Detoxify and Say Goodbye to Toxins
Our environment is full of toxins, they are everywhere. Toxins are found in your food, the air, water, heavy metals, and other pollutants. Not many people are aware of it but toxins invade your body and accumulate in your system over time. This results in some chronic diseases.
Now if you live a healthy lifestyle, your body is full of nutrients needed for a healthy biochemistry, enabling your organs to function well. They effectively and safely eliminate unwanted substances and detoxify your body by cellular processes involving the liver, kidneys, lungs, bowels, and even the skin. Our body’s elimination processes include perspiration, respiration, urination, and bowel movement.
The problem starts when we take in more toxins than our body organs can safely eliminate. Chronic illnesses are mostly caused by toxins in the body or the lack of nutrients needed by the body to function well. Over time, the rate with which the body naturally detoxifies itself slows down and your organs will start to weaken.
To correct the imbalance between the amount of toxins and nutrients, the body needs to undergo regular cleansing at cellular level. The body will require the necessary dietary substances for it to be ready for the detoxification process.
A detoxification gives your body the chance to get rid of harmful substances safely. Various programs for detoxification have been designed to help the body better deal with toxins as it is not really possible to eliminate them completely. Undergoing detox helps prevent the occurrence of chronic illnesses because it “refreshes” almost all body systems, including the nervous, immune, respiratory, urinary, digestive, reproductive, muscular, skeletal, skin, and endocrine.
Individuals experiencing the following conditions are recommended to undergo detoxification:
• Chronic digestive problems
• Impaired liver functions brought about by poor eating habits, alcohol consumption, high stress levels, hepatitis, and chemical exposure in the workplace
• Chronic skin conditions
• Painful muscles and joints
• Susceptibility to allergies and infections
• Respiratory problems
• Fatigue and exhaustion
• Insomnia and sleeping problems