Nowadays, the human body is overwhelmed with harmful toxins from various sources. There are external toxins like harsh chemicals and pesticides, and internal toxins that originate inside the body.

Full Body Detox Naturally

Some of the internal toxins are by-products of everyday cell function, but many are the result of unhealthy eating habits.

To rid itself of its toxic burden, the body uses a combination of organ systems: the liver, lungs, lymphatic system, kidneys, skin blood and colon.

Each work together to eliminate toxic substances and waste but can become overwhelmed due to the increasing number of toxins we are exposed to.

The following is a brief explanation of how each of the body’s channels helps to remove these toxins:

The Liver:

It filters waste and toxins from the bloodstream. It uses enzymes to neutralize or alter waste products and toxins so they can be eliminated easily from the body.

Waste products that cannot be converted into water-soluble waste products are left in the fat-soluble state and deposited in the fat cells located throughout the body.

If it becomes too overloaded, the liver will dump the excess waste into the bloodstream, and it ends up in the kidneys, lungs, skin and lymphatic system.

The Kidneys:

Water-soluble waste from the liver is sent to the kidneys, where it is eliminated through the bladder. If the kidneys become overloaded, they deposit the excess back into the bloodstream.

The Lungs, Skin, Lymph and Blood:

The lungs and skin are secondary elimination organs. Waste that cannot be eliminated through the kidneys and colon ends up in the bloodstream.

Some waste is exhaled throughout the lungs or excreted through sweat glands in the skin, but if these organs become overloaded, the excess waste is passed into the lymphatic system.

The Colon:

The Colon is the primary elimination organ, and most waste ends up there. A properly functioning bowel eliminates waste daily, but poor digestion can significantly affect its ability to properly eliminate.

When the colon becomes constipated, excess waste is sent back into the bloodstream, where it is transported back to the liver. Constipation can be caused by a number of factors, including a low fiber diet, lack of digestive enzymes, or an imbalance of beneficial bacteria in the intestines.

The Solution: Life Style Changes

Add Fiber: Eat a high-fibrer diet that includes plenty of fresh, raw food; and limit your intake of processed foods.

Drink Plenty of Water: Try to drink at least half of your body weight (in ounces) of water every day.

Exercise:  Exercise at least 30 minutes every day, including aerobic exercise.

Natural Products:  Choose only natural household cleaners and personal care products, and consider natural fiber fabrics and upholstery.

Air Quality:  Invest in an effective air purifier for your home, and remember to change the filter in your air conditioning and heating units often.

Water Quality:  Invest in a household water filter system, or individual faucet filters to reduce exposure to chemicals and toxins.

Beneficial diet and lifestyle changes can help support the body’s natural detoxification processes and help to achieve optimum health. Do you know? the types of body fat and their difference.

Skin Brushing, colon hydrotherapy, acupuncture and massage are also helpful modalities.
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