Every day, the human body is exposed to endogenous and environmental toxins and toxicants. Common toxins and toxicants include heavy metals (e.g., lead, mercury), chemicals used in agriculture and manufacturing (e.g., pesticides, dioxins), and biotoxins (e.g., bacterial endotoxin). When not eliminated by the body’s natural detoxification system, toxins and toxicants can accumulate in organs and tissues rich in fat such as adipose and brain tissues where they disrupt normal cellular processes, with the potential to cause disease. Supporting detoxification through diet is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle. In this video, Dr. Bassem El-Khodor, PhD, discusses patient management before, during, and after metabolic detoxification.