How to Remove Toxins from Your Body
The average diet is full of dangerous materials. Even the air we breathe – inside and out, contains carcinogens and other material that can be stored in our tissues and cause us harm over time. Removing these toxins from your body is an ongoing process and one best achieved through a diet rich in antioxidants.
Antioxidants are nature’s magnet for toxins inside the body. The antioxidants found in super foods such as peaches, blueberries, pomegranates and acai berries gather than then neutralize potentially cancerous or otherwise dangerous cells. Eating a diet rich in healthy plant products will also help your body to process foods more quickly giving chemicals and other products less time to be absorbed in your body.
Drink Plenty of Water
While the latest research states water does little more than help to filter the kidneys, it does move the stored salt and waste products through the body to the kidney and out again. The water also helps to keep your colon operating correctly avoiding constipation often caused by lack of water.
The list of foods rich in antioxidants is extensive and you can try to work as many into your diet as you’d like or stick with a few favorites. Adding certain berries to your diet every day can give you results like the acai berry cleanse, while the added fiber in the skin of berries such as blueberries also helps to clear stored waste in your colon and large intestine. Superfoods include (among others):
Consider a Colon Cleanse
Most of the toxins in your body build up in your colon and large intestine. Removing these as simple as using a colon cleaning product or a colonic to remove the build up plague and toxic waste stored there.
Easy Step By Step
- Drink plenty of water to wash way toxins
- Increase the amount of superfoods in your diet to absorb and dispel antioxidants
- Consider a colonic to cleanse your colon and large intestine.
Warnings, Advice, and Suggestions
Switching to an organic diet will help to keep many of the toxins found in foods from reentering your regular diet.