Detox : first steps to purify our Body | 5% to SL-Charity
Our bodies, like we shower, wash our hair, and brush our teeth every day, need internal cleansing on a regular basis. Drinking a glass of cold water when you wake up and before you go to bed is a simple way to get started.
Throughout the day, different chemicals enter our bodies as a result of the foods we consume. When we consider tension, pollution, and other issues that arise in our world, it is obvious that our bodies are filled with harmful substances that must be extracted from time to time. We'll show you how to cleanse your body naturally in just three days in the following post.
Our bodies, like we shower, wash our hair, and brush our teeth every day, need internal cleansing on a regular basis. You should detox and get rid of the contaminants and chemicals that you ingest on a daily basis from processed flour, sugar, fried foods, and animal products (meat and dairy products).
Furthermore, because most of us live sedentary lifestyles and are subjected to environmental toxins, tension, altered emotional states, and anxieties on a daily basis, cleansing the body is important.
This process can continue for years, weakening both the body and the organs. This is why we are prone to some illnesses, feel exhausted, get a stomach ache, catch a cold once a month, or look in the mirror and see a pale and tired reflection. You will begin to pay more attention to your body if you realize that these symptoms are a warning sent by your body.
Start consuming a raw vegan diet as an alternative, but this is not for all. You don't have to give up your favorite foods, but you should strive to eat more healthily and make fast food the exception rather than the norm. As a result, your body will begin to eliminate the toxins that have accumulated within you.
Ensure that you consume plenty of water. Water hydrates your organs and helps you to eliminate waste that has accumulated in your body when you urinate. Two litres of water per day is recommended (eight glasses). Whether it's hot outside, you're exercising, or you're having a really busy day, you can drink more water.
When you first wake up, drink a glass of cold water, and then another when you go to bed. You can also hydrate yourself by eating high-water-content fruits and vegetables like apples, watermelon, tomatoes, and cucumbers, as well as fresh, sugar-free fruit juices and teas, especially green tea.
Increase your fibre intake. Fiber's main benefit is that, like water, it aids in the elimination of toxins; in this case, through the stool. Fiber aids digestion, prevents constipation, and helps the body to expel any preservatives and wastes that have accumulated throughout the digestive tract. Fiber is abundant in oatmeal, brown rice, wholemeal pasta, seeds, nuts, and fruits.
Do not consume coffee or alcoholic beverages. These two drinks are very popular, but they are not always good for your health because they make your liver and kidneys work harder, which can harm them and lead to diseases like obesity and diabetes.
Cleanse the body with cleansing foods. Lemon (mix the juice with water), beets (they have a lot of fibre), garlic (get rid of pathogens that cause disease), and dandelion are some of the most recommended foods to cleanse your body (use it to make tea or put some leaves in the salad).