Detoxification – Safe and Effective Inner Cleansing

Detoxification – Safe and Effective Inner Cleansing

Is Toxicity The Reason You Feel Unwell?  sad :sick woman looking out of window

Following a supported detoxification program can be one of the most effective
strategies for rapidly improving the state of your health.  

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Ask yourself these questions:apple

  • Are you often tired or lethargic?
  • Do you regularly suffer from bloating, diarrhoea, constipation or other digestive disturbances?
  • Do you get recurrent headaches?
  • Are you regularly suffering from muscle aches and pains?
  • Does poor short-term memory and concentration affect your ability to function at work?
  • Do you have allergies or sensitivities?
  • Do you suffer from depression, anxiety and /or mood swings?
  • Would you like to look glowing with inner health?

Staying Healthy in a  Toxic World   

broccoliWith more than 2,000 new chemicals being produced every year, infiltrating our soil, air, water and food supply; exposure to toxicity is an unfortunate, yet unavoidable fact of modern life.  A ‘toxin’ refers to any substance that has the potential to interfere with cellular function and both our short term or long term health.  Our bodies are designed to be able to process and remove toxins via key elimination channels including our digestive system, liver and kidneys; however, individuals may vary in how toxins affect their health.  Individual variations may be due to:

  • Toxic burden:  This represents your level of exposure to various toxins, and may include dietary allergens, such as gluten, food additives and preservatives as well as occupational, environmental or lifestyle related toxins such as cigarette smoking or exposure to hazardous chemicals eg herbicides and pesticides, cleaning agents or some chemicals used in cosmetics.  Toxins can also be created internally as part of normal, healthy metabolic processes, or by bacteria in the digestive tract, or recirculation of waste from the bowel.
  • Toxic resistance: This describes your ability to process and eliminate toxins effectively and refers to the impact they may be having on your health.  In the modern world, it is less common for health issues to arise due to high levels of exposure to a single toxin, rather, health challenges may arise as a result of additive effects of ow-level exposure to a broad range of dietary and environmental toxins.

Safe and Natural

A natural detoxification program can be one of the most effective strategies to improve the state of your health, as it will help clear toxins out of your body and leave you feeling healthy and energetic.  Detoxification is serious business however, and your safety and comfort during detoxification is important.  You should not attempt to do a detox without guidance and support from a trained Healthcare Practitioner.olive oil and lemons

Comprehensive Detoxification

An effective detoxification program will include natural supplements which support your body’s detoxification and repair systems to function effectively.  This program will give your body a thorough spring-clean to leave you feeling fantastic again!

Dietary Tips

During your detox, you will be recommended a diet based on your individual requirements.  The diet will ensure that you are eating the right foods for your body in order to maximise the detoxification process.  There are some simple diet changes which you can make today to help reduce your level of toxicity, such as:

Always look for fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables.

  • Remember to avoid packaged and processed foods as much as possible.
  • It is important to eliminate foods containing artificial colours, flavours, additives and flavour enhancers, as well as foods containing hydrogenated fats.
  • Read the ingredients list to ensure that the food does not contain high amounts of gluten and/or sugar.

Living the Detox Lifestyle

There are also some simple lifestyle changes you can make to help you detox:  cucumber in water

  • Exercise: For optimum health and detoxification, you should aim for 30-40 minutes of exercise three to four times per week (such as  brisk walking or swimming).
  • Avoid recreational drugs: You might be surprised to know that these include caffeine, tobacco and alcohol (and I’m guilty of using two of these from time to time!).  You should try to avoid these whilst you are detoxing.
  • Drink water: One of the easiest things to do to get your system detoxifying better is to drink lots of water.  Ideally, the water should be as pure as possible, so try to use bottled or filtered water.  Drink at least two litres of water per day (more if it’s hot or you are exercising).
  • Detoxify your environment: Try to eliminate or minimise your use of cleaning products (instead, use vinegar, lemon juice, bicarb, which all make excellent alternatives).  Be careful about which personal products you use.  Avoid aluminium containing anti-perspirants, try to minimise your make up, avoid hairspray and avoid synthetic chemical based insect repellents.

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