How Detox Can Help Your Digestion
Much has and can be said about detox and its benefits for overall health. But can it help you with your tummy troubles? I believe so and here’s how. WATCH HERE!
- Digestion of the food
- Transferring nutrition to the cells of your body
- Processing waste and eliminating it from the body
- Serves as a drain pipe for waste and toxic substances absorbed through our lungs and skin.
- Serves as a home forbeneficial
- Produce a number of nutrients that boost your immune system
How a detox can restore digestive balance:
- Helps bring the colon back to life by stimulating the muscle movement of the colon
- Soothes and promotes the healing of the lining of the full gastrointestinal (GI) tract.
- Helps stimulate the body’s healing mechanisms.
- Draws old fecal matter off the walls of the colon
- Removes heavy metals
- Helps clean the gallbladder, bile ducts and liver.
- Optimizes the growth of beneficial bacteria
- Draws out toxins
- Destroys and expel parasites
- Maintains regularity.
- Speed up the transit time of feces through the large intestine.
The last time back in the early 2000 – 2001 I went to a Naturopathic Doctor to assist me. I tried a moderate detox with herbs, shakes and a very different diet for all of my meals. I was extremely sick and exhausted after the detox for a day or two. I quit because of the side effects. I had an extreme allergic reaction and had to get a injection to stop the extreme hives/rash. Love, Stacey Hall
Those are very normal symptoms during a detox and they could be a sign of pollution within your system. That’s why most people quit after a few days/weeks of clean eating. If you had an extreme reaction, it was wise to quit and check in with your doctors. Most people that push through, end up feeling amazing afterwards for weeks!
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