Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Why Should You Detox?

Although detoxification therapies have been part of many health systems around the world for thousands of years detox has never been as important as it is today.

It is an undisputed fact that we all carry a frightening number of toxic chemicals in our blood and organs that have overwhelmed our detox system and remain in our bodies poisoning cells.
But the good new is that researchers have also discovered that certain foods will enhance the detox processes of your liver, your main organ of detox.


The Importance of Fruit and Vegetables
An abundance of fruit and vegetables supply important substances that are needed for detox but specific foods that can help support the liver detox process are: cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, kale, turnips, bok choy, arugula (rocket), watercress; peppers, green leafy vegetables, garlic, onions, asparagus, avocado, walnuts, tomatoes, oranges, tangerines, lemons, caraway seeds, dill seeds, pulses and whole grains.

Chronic Illness Symptoms Often Disappear
Practitioners of natural medicine have shown that by giving your body a rest from heavy, hard to digest and nutrient deficient, processed foods and by increasing easily digested highly nutritious food and juices many of your ailments and chronic symptoms can simply vanish.

When the quality of the food coming into your body is of higher quality than the tissues that your body is made of, remarkable things start to happen. Your body starts to spring clean, removing the toxins stored in the tissues to make room for the superior materials which it uses to make new and healthier tissue.
Dramatic improvements in health have been reported and seen in people eating raw food diets. Eating food in its raw natural unprocessed state gives your body optimal nutrition.

All the amino acids, vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids, the essential nutrients that your body needs for health are obtained through a balanced diet of vegetables especially green leafy ones, fruits, nuts and seeds.

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