Yes. The scientific evidence speaks for itself. Christine Adamo, a board certified physician in the state of California, decided to do a urine pH test before a detox and then another pH test after the cellular cleanse or detox to compare the results on a patient. The first pH test showed to be more on the acidic side of normal. The pH test after the treatment showed detox pH levels right in the middle of the spectrum, as they should be, and noticeably more alkaline than before the detox (or cellular cleansing program). Christine says that the detox and activity of the cellular cleanse therapy continues to alkalize the body up to 48 hours after the treatment, via urination and sweat, which is an added benefit. One should not eat/drink acidic foods after a cellular cleanse therapy treatment, to help better facilitate the detox process. It’s important to aid in your body’s alkalizing process. “You can’t just come in and ‘get fixed’. You have to take ownership in your health. Christine said, this is why the food alkalinity chart is so important when considering a cellular cleansing program.
The Ionic Detox is especially good for those suffering from GI disorders, skin conditions, fungal or yeast infections, and cancer. The ionic detox is contraindicated for those who have a pacemaker and open sores or lesions on his/her feet. People with Diabetes Type I should use this cellular cleanse therapy with precaution.
The benefit of this form of cellular cleanse detox is that it is, “gentle and safe, and not compromising because it bypasses the gastro-intestinal system,” Christine said. The cellular cleansing program detox also works well when accompanied with acupuncture, to stimulate blood flow, in treating peripheral neuropathy.