In our modern world we are increasingly bombarded with toxins all day long. There are endless numbers of chemicals used in industry, such as: pollutants, chemicals, herbicides, pesticides and toxins. They find their way into our homes and into our bodies on daily basis. We might not even realise that radio waves from computers and cell phones are putting increasing strain on our bodies. And even if we eat unprocessed foods, we have constant stressors in life. Especially now in our new pandemic reality, full of uncertainty, we tend to live in a state of permanently heightened stress. And stress, which triggers cortisol release, is the number one toxin.
Detox is an ongoing process that is vital to our health, happiness, and immune system. The body has a sophisticated system in place to detox itself naturally through the colon, liver, lungs, lymphatic system, and the skin. But evolution simply cannot keep up with the increase of toxins we face.
When the body is overburdened with toxins, excess mucus is created to protect the organs. This leads to inflammation that creates a breeding ground for all kind of chronic diseases. In my practice, I see clients suffering from hormonal issues, fatigue, food allergies, weight problems, digestive distress, skin problems, headaches, depression or autoimmune disorders.
Healthy cells provide the foundation for a healthy body. Your cells need the following to thrive:
- Unprocessed foods containing nutrients and minerals
- Well-functioning detoxification pathways
Diseases and pour well being exist in a state of imbalance. Detoxing regularly allows your body to maintain a state of healthy balance, effectively releases the toxins that have found their way into your organs, fatty tissues and blood. Your body resets on a deep cellular level, paving the way for improved vitality, digestion, weight loss and immune health.
It is Spring time! Great time to cleanse your house but also your body!
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