« on: May 26, 2012, 03:45:59 am »
In chronic illness circles you often hear about things like genetic glitches, issues with sulfation, methylation, etc. Basically, your organs (primarily liver) can't detoxify effectively. Some say it is a genetics problem (I have my doubts). Anyways, they usually treat it with things like b12, folate, etc. Does anybody know much about this topic? My intuition tells me that in most cases it is just a gunked up liver/kidneys/colon that can no longer process toxins like it should and doesn't have the right nutrients to help get it moving again. Eating good quality foods including beets, dandelion, raw liver, raw eggs yolk, and a wide variety of other fruits, vegetables, and meats should do the trick, no?