DETOXIFY THE BODY REG­U­LARLY

Citadel - - NUTRITION -

De­toxication of the body is like oil­ing and clean­ing your body. De­toxication is an es­sen­tial step to ob­tain bet­ter di­ges­tion and also im­por­tant for cleans­ing of the body. Cleans­ing es­sen­tially means to re­move the tox­ins out of the body, which will harm the body. The tox­ins make the di­ges­tion process slow and in­crease fat ac­cu­mu­la­tion. Acid­ity, ac­cu­mu­la­tion of gases, ab­dom­i­nal dis­ten­sion, nau­sea, headaches and mi­graines are all caused be­cause of ac­cu­mu­la­tion of tox­ins in the body. De­toxication can be done once a month, or even twice de­pend­ing on the body re­quire­ment. There are var­i­ous ways in which de­toxication can be done. The detox­i­fi­ca­tion can be done for three days and ex­tended up to a few weeks, de­pend­ing on the tech­nique fol­lowed. It re­quires ex­clu­sion of cer­tain in­gre­di­ents, like milk and milk prod­ucts, wheat prod­ucts (for gluten), egg, chicken, sh and red meat. In­stead, you can eat the plant­based foods like fresh fruits, veg­eta­bles and plant based sprouts, rice or jowar, ba­jra, etc. If you want to opt for the in­tense form of de­toxication, then you are re­quired to con­sume only fruits and veg­etable juices or smooth­ies for a pe­riod of three-ve days. Some fruits and veg­eta­bles work as su­per­foods, which will cleanse the liver where the ma­jor de­toxication oc­curs. Some veg­eta­bles like spinach, cu­cum­ber and car­rots have al­ka­line prop­er­ties, which bal­ance the body pH lev­els. De­toxication is more ef­fec­tive if done un­der an ex­pert ad­vice so as to avoid ad­verse ef­fects on health.

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