Toxic metals like aluminum, arsenic, nickel, lead, mercury, and many others toxins when they are entering our body through foods and beverages; they will be absorbed through our small intestine and will affect our health.
Toxic overload and the inability to effectively eliminate toxic substances cause many common health complaints such as fatigue, headaches, muscle and joint pain, breathing troubles, digestive complaints, weight gain, hormonal imbalances, mood and attention challenges, and more.
Long-term toxicity has also is associated with more serious health conditions, such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, certain types of cancers, and many autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis and chronic fatigue syndrome.
It is proven that toxic metals will increase oxidative stress which will decline protective biochemical reactions like producing antioxidants such as N-acetylcysteine, Alpha lipoic acid and glutathione – all are necessary for our health. Toxic metals will bind to menials like zinc, copper, calcium and magnesium and many more trace minerals that are crucial to our enzymatic reaction. Additionally to that, toxic metals can also create B vitamin deficiency specifically B1, B6, folate, and B12.
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While many toxins are hard to avoid (such as ambient air pollution or toxins that you may be exposed to in your workplace), it is possible to reduce your overall toxic load. External toxin sources include petroleum products and mineral oils, heavy metals, herbicides and pesticides, plastics, formaldehyde, artificial fragrances, artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, sweeteners and other synthetic food additives as well as many other chemicals. Many of these are in common processed foods, household cleaners, garden care products, and body care products.
Avoiding toxins would be the first step to support your body with proper nutrition and supplementation that is necessary for balancing your health and losing weight.
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Your detoxification program may include education to identify and reduce exposure to sources of toxins in your diet or surroundings, changes in lifestyle to reduce exposure and enhance detoxification.
By doing so, you will be able to:
⦁ improve your metabolism
⦁ reduce craving to sweets and carbohydrates
⦁ neutralize and eliminate toxins
⦁ increase energy levels
⦁ reduce inflammation from oxidative stress
⦁ nourish your missing minerals and antioxidants
Remember, weight gain is one of your body presentations to toxins. Take action today, and support your health by reducing toxins, adding nutrition and making the necessary lifestyle changes to maximize healthy organ function while losing weight.
A detox diet can be a powerful self-healing tool. Before looking more closely at the detoxification diet, please take this quiz to put your lifestyle and health in focus so you could make a better decision to balance your health and improve your liver detoxification.
Find out yourself:
⦁ I often feel tired, sluggish, or lethargic. Yes/No
⦁ I have difficulty concentrating or staying focused. Yes/No
⦁ I catch colds easily. Yes/No
⦁ I usually have a bad breath. Yes/No
⦁ I tend to get a congested, stuffed-up, or post-nasal drip. Yes/No
⦁ I have unpleasant body odors when I’m not using deodorant or perfume. Yes/No
⦁ I usually have dark circles under my eyes. Yes/No
⦁ I have allergies. Yes/No
⦁ I have eczema, acne, or psoriasis. Yes/No
⦁ I often go for more than one day without having a bowel movement. Yes/No
⦁ I’m a current or former smoker, or I spend time regularly around other smokers. Yes/No
⦁ I usually drink less than three cups of water a day. Yes/No
⦁ I usually eat meat twice or more times a day. Yes/No
⦁ I tend to get bloated or puffy. Yes/No
⦁ I eat less than 1 serving of green vegetables a day (1 serving= 1/2 cup cooked). Yes/No
If you answer “Yes” to 5 questions out of this list, then you might want to consider a detoxification diet. Remember: healthy liver means a healthy body.
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