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Unlock the Detox Box with a 10-Day Purification

By Diane Irving

An alarming amount of poisonous pollutants enter the human body on a daily basis. From personal care products to contaminated foods, unwanted chemicals and toxins flood our systems with harmful results. FIGO (International Federation of Gynecology Obstetrics) is a worldwide organization with health professionals from 125 countries. They discern that chemical toxins connected to pesticides, air, plastics, solvents, and others can cause “[m]iscarriage and still birth, impaired fetal growth, congenital malformations, impaired or reduced neurodevelopment and cognitive function, and an increase in cancer, attention problems, ADHD behaviors, and hyperactivity.” However, with the help of a 10-day purification cleanse and organic practices, you can turn an internal toxic wasteland into a pure body wonderland.

 

Cause for Chemical Concern

 

Toxins are found in almost everything: bathroom products, cleaners, chemically sprayed foods, and pollution in the air and water. Many household items we use everyday disturb our health. Even some unexpected products are included in health concerns, the Global Health Center warns. Among these are air fresheners, dishwasher soap, laundry detergents, and treated furniture or carpets.

ABCNews.com released a study: “According to the Environmental Working Group, women use an average of 12 products a day containing 168 different chemicals. Men use fewer products, but still put 85 chemicals on their bodies.” When we give our body a break from these pollutants, cells can rejuvenate some damage that has been done by these harmful chemicals.

 

One-way Ticket to Toxic-Free

 

It is important for us to work toward a toxic-free lifestyle since chemicals seep in from a wide variety of sources. However, there is only one way to reduce the amount of exposure: buy cleaner products. Non-organic foods have been treated with pesticides that transfer to our bodies. When we ingest unnatural invaders, our bodies are forced to sort out the good from the bad. An overwhelmed body is too busy sorting to heal damaged cells. Therefore, the body needs cleaner water, air, foods, and products to ensure less contamination. Consumers can buy indoor air purifiers, invest in water filters, certified organic foods, organic household products, and body care.

Other natural ways to purify the body include drinking lemon water, eating rice bran, consuming dark veggies, sipping green tea, and doing a purification program. Sweating also helps rid trapped toxins in our bodies. Besides decreasing the chance for disease, other benefits include healthier looking skin, smoother function in the body, and what most people highly covet–weight loss.

Toxic stress on the body can manifest into physical illness and cloud the mind. Blockages may form internally from pollutants and cause stagnation or inspire diseases. Much like what happens in a clogged toilet, bodily sewage backs up until it overflows and causes more serious problems.

Purification is good for us – mentally and physically. Organic greens can help us think clearer and give us more energy to handle life’s ups and downs. Natural products can prevent inflammation and reduce damage done by our polluted world. Dr. Marone’s 10-Day Purification Cleanse, coupled with clean eating and natural supplements, is a great way to reduce the harm done. It’s a great start to a healthier lifestyle and can unlock the body’s fullest potential. Afterwards, relief comes from knowing whatever is left is what nature intended.

 

*The information in this article is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition and does not substitute for a thorough evaluation by a medical professional.  Please consult your chiropractor or physician to determine whether these self-care tips are appropriate for you.

Sources:

http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/most-common-hazardous-household-chemicals/

https://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-9818/5-unexpected-awesome-benefits-of-doing-a-cleanse.html

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/10/151001100058.htm

http://abcnews.go.com/Health/women-put-average-168-chemicals-bodies-day-consumer/story?id=30615324

 

 

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What makes us gain weight? Most people would immediately say that consuming more calories than we eat is the cause. And that is definitely one reason. However, research is finding that there are other causes as well. One of them is our body’s inflammatory response to what we eat. If you are eating fewer calories, but these foods are creating inflammation in your body, this may be the reason the weight is not coming off.

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Eating Healthy In a Way You Can Stick With It

The holidays will soon be upon us, and that can wreak havoc on our diet and eating healthy habits! Have you ever decided to eat healthier—“This year is going to be different”? A typical scenario might look something like this: You know it is important to watch your diet and weight. You choose a super-strict regimen which then takes all the pleasure out of eating. This forces you to avoid social opportunities because you know you’ll blow it. How well does that work? Probably not very well.

“Weight management really should be about focusing on eating healthy foods that you like, rather than trying to stay away from foods that you like,” says Katie Rickel, PhD, clinical psychologist and weight-loss expert in Durham, North Carolina. A diet that will work must contain both foods that are healthy for us and foods that we enjoy eating. The secret is knowing when you can indulge, and when it is time to stop.1

  1. Rather than choosing a rigid diet that is focusing on the foods you cannot eat, instead focus on foods that you will. According to Vanessa Patrick, PhD (University of Houston), “’I can’t’ signals deprivation, which makes you more likely to cave, whereas ‘I don’t’ signals determination and empowerment, making your refusal more effective.”
  2. You need guidelines, but allow flexibility within those guidelines. Don’t be too specific, as in “I’m going to eat 3 oz. of Brussels sprouts every night.” Instead think of what those foods have—antioxidants, vitamins, etc. What else also has those same nutrients that your body needs?
  3. Only eat at meal times or at planned snack times.
  4. Forgive yourself when you slip.
  5. If your foods of choice are not available, find the closest substitute that will fill you up–and enjoy the meal.

What are your biggest challenges to weight loss or weight management? Please share any comments below.

1 The idea of eating healthy without obsessing over it comes from the ­ book 20 Pounds Younger by Michele Promaulayko with Laura Tedesco, Rodale, 2015.
*The information in this article is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition and does not substitute for a thorough evaluation by a medical professional.  Please consult your chiropractor or physician to determine whether these self-care tips are appropriate for you.

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