Have you ever thought about doing a cleanse or wondered if you need one?
Ask your self these questions:
1) Do you experience constipation? (Constipation is having less than one bowel movement per meal.)
2) Do you need to lose more than 10 or more pounds?
3) Are you sensitive to certain foods?
4) Do you have bad breath?
5) Do you crave sweets?
6) Do you rarely exercise?
7) Do you suffer from acne or dark spots?
8) Do you eat yogurt, cheese, milk or other dairy products?
9) Are you addicted to caffeine?
If you answered “yes” to 3 or more of these questions a whole body cleanse may be beneficial to you.
Even if you didn’t answer yes to 3 or more but you need to lose weight, can’t wake up without your morning coffee or tea, or experience constipation a cleanse may help you!
A Whole Body Cleanse focuses on the key filtering organs: liver, gallbladder, kidneys and colon.
- The Liver: Your first line of defense against toxins is your liver, which acts like a filter in preventing toxic substances contained in foods from passing into your blood stream.
- The Colon: This organ has bacteria that produce both healthy and unhealthy chemicals. You want to keep your colon flowing regularly since its main role is to flush out toxic chemicals before they can do you any harm.
- The Kidneys: Like clockwork, the kidneys are constantly filtering your blood and getting rid of toxins in the form of urine.
- The Gallbladder: The gall bladder is a hollow organ supplying bile to the digestive tract that is mainly used to emulsify fats and oils.
The kidneys, bladder, colon, liver and gall bladder all work together to eliminate toxins. When they don’t do their job, toxins get stuck in the organs and cause trouble for the cells. Cells under stress tend to work less efficiently. A body cleanse dislodges the built-up waste, allowing the immune system to fully reap the benefits of nutrients. Additionally, toxins can be present throughout the body. A natural body cleanse helps the body get rid of the extra toxins, which will help build your immune system.
Make sure you check with your primary care physician if you are on medication before you start a whole body cleanse.