Remove Toxins to Lose Weight Fast and Feel Healthier

When trying to lose weight and feel healthier, one of the things people don't automatically think about is that your body may be full of toxins. The air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, all these can contribute to an increase of internal toxins. Releasing these toxins is an essential part of losing the weight, feeling lighter and healthier.

The first step to releasing toxins is to ensure you have frequent bowel movements. Women should be having 1 & 2 bowel movements daily, men should be having 3 (as men usually eat more than women). It's so important to our health that we be dumping and cleansing through frequent bowel movements. If you're not, then you need to increase your soluble and non-soluble fibre intake. This will help to bulk up the stool and aid in elimination. 

The next step is to ensure that your diet is rich in fresh raw fruits and vegetables. You need the antioxidants in the raw produce to detoxify the free radicals that run through our systems. I realize that with our busy lives, it isn't always easy to get these into our diets. 

Finally, there is detoxification. By releasing the toxins from all your major organs such as the liver, the kidneys, the lungs, digestive tract, lymphatic system and the skin you can help with losing weight due to releasing the toxins from these organs.

Another way of cleansing is by using a Far Infrared Sauna. This can be a great complement to a weight-loss program, especially for those who are unable to exercise.These saunas cause vigorous sweating and increased heart rates, which is great for cardiovascular health and sweating is a natural way of detoxing through the perspiration, especially the toxins that are stored in the fat just beneath the skin's surface.

When starting a weight-loss program, it is important to cleanse the body of toxins first. It is necessary not only for weight-loss, but for a general sense of healthy & well-being.

To Your Health & Wellness!

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Dr. Janine Bowring

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