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detoxification

[dē‚täk·sə·fə′kā ·shən]
(biochemistry)
The act or process of removing a poison or the toxic properties of a substance in the body.
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The SkinnyTeaUSA[TM] Cleansing Blend helps relieve bloating by detoxifying the gastrointestinal track and helping it move along accumulated biological waste material causing internal congestion and poor nutrient absorption.
Detoxifying stored metal toxicity, is important to prevent unnecessary health hazards with aging.
50) to smooth and tone, creamy gel Pedicure Salt Scrub and Soak (pounds 5), soap free Detoxifying Body Wash (pounds 5), and the non-drying Detoxifying and Firming Body Mask (pounds 6) are all available from a local Avon representative or order direct on (0845) 601-4040, www.
By centrally collecting the waste, containing the treatment to a specific area, adding nutrients at specific times in the process, and monitoring the resulting products, the detoxifying processes are confined, accelerated, and pushed toward completion more safely and consistently.
Scrub pounds 35, detoxifying wrap pounds 75, marine clay facial pounds 60
According to Dale, "Washing, detoxifying and adding nutrients back into the pretreated cellulose are three separate steps.
Botanical Laboratories, meanwhile, offers the Wellesse Rejuvenating Kit, a two-part detoxifying and replenishing program.
But the Detoxifying Algae Wrap is both quicker than most and far less messy.
Tokyo, Japan, Jan 24, 2006 - (JCN) - Kanebo, a leading Japanese cosmetics manufacturer, announced on January 23 that it has developed a method for detoxifying the body.
Specific herbs, pure food, water, and other natural elements, help the body's detoxifying systems to release these toxins.
CLAIMS: Detoxifying treatment helps boost your metabolism and speed up elimination of toxins.
This upstream insertion could affect how often the gene was transcribed, and thus the amount of a detoxifying enzyme produced.