Feeling sluggish? Tired? Digestive problems? Can’t seem to shed those extra kilos from winter? It could be time for a detox – just in time for the warmer months!
Gabie comes from the country town of Dubbo which is about 5 hours north west of Sydney.
Her passion for chiropractic comes from many years of interest in health and the human body as well as
personal experiences with chiropractic treatment. She has a passion for health and the benefits that
chiropractic has on the body. Gabie has attended courses in Thompson Technique and Dry Needling to help
expand her knowledge within the field.
The idea of a detox is to cleanse the body of toxins by eliminating foods, alcohol, smoking and caffeine and increasing intake of fresh foods and vegetables and water intake, as well as the possibility of including some supplements for a set period of time. Often a detox can lead to increased energy and quick weight loss.
Toxins are agents that can potentially cause harm to the body, such as pollution, cigarette smoke, viral or bacterial infections. Advocates for detoxing diets recommended periodic detox cleansing to flush toxins from the body that if left in the body can accumulate and cause health problems such as headaches, sluggishness and some chronic diseases.
The body does already have systems in place that can help protect us against potentially harmful substances. The purpose of any detox plan is to take the load off the organs that detoxify the body, liver, kidneys and bowel – while at the same time supporting and improving their performance.
*This information serves as educational purposes only. Consult your doctor or health practitioner before using any health treatment. Detoxing is not recommended for pregnant, breastfeeding, elderly or those with high blood pressure, underweight or chronic degenerative conditions.
2/274 Pennant Hills Rd, Thornleigh, NSW, 2120
We're located on the corner of Pennant Hills Rd and Railway Pde with the entrance just round the corner on Railway Pde. It's a 3min walk from the door of the train at Thornleigh station or an equally short walk over the foot bridge from Aldi.