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Free I-Phone/Pad/Android Application alerts consumers to dangerous toxin levels

In the helter-skelter world of ever evolving technology in which we now live, it appears that people have little time to devote to health and well being and obesity rates are ever increasing. It seems the only way to get information across to the public is via mobile devices. Cisco’s “Visual Networking Index (VNI) Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update” is one of the more fascinating data-filled reports you’ll read this year.And, in one of the report’s more telling figures, the number of mobile-connected devices will exceed the number of people on earth by the end of 2012. By 2016, there will be 1.4 mobile devices per capita. That year, there will be over 10 billion mobile-connected devices.Smartphones are growing in popularity and usage, too, as indicated by the increases in the group’s data traffic demands. In 2011, the average smartphone usage nearly tripled, up from 55 MB/month last year to 150 MB/month today. By 2012, over 100 million smartphone users will be using over 1 GB/month of data. And by 2016, the monthly global smartphone data traffic will pass 10 exabytes per month, with the average smartphone generating 2.6 GB/month, a 17-fold increase from 2011′s average.

The growth in mobile Tablets in the next four years will be exponential with usage figures increasing TEN FOLD in the next four years.

So we are left with no choice if we want to educate the public to the dangers of toxins then we must go MOBILE.

A new I Phone App  that provides a quick questionnaire and results that allow individuals to constantly keep updated on their toxin levels and on-going advice on various methods to limit exposure and reduce toxin levels.

Consumers can download the App at  (I Phone)    ( Android) (I-Pad)

The App is available for any business that offers a Detox product or service by way of a  commercial license for a nominal fee.

Details of the App are available from  My Toxin Level Email them!

You will need to include your business name and Post Code as I believe they are limiting use to one Business per postal or Zip Code.

It is quite alarming at how the vast majority of us are blissfully unaware of the amount of toxins we are exposed to on a daily basis and the significant effect it is having on our health and drug dependency. The  public seem to accept it as the norm to rely on an average of 12 prescriptions per year, which address the symptoms of our ailments but not the actual cause. Increased toxin exposure can also be directly linked to the growing obesity problem as toxic overload can slow the metabolism and lead to weight gain”

We often attribute various ailments to bugs and viruses, including unaccountable aches and pains in the joints, allergies, skin rashes and spots, backache, bad breath/body odour, depression, frequent mood swings, poor concentration, lack of energy, nausea, furred tongue, regular headaches/migraines, and susceptibility to colds and infections.
In reality most of these ailments are due to an overload of toxins, seriously compromising the body’s mechanism to expel these toxins which are discharged from the body by the liver, kidneys, lymphatics, colon, lungs and skin. As more and more toxins accumulate in your system, they place severe stress on these organs of elimination. With continued accumulation, the liver, kidneys, and other organs may begin to malfunction, causing a weakening of the immune system. The endocrine glands no longer secrete the proper amounts of hormones into the bloodstream, metabolism slows, producing a hospitable environment for illness and weight gain.
A little known fact is that although toxins do not weigh anything, they do take up space and the more toxins in our body the more fat cells enlarge to store them


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