Protecting oneself sustainably against chronic poisoning.
The modern world sees people exposed to a wide range of different toxins. In the air and in the ground, in our food, at work and in our free time, but at home as well – usually only in minute doses, but these can have serious consequences for our health over time. Exposure varies from person to person, and an individual’s ability to break down and excrete environmental toxins is just as unique as the respective tendency to accumulate toxins in the body.
Environmental toxins at a glance:
Heavy metals such as mercury, lead, arsenic, etc.
- Agricultural toxins such as insecticides and herbicides
- Household toxins such as formaldehyde and glue vapours
- Radiation such as UV and nuclear radiation
Here at INTEGRA, we utilise the latest findings in environmental medicine, employ state-of-the-art and special diagnostics procedures and develop customised therapies for the prevention and treatment of diseases and conditions caused by environmental factors.