How to remove toxins from the body
Our bodies keep toxins from pesticides, hormones and herbicides that feed our food. Factors predisposing the liver and stomach and other organs to produce toxins include bacteria, viruses, too much alcohol, coffee and other caffeinated beverages, smoking and some medicines.
If you are exposed to these factors, or you consume large quantities of semi-finished and processed foods, you definitely need to cleanse the body and give it a new life to your body.
This diet, aimed at eliminating toxins, is suitable for a 1-2 week exercise. Includes addition of aromatic oils of ginger, rosemary and oregano as well as drops of lavender oil on the sleeping pillow.
With this little change in habits, you will increase lymphatic activity in the body, which in turn boosts sweating and acts as a mucous membrane. This enhances liver and intestinal function. All these processes in the body help the body to get rid of unnecessary toxins.
Ideas for removing toxins
By combining and following the advice, you will help your body get rid of the toxins:
- Drink 2-3 liters of water (natural, mineral, purified) per day, fruit and vegetable juices, fruit tea.
- Forget the existence of alcohol.
- Try to eat as many fruits and vegetables as you can. Eat them in the form of salads, juice-fresh, slightly steamed with olive oil, cooked, sprouted, dried, yoghurt (skimmed). Steaming is an ideal healthy way to cook vegetables as only potatoes are not recommended to cook in this way. Keep in mind that at the beginning when detoxification begins in your body, you may suffer from a slight headache. In such cases, massage the temples with lavender oil, and if the pain is stronger, you will need rest and rest. Try to sleep, and if the pain does not go away, take aspirin or paracetamol (but take medicine as a last resort).
- Highlight low-protein foods such as peas, lentils, chicken, eggs, and in smaller quantities of red meat. Avoid pastries, sweets and fried foods that are difficult to digest. Include as much as possible nuts, soy, peas and lentils in the diet that I mentioned above.
- Make small snacks during the day, but more often, preferably kernels (but not salty). They are great food in this case.
After completing the diet (try to apply it for at least 2 weeks), the result will not be available right away, but you will begin to feel lighter. It is also desirable to further limit the amount of food you have not consumed during the diet and to focus on fresh fruits and vegetables. And let it become your new way of life …
It is recommended that the ratio be 80:20, where 80% of your diet is a healthy diet, and the other 20% includes culinary delights and gullities to assure that your body will be able to cope with this quantity.
Foods included in the detoxification plan and authorized for consumption:
- Fruit – Fresh, frozen or preserved (with no additives, preservatives or preservatives). The list includes apples, bananas, pears, oranges, grapefruit, pineapple, mangoes, kiwi, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, nectarines, peaches, melons, watermelons and others.
- Fruit juices – best to be home-made, making sure they will not contain sugar, other preservatives or preservatives. If you buy juices, make sure they are “natural” and “unsweetened”.
- Vegetables – fresh, frozen or cooked without salt. The list includes carrots, onions, cabbage, pepper and peppers, mushrooms, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, zucchini, leek, tomatoes, cucumbers.
- Legume and pea – dried or cooked.
- Oats and oatmeal, rye products;
- Potatoes – in any kind;
- Brown rice;
- Fresh fish – mackerel, cod, salmon, lobster, crab, trout, tuna, etc. Avoid consumption of canned fish (mackerel, salmon, tuna).
- Salted nuts – peanuts, almonds, cashew nuts, hazelnuts, macadamia, walnuts, pistachios and others.
- Unsalted seeds – sunflower or pumpkin;
- Natural popcorn – no sugar or salt;
- Natural yogurt;
- Olive oil and balsamic vinegar;
- Garlic, ginger and fresh herbs;
- Water – at least 2 liters per day (best mineral);
- Herbal and Fruit Tea.
- Fresh fruits;
- Natural yoghurt with honey;
- Popcorn (no salt or sugar);
- Salted nuts and seeds.
Foods to be avoided during detoxification:
- Red meat, field or turkey meat, as well as any salami, burgers, pates;
- Milk, cheese, eggs, cream;
- Butter and margarine;
- Foods containing flour such as bread, croissants, pastries, cakes and cakes, biscuits, chocolate desserts, pastries,
- Chips, crackers, salted nuts;
- Chocolates, sweet (jam, fruit jellies, jams) and sugar;
- Processed, ready-made foods, semi-prepared and prepared sauces;
- Coffee and black tea;
- Sauces, pickles, salad dressings, mayonnaise;
- Carbonated beverages and soluble juices, including dietary ones.
How long does it take for detoxification to continue?
There are many ways and programs for detoxification. Your needs will vary depending on the amount of toxins accumulated in the body, and some people, such as pregnant and breastfeeding women, receiving drugs and drug users, should approach very carefully and take only light forms of cleansing – about 2-3 days. Drugs and other toxins are usually stored in the fat tissue until it is time for them to be safely removed from the body; and this is likely to happen after years, and sometimes these toxins are released only by detoxification. That’s why many people feel worse in the first days of a cleansing diet or weight loss diet because toxins are released from degrading fat cells.
For most people, the standard detox program lasts for a week and is good to do twice a year – early spring and early autumn. Start at weekends or when your everyday life is not overloaded. However, if the cleansing diet is well balanced, you can safely follow it constantly. It should be noted that the best way to maintain an optimal body detoxification process is not to eat foods and beverages containing toxins.