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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- What kind of toxins are we exposed to everyday and how can we avoid them? Dr. Aaron Arfstrom with Apex Chiropractic sat down with Tyler Mickelson to talk more about toxins. Their question and answer session is below, and to hear more watch the video above. The workshop Dr. Arfstrom references is happening Tuesday, Jan. 16th @ 6:15pm at the Apex office.


Who is affected by toxins?

Dr. Aaron Arfstrom, "Everybody, toxins are everywhere, in our society we are never going to be able to completely avoid some level of toxicity so we are all negatively affected by them and a majority of the people I talk to have some type of concern about toxicity issues. The good news is that there are simple things we can do to minimize our exposure."

What do we do in order decrease the amount of toxins we are exposed to?

Dr. Aaron Arfstrom, "That's exactly what I'm going to be covering at our upcoming workshop! Simple changes/switches we all can make with things like personal care products, hygiene products, household cleaners, candle/scents...all the way down to what we put into our bodies through our food supply."

So if we've been exposed to all these potentially dangerous toxins how do we safely get them out of bodies?

Dr. Aaron Arfstrom, "The key word here is SAFELY! I think most people are little freaked out by detoxing. Some think they're going to need to run to the bathroom every hour, which should NOT occur if you're supporting your bodies natural detoxification processes, which is exactly what we show you how to do."

How do people get registered for this event?

Dr. Aaron Arfstrom, "Give us a call as we have limited seating available!"

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