver Detox: The program needs to provide support for the body's innate detoxification pathways, namely the liver, gallbladder, and colon, as well as the kidneys and lymphatics. However, it can also include support for Phase I and Phase II detoxification processes that take place inside the liver because the liver is your main organ of detoxification. The liver is so important to our well-being that many healers maintain that most diseases cannot develop in the body and no form of cell degeneration can occur if the liver is functioning in an efficient, healthy manner. Liver problems can result in digestive issues, constipation, low energy, allergies, arthritis, diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and infertility. For these reasons, it is important to do a liver detox when trying to accomplish a full body cleanse. It is the most difficult part of the entire program, but one of the most essential. 

Food, toxins, and lifestyle factors that harm the liver include:

  • too much animal protein in the diet,
  • too many refined sugar and refined flour products,
  • too many bad and/or rancid fats in the diet,
  • overeating,
  • drug residues from prescribed, over-the-counter, and elicit sources,
  • excess alcohol consumption,
  • too many artificial additives from processed foods, 
  • too many growth hormones and antibiotics from commercial meats,
  • heavy metals from various sources,
  • too many pesticides from the food supply,
  • lack of exercise, and
  • more.

"Every disease is caused by one or more nutritional deficiencies and/or by one or more cellular toxicities from the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the foods we eat. You are in control. Take responsibility now. Get the toxins out and keep them out. " by Mr. Prevention

Program Benefits

With the help of the full body drainage and detox program, he or she will be able to:

  • Get rid of his/her existing, lingering toxic burden.
  • Learn how to keep toxins out of the body in the future.
  • Rebuild health and efficiency in the elimination system, including the colon, kidneys, lungs, and skin.
  • Return stability and effectiveness to the detoxification system, including the liver, gallbladder, and kidneys, as well as the pancreas and blood.
  • Know how to expel toxins that do get into the body, by way of seasonal drainage of the elimination and detoxification systems.
  • Understand what the natural, whole foods way and regular cleansing can do for them on a weekly basis. 

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Program Prerequisites

1. Ideally, you should be in a good physical and mental condition with a body that is functioning normally with balanced nervous and endocrine systems, as well as a strong immune system.

2. However, the above is an ideal situation. Normally, you might have a number of issues including digestive problems along with sluggish elimination. In addition, the practitioner must be aware of the roll of the nervous, endocrine, and immune systems in poor elimination, drainage, and detoxification. If these systems are out of balance or not functioning properly, they will have a direct bearing on and adversely affect digestion and elimination.

3. People with one or more current, degenerative diseases will not be able to enter into the program. These include lung disorders, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.

4. Clients with conditions, ailments, and other minor afflictions will be allowed into the program, at the discretion of the practitioner.

Program Cost

Across Canada

The cost of the Full Body Drainage and Detox program is $720.00*. This amount can be paid in three equal installments of $240.00. The first installment is due one week prior to the start of the program. Refer to Step 2: Paying for your Program below for the details.

*This price is in effect as of June 1st, 2024 and is subject to change without prior notification. Handouts are included, but the detox kits and supplies for all three phases are extra, as needed. HST is included in the above price.

How do I get started?

Signing up and paying for the program is a two-step process as shown below.

Step 1: Register for the Full Body Drainage and Detox Program below ...

To get the toxins out and keep them out in the future, sign-up for the program by filling out the registration form below. Jim Safianuk will get back to you within two business days.

Jim is a health scientist and an IONC-registered holistic nutritionist (ROHP) who specializes in the design and development of stabilization, drainage, and detoxification programs for adults between the ages of 25 and 65 plus.

The Full Body Drainage and Detox Program will take place in the comforts of your own home. It has often been said that superior health begins and ends in the home. This is particularly true of a drainage and detox program. The program is most effective when done in your home because this is where it will be maintained on a continual basis.

Register for your Program

Please note that all fields followed by an asterisk must be filled in.

Step 2: Paying for your Program

The First Installment

After Jim contacts you by phone or e-mail and you have agreed on a start date and time, then you need to come back here and pay for your first installment. The first installment is due one week prior to the start of the program.

Let's say your communication with Jim was on January 1st, 2024 and you agreed to go ahead with the program. The start date was set for January 15th, 2024. You would need to pay for the first installment by January 8th. In this way, we can be sure that you are fully committed to the program upfront, before we start.

The Second and  Third Installments

Following along with the above example, the second and third installments would then be due on March 8th and May 8th, respectively, or 2 months apart. 

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