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Sweat Detoxification

Excerpts from:

Warming Up To Far Infrared

Alternative Medicine, Issue 39 / January 2001

 

"the biggest news in FIR [Far-InfraRed] technology is its application to the evolving science of detoxification"

D.J.Fletcher

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Health Status of Rescue Workers Improved by Sauna  Detoxification Townsend Letter for Doctors, April 2006 #273

 

"The number of individuals (more than 500) who have achieved the rehabilitative goals of sauna detoxification therapy restoring quality of life and job fitness is significant"

 

Marie A. Cecchini, MS; David E. Root MD, MPH;  Jeremie R. Rachunow, MD; and Phyllis M. Gelb, MD

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A Detoxification Program for WTC responders.

Fire Engineering, June 2003

 

"We've had very encouraging results"

David E. Root MD MPH

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Components of Practical Clinical Detox Programs. Sauna as a Therapeutic Tool

 

"Numerous compounds are released in             the sweat"

Walter Crinnion ND

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Heavy Metal Detox: Why Sweating May Protect the Kidneys.

Will dry sauna prove the safest and best method for most people?

 

"dry sauna may provide the safest, best and most economical therapy by far, for most people"

John T.A. Ely, Ph.D

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Methamphetamine exposure and chronic illness in police officers, significant improvement with sauna-based detoxification therapy.

 

"utilizing sauna and nutritional therapy may alleviate chronic symptoms appearing after chemical exposures"

Utah Meth Cops Project, Published in Toxicology and Industrial Health.

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Archives of Environmental and Contamination Blood, urine, and sweat (BUS) study: monitoring and elimination of bio accumulated toxic elements.

 

"Many toxic elements appeared to be preferentially excreted through sweat."

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Human excretion of bisphenol A: blood, urine, and sweat (BUS) study Journal of Environmental and Public Health 2012.

 

"Sweat analysis should be considered as an additional method for monitoring bioaccumulation of BPA in humans"

 

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Human elimination of phthalate compounds: blood, urine, and sweat (BUS) study.

 

"Induced perspiration may be useful to facilitate elimination of some potentially toxic phthalate compounds"

Scientific World Journal. 2012

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