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Everything needs cleaned or detoxed

“Healing occurs when the life-sustaining systems of the body function at peak performance“. Every once in a while, everyone needs to cleanse themselves of all toxins. Our environment today is filled with toxic wastes! The chemical industry continues to fill the earth of its poison toxins, but they seem to keep their business very quiet. Dr. Christina Scott-Mancrieff’s book “Detox” says that toxins affect our thinking, make us exhausted, give us headaches, make us frustrated, and even make us angry.

Toxic foods include: Tea or coffee, sodas and other carbonated drinks, processed meals, white bread, artificial sweeteners, non-organic fruits and vegetables (not washed or peeled), and processed meats. These are a few toxins that can affect our environment: The city, sprayed areas (plants, etc), chlorinated water, dry-cleaned clothing, old plumbing, pesticides, bleach, laundry detergent, household cleaners, and disinfectant.

A simple detox plan consists of this: increasing your water intake (Keeps the fluids moving, flushes your kidneys), adding a tablespoon of chlorophyll to two glasses of water a day (antiseptic, removes mucous from the body), Brushing your skin before you shower, stroking towards the heart (stimulates skin to purge toxins). Drink organic juice one day per week (carrot or green vegetable), eat a large organic salad to help with your digestion, drink spirulina, barley, or wheatgrass drink to add oxygen and eliminate toxins from the body, take an Epsom salt baths, or step into a sauna (sweat your toxins out), get a polarity lymphatic massage. You can cleanse your colon by eating foods such as grains, organic fruits and veggies, taking certain herbs and digestive enzymes.

 

Everything needs cleaned or detoxed

“Healing occurs when the life-sustaining systems of the body function at peak performance“. Every once in a while, everyone needs to cleanse themselves of all toxins. Our environment today is filled with toxic wastes! The chemical industry continues to fill the earth of its poison toxins, but they seem to keep their business very quiet. Dr. Christina Scott-Mancrieff’s book “Detox” says that toxins affect our thinking, make us exhausted, give us headaches, make us frustrated, and even make us angry.

Toxic foods include: Tea or coffee, sodas and other carbonated drinks, processed meals, white bread, artificial sweeteners, non-organic fruits and vegetables (not washed or peeled), and processed meats. These are a few toxins that can affect our environment: The city, sprayed areas (plants, etc), chlorinated water, dry-cleaned clothing, old plumbing, pesticides, bleach, laundry detergent, household cleaners, and disinfectant.

A simple detox plan consists of this: increasing your water intake (Keeps the fluids moving, flushes your kidneys), adding a tablespoon of chlorophyll to two glasses of water a day (antiseptic, removes mucous from the body), Brushing your skin before you shower, stroking towards the heart (stimulates skin to purge toxins). Drink organic juice one day per week (carrot or green vegetable), eat a large organic salad to help with your digestion, drink spirulina, barley, or wheatgrass drink to add oxygen and eliminate toxins from the body, take an Epsom salt baths, or step into a sauna (sweat your toxins out), get a polarity lymphatic massage. You can cleanse your colon by eating foods such as grains, organic fruits and veggies, taking certain herbs and digestive enzymes.

 

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