Detoxification of the body


Detoxification and purification of the body in the right way


Detoxification of the body


           Today, our body is exposed to many pollutants such as air pollution. That is why detoxification of the body is important and even by eating certain foods, detoxification can be done.


     Choosing the wrong foods, digestive problems and stress can increase the amount of toxins in the body.


    The production of multiple pollutants and toxins is one of the challenges of the industrial world, substances that target humans and other living organisms on a daily basis. Treatment of toxins caused by industrial pollution, air pollution and heavy metal poisoning such as lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic requires the identification of the latest ways to deal with this field.


 Where do these toxins enter our body? What methods can be used to remove these harmful elements from the body?


    Toxins in the body are generally divided into two main groups. Many of these toxins, such as plant toxins and pesticides, heavy metals from air pollution, tobacco and industrial pollutants, enter the human body from outside. The second category, such as toxins produced by the breakdown of food and drugs in the body, are also the result of the breakdown of substances in the body.



Sources of toxin production and ways it enters the body


    Smoking is definitely one of the ways in which the body is attacked by toxins, but there are other ways that can easily enter the body of toxins. The air we breathe and the food we eat, drinks and medicines can also be toxins entering the body. Also, the physical and mental pressures that the modern lifestyle imposes on human beings produce toxins in the body. Cosmetics such as antiperspirant sprays, fluorescent lamps and refined sugars are among the sources where toxins are found in abundance. Preservatives and additives in canned foods are among the toxins that enter the human body on a daily basis. On the other hand, fluoride and chlorine in pesticides are easily mixed with water and enter the human body.


Symptoms of intoxication


    If too many toxic substances enter the bloodstream at once, symptoms such as:


  • Nausea
  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • skin problems
  • fatigue
  • bloated belly
  • hormonal imbalance
  • weakened immune system and others



        And now is the time to thank our body - because it is smart and would not allow us to destroy ourselves so quickly! Therefore, it begins to "resist" the oxidation of fats, and the metabolism slows down so as not to release additional toxins into the blood.


      But the danger does not stop there. Some toxins disrupt the mechanisms of control over hunger and appetite. The reason is that the molecular structure of these toxic substances resembles essential hormones that regulate metabolism - leptin and thyroid hormones (TSH, T3).


      If you've read my other articles, you know how vital leptin  is . it's no coincidence that it's called the "hunger hormone." When the stomach is full, leptin levels rise, which signals to the brain that we are full and need to stop eating. When T3 levels are low, the basal metabolic rate (BMR) slows down, and fat burning gradually stops. In general, you do not want to have problems with either of these two hormones, especially if your goal is to lose weight!


Maybe you already realize that all this is a vicious cycle? First, due to bad eating habits, we accumulate body fat, where we store excess toxins. Then even if we limit calories, we can not burn the same fat because the body would not allow itself to be intoxicated. It sounds like we messed up.



What is body detoxification?


When toxins and pollutants enter the body, first the liver and then the kidneys absorb them through the blood, and then, with the help of various mechanisms, direct these toxins out of the body, which in this process, It is called cleansing the blood or detoxifying the body. Detoxification helps the body better digest food and gain energy and makes a person feel better than before.



What factors help to improve the detoxification process?


    Factors such as daily and continuous consumption of a variety of fresh vegetables and fruits can play an important role in accelerating and improving the detoxification process. For example, diets rich in fiber, carbohydrates and antioxidants can increase energy, increase metabolism and accelerate the body's detoxification process. Fibers play an important role in the body's excretion process by increasing bowel movements and by binding to toxins in the intestines .


Fruits such as green apples, citrus fruits, especially sour lemons, fresh vegetables such as radishes, broccoli , oilseeds such as walnuts and almonds, edible green algae such as Chlorella vulgaris, Spirulina platensis and beverages such as green tea are the best natural sources for excretion. Toxins are from the body.



Other effective compounds in the detoxification process include chlorophyll, a green pigment found in plants that is involved in the process of photosynthesis in plants, and it is believed that this substance due to its similar molecular structure to hemoglobin in the blood can maintain human health. be effective.


Chlorophyll can clear the bloodstream, eliminate bad breath, neutralize carcinogens and prevent tooth decay. Chlorophyll has a positive effect on a person's life by helping to eliminate toxins such as acetaldehyde (a cause of fatigue and hangovers) and histamine (a cause of allergies and sensitivities). Green algae is one of the richest sources of chlorophyll in the world and one of the reasons for the high consumption of edible microalgae in Japan is their cleansing effects.


    Chlorophyll, fibers, and special polysaccharide compounds in these algae bind to heavy metals, toxins left over from insecticides, drugs, and other contaminants in the body and are excreted in the feces. Research has shown that regular consumption of the alga Chlorella vulgaris for at least one month and in the amount of two to three grams per day, improves the process of cleansing the body of toxins.


 

      A clinical study at Toyota University in Japan on 30 patients with heavy metal poisoning shows that daily consumption of six grams of Chlorella vulgaris can significantly reduce the degree of blood poisoning. Choosing the wrong foods, digestive problems and stress can increase the amount of toxins in the body. This constant circulation of toxins in the body can cause irreparable damage to the immune system. Also, all the organs involved in the body's detoxification process, including the intestines, liver, kidneys, skin and respiratory system, can accumulate toxins quickly.


How to do detoxification in the right way? Detox tips.


Detoxification of the body in the right way


         We can bombard our bodies with toxins, but fortunately, we can also help it get rid of them more easily. Here are some tips


   1.Limit toxin level


              Limit toxins entering the body to a minimum.

In other words, the best way to deal with toxins in the body is to avoid getting them.


Eliminate semi-finished and processed foods such as soft drinks, sausages, and salamis, burgers, packaged pasta, chips, snacks, salads - they are full of harmful sweeteners, preservatives, colors, and enhancers, many of which are released by toxins in the body. Limit refined sugar, white flour, and transfat. Minimize alcohol consumption and forget about cigarettes!


Bet on real, quality food - vegetables, fruits, nuts, cereals and seeds, pure meat, and dairy products with a proven origin. If you have the opportunity, buy a water filter. Be careful with coffie and caffinated beverages. Use soaps, shampoos, and cosmetics with natural ingredients


2.Exercise regularly


  

Exercise regularly

       


             Many people forget that the skin is also a secretory organ. When we play sports, we sweat. Sweat cools the body but also removes harmful toxins such as pesticides and heavy metals. You can also visit the sauna if you have the opportunity as long as you don't have heart problems


3. Eat foods that promote detoxification.


         Such foods are parsley (purifies the blood and refreshes the breath), coriander (binds to heavy metals in the blood), celery, broccoli, kale, carrots, red beets, cauliflower, green tea, garlic, chia seeds, aloe vera, seaweed (spirulina). Beneficial for the liver is the intake of herbs such as dandelion and weed. From the fruits go to those rich in antioxidants: blueberries, chokeberries, blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, lemon.

You can make healthy homemade smoothies with different combinations of these foods, or bet on a ready-made detox option.


 4. Make sure you go to the toilet often. 

           

          Defecation is also a way for the body to get rid of excess and harmful substances, so it must be constant and smooth. For regular defecation (1-2 times a day), you should drink enough water and get enough fiber through food to facilitate bowel movements. Physical activity also helps.


Why are detox diets pointless and unnecessary?


        Because detoxification is a hotly debated topic, as a result of our wild daily lives, and because intoxication is usually associated with weight gain, many "detox diets" can be found on the Internet that claims to cleanse the body and ensure rapid weight loss.


       I  want us to be aware that such diets are entirely unnecessary and even harmful for you, and you should avoid them! Why?


Once a diet promotes "rapid weight loss" - first, it relies on an excessive calorie deficit, and second - the one who offers it has no idea that rapid weight loss is harmful to the body and should not be promoted.


      Rapid weight loss resulting from starvation is due to fluid loss and glycogen stores, not fat burning. And lost fluids quickly find a place back in your body after you stop dieting.


Also, when starving, the body tries to find energy in the fastest and most convenient way for it, and the quickest and most accessible source of energy for the organism are the muscles. So such diets also lead to loss of lean, muscle mass. In turn, because it is metabolically active tissue and maintains the metabolism at a level, the loss of muscle mass and metabolism slows down, so we are even more prone to gaining weight.


     Last but not least - hunger exhausts the body. Energy drops to a minimum. You feel relaxed, lethargic, and even depressed.

Therefore, if you want to cleanse your body of both excess fat and the toxins they contain - you need to do it the right way with a well-structured diet regular physical activity, and avoiding external toxic sources.


In conclusion



       The best way to deal with toxins is to avoid them as much as possible. Do your body a favor, don't bother it unnecessarily with sources of toxins such as alcohol, cigarettes, and junk food. Help him to purify himself thoroughly by maintaining a good culture of nutrition, regular physical activity, and in general - a healthy lifestyle.

     You don't need another "detox diet" or a miraculous "detoxifying tea" at all.


      As long as you minimize toxins' external sources, your body will be fully capable of mating with others alone!

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