Feeling sluggish or out of sync? Struggling with skin problems, digestive problems, or aches and pains? Then it might be time for a body detox.
Detoxification restores, cleans and nourishes the body from the inside out. By removing and eliminating toxins, tand replinishing with healthy nutrients, detoxifying can help renew your ability to maintain optimum health.
If you are experiencing fatigue, irritated skin, allergies, low-grade infections or bloating, here’s are 4 tips that’ll help restore your body.
Drink H20. If you take anything away today, remember this about detoxification. The number one lesson is: drink your water. The benefits of hydration can never be overestimated. It flushes toxins, helps digestion and aids your body in regulating its temperature.
Sweat it Out. Take the stairs, walk the dog or dance all night. What or how you do it isn’t important as that you do it. Movement helps your body maintain its peak condition. Breaking a sweat is a natural way for the body to cleanse itself.
Eat Whole Foods. Push towards the produce section and away from the snack and candy aisles. Make a stop to collect wholesome proteins; nuts and nut butters, organic whole grains. Keep your diet simple and fresh, and sprinkle in spices to pack in flavor. Fresh is the best; it will fill your diet with vitamins, micronutrients and fiber to ward off disease and keep you moving and grooving inside and out.
If you’re short on time, blend a smoothie. Smoothies consist of the entire fruit or vegetable – skin and all. In its whole form, it contains all of the fiber. In the blending process, fiber breaks down for easy digestion while creating a slow, even release of nutrients into the blood stream, avoiding sugar spikes. Adding Young Scent drinking vinegars increases this slow-release process even further.
Meditate. Detoxifying your body begins and ends with your mind. Think on it, act on it. What your mind believes, you achieve.You can create the space and intent for your day from a present, mindful and grateful state. Be mindful, be thoughtful. Meditate, focus on the good things in your life; this will lower your stress level.