Defining the Detox

  20/Sep/2017 0

Explaining detoxification

Simply put, detoxing is the process of removing toxins, which are waste substances, from the body. But where do toxins originate? Internally-produced toxins occur as a result of daily chemical reactions and processes in our body, while external toxins can come from our diet, environmental pollutants and chemicals in the products we use. Toxins can also accumulate from unhealthy lifestyle habits such as a poor diet, stress and lack of sleep, which are commonplace in hectic lives.

Why detox

Our body has natural detoxification abilities – that’s why it is important to take care of it so that it can do its job properly. However, excessive exposure to toxins through poor diet or lifestyle choices can overload our body. This can lead to toxins accumulating faster than they can be eliminated. Prolonged toxins can slow down our natural detox mechanisms and impede our immune system, causing serious health problems.

Time to detox

If you’re experiencing an outbreak of acne, eczema or allergies, it could be a warning sign that you need a detox. Other signals include constipation, indigestion, hair loss and worsened mental health such as poor memory, insomnia, chronic fatigue and migraines. However, anyone can benefit from a detox to main and support the body’s detoxification process – don’t wait until it’s too late!

Where to start

Reducing the level of toxins waste allows our body to function better, leading to improvements in health and energy levels. It also protects our body from illnesses and disease.

Our skin is constantly exposed to environmental toxins, so “spring cleaning” your pores is required to remove pore-clogging components that regular facial cleansers don’t work on. Powder Wash + is a deep cleansing powder-to-foam wash with duo enzymes to break down old keratin and sebum.

Those who have poor dietary habits from hectic working lifestyles and frequent consumption of alcohol should try Turmeric & Ornithine, which promotes alcohol metabolism, liver functions and improved fatigue recovery.

As for a stronger digestive system and healthy intestinal environment, Intestinal Oligo Support encourages the production of friendly bacteria Lactobacillus Bifidus.




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