Highly Recommended Detoxification Methods

Detoxification is a normal body process of eliminating or neutralizing toxins through the colon, liver, kidneys, lungs, lymph glands, and skin.  As a matter of fact, our bodies naturally detoxify every single day.

Detoxification is something our bodies do on a daily basis. It is the process of eliminating toxins through the five eliminatory channels: Liver, colon, lungs, kidneys, lymph and skin.

Just as our hearts beat nonstop and our lungs breathe continuously, so our metabolic processes continuously dispose of accumulated toxic matter.

However, the environmental toxins of modern-day life — the pollutants, chemicals, other synthetic substances — are more than the average body can handle.  The body doesn’t know what to do with foreign substances, so it will store them outside of the regular elimination system, so we don’t get poisoned. Those poisons start building up in our body fat.

The following are two highly recommended detoxification methods

1. Juice fasting

Juice fasting is a safe and easy way to detoxify the body. Fasts have been recorded in ancient history, and have been a part of many religions since time immortal. Many people with various medical conditions have discovered, that going on a short-term juice fast is an excellent method of eliminating accumulated bodily toxins.

This is due to the fact that, during raw, fresh juice fasting therapy, the eliminative and cleansing capacity of organs of elimination, namely lungs, liver, kidneys and the skin, is greatly increased and masses of accumulated metabolic waste and toxins are quickly eliminated.

The theory is that, since fresh fruit and vegetable juices are excellent body cleansers, one should undertake to drink only fresh fruit and vegetable juices for a short period of time [approximately three to seven days], in order to release the toxins that are accumulated in the body, and at the same time give the body a hefty dose of much needed vitamins and minerals. Various different juice combinations have been recommended for this initial fast period. The most common juices recommended are carrot-apple-celery, carrot-beet-celery and grape juice.

Be aware that juice fasting is not starvation; it is just a liquefied salad. The juices do provide super amounts of minerals and vitamins, plus much needed fluids.

What Does a Typical Juice Fast Involve?

A juice fast  literally means drinking juice and nothing else. Between 32 and 64 ounces of juice is usually recommended per day during the fast. The juice is sipped throughout the day. Typical fruits and vegetables include celery, carrot, kale, cabbage, apple, pineapple, cranberry, spinach, beet, and greens. Citrus fruits are often avoided.

How Long Does a Juice Fast Typically Last?

A juice fast typically lasts for one to three days. A longer fast requires medical supervision and possibly monitoring to ensure that nutrient deficiencies don’t result.

Read the article titled: How To Do A Juice Fast, to learn more on the supreme health benefits of juice fasting.

Learn more about juice fasting by Reading The Following Best-Selling Books On The Topic:

1. The Fasting Diet: by Steven Bailey.

2. Juice Fasting And Detoxification: Use The Healing Power Of Fresh Juices To Feel Young And Look Great by Steve Meyerowitz.

Note: Due to the fact that the juices dislodge large amounts of accumulated toxic sludge from the body cells, it is usually recommended to take one or two warm water enemas daily, to help draw out the large amount of waste matter that has accumulated in the colon. Without the enemas there is the real possibility that the exiting waste matter will become reabsorbed in the body cells.

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Be aware that, it is very normal to experience some distressing symptoms while undergoing a juice fast such as headaches, nausea, etc. This is due to the fact that the poisons are passing through the body.

It goes without saying that fasting is only a temporary solution; the goal should be to permanently keep your system clean and fit.

2. Liver cleansing diet

Obviously, for many people fasting is just not possible or is not recommended. For example, those with fatigue, anemia, immune weakness, nutritional deficiency, or underweight people. Nor is it suggested for pregnant or nursing mothers, or for youngsters.

Therefore, instead of undergoing a juice fast, the patient follows a specific diet that will eventually cleanse and flush the toxins from the liver and various other body cells.

We are routinely exposed to approximately seventy thousand different chemicals and – according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) – over two thousand new ones are introduced into our environment each year; they’re in our cosmetics and other personal care products, medicines, the air we breathe, the surfaces we touch, the water we drink, and the foods we eat.

These chemicals make up a large part of the toxic load our liver has to deal with. A liver cleanse diet, liver cleanse supplements, or regular overall detox diet can help your liver to navigate this chemical wasteland optimize your liver’s functioning.

The best liver-cleansing programs that can be found are documented in the following two books:

The Liver Cleansing Diet: authored by Dr, Sandra Cabot. Visit her website at: www.liverdoctor.com to learn more about her award- winning program.

The Amazing Liver Cleanse: A Powerful Approach to Improve Your Health and Vitality by Andreas Moritz.

Click on: http://www.healthrecipes.com/detox_diet.htm to view a sample detoxification diet.

There are also many Herbal-cleansing products available, designed with just the right blend of herbs, to release accumulated toxins from your system.

Click here to learn which herbal detoxification products are highly recommended for jumpstarting your detoxification program.

I would strongly urge anyone considering a detoxification/cleansing program, to become more educated on the topic by reading the following two best-selling books on nutrition and detoxification by Elson M. Hass M.D.

1. Staying Healthy With Nutrition: The Complete Guide To Diet And Nutritional Medicine.

And: 2. New Detox Diet: The How-To And When-To Guide For Cleansing The Body.

Click on the Complete Index Of Herbal Descriptions to learn more about the healing powers of many individual herbs and vitamins.

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