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After The 4th of July Detox? Yes! A Powerhouse of a Protocol to Ward Off Pathogens, Carcinogens, and Toxins

Did we enjoy the burgers, hotdogs, corn drenched in butter (how else?), potato salad, and of course, ice cream?

The 4th of July was a glorious, sunny day in Seattle, WA, which means all Seattleites really loved every moment of the day, no complaining whatsoever (and we are known for complaining if the temp is not "the perfect 75") - we had picnics, get togethers, music, and fireworks. The perfect day. 

And yet, we do need to do detox -- why?

Recent research is showing that meat and meat products carry pathogens, that now are considered anti-microbial resistant (Almansour et al., 2023), carcinogens (Geng et al., 2024; Bulanda et al., 2024; Terrell & Hernandez, 2023), and toxins (Warmate & Onarinde, 2023). 

We need to get these bad influencers out of our system, and do so with ease and elegance.

A Good detox to ward off these pathogens, carcinogens, and toxins helps us get back (or create afresh) the equilibrium our body needs to function well, and in health.

We start with Garlic to clean up pathogens, carry out carcinogens, and boost immunity (Deepa & Sivakumar, 2023; Salaam et al., 2024; Farhat et al., 2024). 1-2 capsules a day.

Check out the articles we have written on garlic to understand how it will work in your body - it is a powerful antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-carcinogenic, and it gives a big boost to the immune system. 

The Glucosinolates & Sulforaphanes are a powerful support for your liver, kidneys, and immune system (Angeloni et al., 2009). They offer anti carcinogenic effect and inhibit formation of tumors (Cascajosa-Lira et al., 2024). The perfect adjunct to any detox protocol. 2 capsules before bed. 

Energy is necessary when we do a little detox since our body goes into a cleaning mode, and needs an extra oomph to do the myriad of activities and functions. Energy creates ATP which is necessary in every cell of the body. 1-2 capsules in the morning

And lastly, the No 7 Systemic Booster: The New Longevity. We call it defiantly powerful booster for a good reason, it has all the intelligence and exact nutrients your body needs. An uncompromisingly healthy drink, it is the formula that embraces all the other supplements in the protocol into a unifying and potent protocol. 1 teaspoon a day. 



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  • Almansour, A. M., Alhadlaq, M. A., Alzahrani, K. O., Mukhtar, L. E., Alharbi, A. L., & Alajel, S. M. (2023). The silent threat: antimicrobial-resistant pathogens in food-producing animals and their impact on public health. Microorganisms, 11(9), 2127.
  • Angeloni, C., Leoncini, E., Malaguti, M., Angelini, S., Hrelia, P., & Hrelia, S. (2009). Modulation of phase II enzymes by sulforaphane: implications for its cardioprotective potential. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry57(12), 5615-5622.
  • Bulanda, S., Lau, K., Nowak, A., Łyko-Morawska, D., Kotylak, A., & Janoszka, B. (2024). The Risk of Oral Cancer and the High Consumption of Thermally Processed Meat Containing Mutagenic and Carcinogenic Compounds. Nutrients, 16(7), 1084.
  • Cascajosa-Lira, A., Prieto, A. I., Pichardo, S., Jos, A., & Cameán, A. M. (2024). Protective effects of sulforaphane against toxic substances and contaminants: A systematic review. Phytomedicine, 155731.
  • Deepa, B., & Sivakumar, T. (2023). Screening of Phytochemicals and in vitro studies of Garlic: An Updated review. International Journal of Engineering Technology and Management Studies. 2023Jan-Feb7 (1-2), 6-11.
  • Farhat, Z., Scheving, T., Aga, D. S., Hershberger, P. A., Freudenheim, J. L., Hageman Blair, R., ... & Mu, L. (2023). Antioxidant and Antiproliferative Activities of Several Garlic Forms. Nutrients, 15(19), 4099.
  • Geng, Y., Xie, Y., Li, W., Ji, J., Chen, F., Liao, X., ... & Ma, L. (2024). Heterocyclic amines in meat and meat products: Occurrence, formation, mitigation, health risks and intervention. Food Reviews International, 40(5), 1503-1519.
  • Mor-Mur, M., & Yuste, J. (2010). Emerging bacterial pathogens in meat and poultry: an overview. Food and Bioprocess Technology, 3, 24-35. 
  • Nørrung, B., Andersen, J. K., & Buncic, S. (2009). Main concerns of pathogenic microorganisms in meat. Safety of meat and processed meat, 3-29.
  • Terrell, G. C., & Hernandez-Jover, M. (2023). Meat and meat products. In Food Safety Management (pp. 141-184). Academic Press.
  • Sallam, K. I., Raslan, M. T., Sabala, R. F., Abd-Elghany, S. M., Mahros, M. A., & Elshebrawy, H. A. (2024). Antimicrobial effect of garlic against foodborne pathogens in ground mutton. Food microbiology, 120, 104462.
  • Warmate, D., & Onarinde, B. A. (2023). Food safety incidents in the red meat industry: A review of foodborne disease outbreaks linked to the consumption of red meat and its products, 1991 to 2021. International Journal of Food Microbiology, 398, 110240.

Yours as always,


We have developed our products based on scientific research and/or the practical experience of many healthcare practitioners. There is a growing body of literature on food based nutrition and supplements and their application in support of our health. Please use our products under the advisement of your doctor.

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 This one paragraph in Kant's Enlightenment always makes me think: what is the limits of our abilities to express our opinions publicly? Remember, this was written in 1784!

"Nothing is required for this enlightenment, however, except freedom; and the freedom in question is the least harmful of all, namely, the freedom to use reason publicly in all matters. But on all sides I hear: “Do not argue!” The officer says, “Do not argue, drill!” The tax man says, “Do not argue, pay!” The pastor says, “Do not argue, believe!” (Only one ruler in the World says, “Argue as much as you want and about what you want, but obey!”) In this we have examples of pervasive restrictions on freedom. But which restriction hinders enlightenment and which does not, but instead actually advances it? I reply: The public use of one’s reason must always be free, and it alone can bring about enlightenment among mankind; the private use of reason may, however, often be very narrowly restricted, without otherwise hindering the progress of enlightenment."

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