Each year, Americans are exposed to 2.5 billion pounds of toxic chemicals, and 6 million pounds mercury. Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, 80,000 toxic chemicals have been released into the environment. Most of them have not been evaluated in terms of their impact on human health, and for those, the results are worrisome. The Environmental Working Group says that the average newborn baby comes into the world with 287 known toxins in their umbilical cord -. So imagine how many chemicals can be in your body as an adult
Your body is designed to release the waste, not only what remains of the food they eat, but also the toxins. When waste builds up in their bodies, you get sick and keep extra weight. The way to achieve this is to improve the body’s ability to detoxify and eliminate waste and minimize their exposure to new toxins.
How I know if you’re toxic? Here are some common signs:
The postnasal drip
sinus excessive problems
trouble losing weight
puffy, dark circles under the eyes
Other menstrual disorders
When healthy, detoxification happens smoothly. When you are toxic, however, your liver gets slow and some toxins can stay in your system longer than your body can handle. When this happens, your metabolism slows down and retain fluid, causing inflammation and swelling. If you are overweight, then your body is toxic, by definition, because most environmental chemicals like pesticides and plastics, are stored in fat. As you lose weight, it also lowers its toxic load. Beyond weight gain, health experts believe that natural toxins are implicated in most diseases, dementia, heart disease, autoimmune disease to food allergies and digestive disorders.
Their toxic load can include things like:
Heavy metals, mercury and lead, petrochemicals, waste, pesticides, fertilizers and
Food allergies, environmental allergies , fungi and toxins from fungi.
Our standard American diet (SAD)
Stress – mental, emotional and spiritual toxins that affect them; isolation, loneliness, anger, jealousy and hostility, which results in all toxins in your body.
The bacteria, fungi, yeasts and living within your gut
Its ability to handle the huge load of toxins depends on their genetic and staff biochemical profile.
There are steps you can take to detoxify and protect your body. Here are six:
1. Eat and drink clean
Build your diet around high-quality protein, fats and non-starchy vegetables. These promote detoxification, start your metabolism, soothe inflammation and stop cravings. Drink plenty of water throughout the day.
2. Support healthy elimination
complete a bowel movement every day is needed; if you have difficulty with elimination, supplementing with magnesium, vitamin C and fiber.
3. Add nutrients
The body detoxification pathways require the assistance of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and phytonutrients. Some of these include glutathione, zinc, selenium, along with vitamin C, a multivitamin and fish oil.
4. Identify and get rid of toxins substances.
be aware of the toxic substances listed above, and remove them from their environment.
5. Get moving.
Cardiovascular exercise helps blood and lymphatic circulation, and both are important in detoxification.
6. Let go of toxic emotions.
release painful emotions, and practice forgiveness of self and others.