Do you feel tired, or run out of energy all the times? Do you find it difficult to sleep? Do you have bags under your eyes? Do you have skin rashes, acnes, or cellulite? Do you have digestive problems? Do you have problems with constipation? Do you suffer from internal infections? Do you notice your breath is not normal? Do you have premature wrinkles? Are you allergic to anything? Do you have abnormal body odor (Bromhidrosis, also known as bromidrosis), depression and menstrual problems? These signals may mean that your body is overburdened with toxins. Your body is exposed to a tremendous amount of toxins which are often unable to be avoided. To stay healthy, it is crucial to cleanse and detoxify your body regularly.
Detoxification is the process of clearing toxins from your body, as well as the elimination of excessive mucus and congestion. Your body stores residues and harmful substances of nutritional ingredients and non-assimilated drugs. Your blood and internal organs are poisoned with heavy metals such as mercury, cadmium, lead and thallium. These heavy metals are major cause of hormonal imbalances, cancer, thyroid problems, neurological disturbances, learning problems, depression, food allergies, and parasites.
Different types of toxins
There are several types of toxins. They are divided into two main categories: Exogenous toxins, those from outside the body; and endogenous toxins produced by the body itself when there is dysfunction of organs of assimilation and elimination: liver, lungs, bowels, kidney, skin and lymphatic system.
Heavy metals – most common heavy metals include lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, nickel and aluminum. These metals tend to accumulate in the tissues of your brain, kidneys and immune system. Producing no obvious symptoms at early stage, they multiply in your system causing serious health problems. It is an insidious poisoning that occurs over time and can be difficult to diagnose even with efficient laboratory exams. When symptoms finally occur, they tend to be taken for symptoms of other medical conditions. The most common signs and symptoms of heavy metals poisoning include:
- Bad breath
- Abnormal body odor
- Muscle pain
- Digestive disordersand constipation
- Skin problems (rashes, acnes, wrinkles, or cellulite)
In addition, you can have difficulty to concentrate and coordinate movements. Heavy metal poisoning is a major problem in our time and often completely undervalued by health specialists.
Toxic Liver Disease – this category include a group of chemicals or organic compounds with which the liver must constantly deal every day: air pollution, Food containing toxic chemicals, herbicides, food preservatives, medications, alcohol and coffee (if consumed in excess). Their effects on your health are slow but serious.
Microbial compounds – those are toxins produced by bacteria and yeast infection in the intestines that are absorbed into the bloodstream. Accumulation of those toxins can have short or long effects on your health. Most common diseases resulted from microbial compounds include:
- Liver disorders
- Crohn’s disease
- Ulcerative colitis
- Thyroid disorders
- Psoriasis, pancreatitis
- Weakened immune system
By-products of protein and fat metabolism – the kidneys are mainly responsible for eliminating toxins and byproducts of metabolism in your body. However, when they receive too much by-products, they kidney fail to produce their normal elimination. In addition, production of high levels of cholesterol in your liver can disturb its functioning and affect your health.
Why you need to regularly body cleanse your body?
- To reclaim your energy
- To avoid premature aging
- To loose and maintain a normal weight
- To Refuel your body with healthy nutrients
- To help your metabolism to burn excess fat
- To Stimulate your liver to drive toxins from the body
- To bring energy back into your body and keep it in good balance
- To Promote healthy elimination through your intestines, kidneys and skin
What you should do during your detoxification program?
It is highly recommended to:
- Drink lots of fluids
- Eat lots of fruits
- Exercise regularly
- Get good night sleep
- Eat plenty of cruciferous vegetables
What you should avoid during your detoxification program?
During any detoxification program, you should not commsuming alcohol, unsaturated fats, processed foods, tobacco, drugs, etc. Scientific researches have shown that drugs and chemical products intake during detoxification program will remain in your body and may worsen your health problems. The effects of drugs or chemicals are subtle but their long-term damages in your organism can be nefast. It is also recommended to avoid bad stress, over cooked foods, and toxic environment
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