t’s a way to recharge, rejuvenate, and renew!
As you may know, the body has its own natural detox methods. The liver, sweat, and urine are all ways your body rids itself of toxins. However, sometimes these vital organs work too hard and need a break. A detox diet is a great way to take the pressure off your organs, so you can keep them strong for the future. We’re exposed to harmful substances all the time; they’re in our diet (pesticides, microbes, and mercury, to name a few) and the very air we breathe (think disinfectants, deodorizers, and the gasses released by fresh paint). Fortunately, we have an excellent system in place to handle those toxins: Enzymes throughout the body are continuously breaking them down and helping to flush them out.
The typical American’s diet consists of 60% processed refined foods, 30% animal products, 5% whole grains white potatoes, 5% fruits and vegetables – which is the source of MOST of our micronutrients. Without micronutrients, our cells are weakened, and susceptible to a whole gang of diseases. Fruits and vegetables are the delivery system that brings the suns energy to our cells, giving them the micronutrients they need. The micronutrients not only nourish the cells but they also clean and remove the waste. And help them resist all those diseases.
- Improved Digestion
- Increased Energy
- Sharpened Mental Clarity
- Balanced Moods
- Weight Loss
- Reduced Cravings
- Visible Changes: Eyes, Skin, Weight
- Reduced Bloating and Constipation
- Released Emotional Blocks
- Building Long Term Health
Ready to Experience the Benefits of Detoxing?
There are many benefits of detoxing — both for your mental and physical health. Best of all, a detox jumpstarts you on the path to a healthy lifestyle that you’ll be able to maintain for years to come.