Why there’s a need for body detoxification?

Unhealthy lifestyle & Polluted environment

Our body is very smart and perfectly organized. By nature it has detoxification ability and can maintain a healthy metabolism, assimilate all nutrients and removal of all toxic waste. But, unfortunately, unhealthy lifestyle and eating habits are a far cry from the ideal. We live in a society fraught with pollutants and heavy metal toxins — natural and synthetic. They exist in our air, water, food, clothing and the environments in which we live, work, play and sleep. As a result, our bodies are depleted of crucial life-giving elements, leaving us to feel drained of energy or unable to heal naturally from illness, injury or medical procedures. We overeat or we don’t eat enough of what is good for us. As a result, our body cannot process all food received because there is not enough gastric juices and enzymes necessary for normal digestion. Food that is not digested properly starts to decay, releasing large amount of toxins. Those toxins then travel to all the organs and systems of the body through the blood and poison it. The decayed food that was left in the digestive system prevents it from working normally. In that case practically all new food that goes in turns to waste and the body suffers from malnutrition even if it receives enough of good quality foods.

Food that was left undigested and not removed from the body is gradually distributed among all the organs and systems of the body in the form of waste. Food is the main factor in the formation of waste in the body, but certainly is not the only one.

There are many detoxification techniques that can help with the problem of our body’s internal trash. Of course it is impossible to cleanse the whole body all at once; it should be done gradually. Start with the digestive system and then proceed to cleanse liver and gall bladder, stomach and pancreas, kidneys, blood, veins and vessels, joints and the respiratory system.

Interestingly enough, not every body requires purification. Would you like to know if you are amongst the lucky ones? Then ask yourself a few questions:

• How do you feel in general-cheerful or sluggish?

• Do you have a good night sleep or do you turn and toss all night and don’t feel rested in the morning?

• Do you enjoy physical activity or do you get tired easily?

• Do you enjoy life or do you suffer from minor depression?

Chronic fatigue, insomnia, persistent moodiness, and apathy-those are the first signs of the body in urgent need for detoxification. There are also external signs of the cleanliness of a body. Take a close look at your skin, hair and nails. If your skin is smooth, your hair is dense and shiny and your nails are strong and even, then you are in good shape. However, if your hair is dull and prone to split ends, your skin is very dry or too oily and covered with pimples and wrinkles, and your nails are soft and break faster than they grow-then you really need cleansing.

If the food you eat does not bring you satisfaction, if you can’t enjoy simple foods anymore, if you suffer from constipation and bloating, or your joints starts to give you trouble with every move you make, it’s time to get serious about your health.-its time to start considering about detoxification. Detoxification can create dramatic changes to the body – although, the benefits will disappear if one returns to the standard normal lifestyle and diet after the detoxification. That means you have to continue to be health-conscious about your food choices and healthy lifestyle. try to eat locally grown, organic foods and be diligent about staying well-hydrated. And exercise regularly. Your diet is vital in your health, let a detox program be the beginning of keeping your body healthfully clean and nourished.

Negative Ions Detox,

Far Infrared Rays Detox

Food/Diet Detox

Detox Diet

The process of detoxification is long and somewhat difficult and it is not for everyone. Pregnant women, people with stomach and/or duodenal ulcers, diabetics, oncology patients, those suffering from hepatitis, meningitis and tuberculosis and also patients, recovering from illness, should refrain from this process.

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