5 habits that help your body detox


When our detoxification organs like the liver and kidneys are overwhelmed, it's time for a detox program. With the following 5 habits, you'll help your body detox.
You've been drinking, eating, and partying too much? Then it's high time for a detox cure. In doing so, you completely abstain from foods that over acidify your body, such as meat, cheese, white flour, sweets, alcohol, coffee, and green tea for a while. With the following 6 small habits, you support your organs in detoxing.

1. wake up with lemon water
Lemon water is always a good idea - but especially as a lukewarm drink shortly after waking up. The vitamins, minerals, and nutrients in lemon get your brain going and boost your immune system. Just one glass of healing water also boosts your defenses and prevents inflammation in your body. And last but not least: The fiber it contains makes you feel fuller for longer.

2. exercise regularly
Regular exercise and sports will speed up your metabolism. Sweating helps to eliminate toxins through the skin. Active physical activity has a tremendous detoxifying effect and is more effective than passive detox methods like saunas. It doesn't matter if you go for a walk or ride a bike: even a little exercise will help your body detoxify.

3. rely on broccoli
Broccoli has many antioxidants and contains a large number of enzymes and nutrients that support the digestive system. Also, eating the vegetable is said to stimulate the body to produce the cancer-fighting substance I3C - thus reducing the risk of cancer. Well, if that's not a reason to go for the miracle vegetable at least once a week.

4. dry brushing helps detoxification
A quarter of the toxins that burden your body are excreted every day through the largest organ: the skin. If you massage your skin with a brush, you stimulate this process. The lymphatic system can work better, so the detoxification process is faster. Dry brushing the skin also gets the blood circulation going, removes dead skin cells, and thus promotes cell renewal.

5. take a sodium bicarbonate bath
Fall and winter are just around the corner - making it the ideal time to soak in a bath. However, don't forget to add half a cup of bath salts and one cup of baking soda to the water. The reason: baking soda is alkaline and neutralizes the acids on the skin. How does it work? It raises the pH of your bathwater. The salt also has an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect on the body - and ensures that the skin is supplied with blood.


 

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