10 Simple Detox Tips

Posted on: March 5th, 2013 by Jeff Ritter No Comments


The Environmental Working Group reported that the average newborn baby has 287 known toxins in his or her umbilical cord blood. If a newborn has that many toxins, imagine how many you’ve been exposed to in your lifetime.

Detoxification is an essential, often overlooked, aspect of good health, the prevention of disease and sustainable weight loss. Although the word “detox” might make you think of a juice cleanse or a break from booze, this type of detoxification is focused on improving your overall health for the long haul. ViewCNK’s 10 lifestyle changes to identity underlying causes of toxicity, reduce your daily toxic load and enhance your body’s ability to eliminate toxins.

When our detoxification system is overloaded, it affects every system in the body and contributes to many health problems. Signs of toxicity include:

Digestive problems (constipation, diarrhea, gas, heartburn, bloating), water retention, fatigue, foggy brain, headaches, muscle aches, skin problems (acne, rashes, rosacea, eczema), hormonal imbalances, congested liver, weight gain, inability to lose body fat, allergies, asthma, sinus congestion, postnasal drip, food cravings, poor concentration, sleep problems and more.

Everyone can benefit from a detox, but especially women preparing for childbirth, going through pregnancy or breastfeeding. Individuals who are overweight or obese also greatly benefit from a detox, as toxins are stored in your body fat. Thus, the more body fat you have, the more toxic you are. It’s crucial to reduce your toxic load in order to achieve sustainable fat loss.

How To Detox In 10 Simple Steps

1. Eliminate Toxic Sources
2. Heal Your Gut
3. Eat Clean Foods
4. Drink Filtered Water
5. Enjoy Frequent Meals
6. Nourish Your Liver
7. Defecate Every Day
8. Break a Sweat
9. Bounce & Brush
10. Relax & Breath

Make The Turn Nutrition Facilitate by CNK. 

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