It would appear that toxic chemicals and pesticides are a given in our daily lives. Environmental pollutants and toxins can build up in the body, slowing the body’s natural cleansing processes. They’re in the foods we eat (unless you consume organic foods all the time), the air we breathe, the clothes we wear, the deodorant and shampoo you use. But, there are steps you can take to greatly reduce your exposure to them and help counteract the damage they may cause.
1)When possible, eat organic vegetables and fruits. Some will argue that these items cost too much, but in the long run they’re more affordable than you may realize. If you don’t eat these items, you could run risk of health issues that’ll ultimately cost more than the organic fruits and vegetables. Better yet, if you have space, you can grow your own fruits and vegetables.
2)Switch to natural cleaning products, pesticides and insecticides. Essential oils can be used for a variety of these purposes and don’t contain harmful chemicals.
3)Take a Whole Foods Supplement instead of synthetic vitamins. Visit http://www.LifeWasMeantToBeGood.com to purchase supplements that are made from nature made foods opposed to chemicals and synthetics. Again, the cost is a bit more than synthetics, but you’re getting quality and REAL products and not simply popping synthetic made supplements.
4)If you have a juicer, USE IT! Fresh carrot juice and other juices are great and they are available for the body to use much faster than consuming raw carrots or other vegetables. By juicing, your body has instant access to the benefits
5)Make sure you have regular bowel movements. Some people think it’s ok or normal to go to the bathroom once a day. Your body rids itself of waste and toxins when you have a bowel movement. You ‘should’ have at least 3 bowel movements daily. To ensure this, eat plenty of fruits and vegetables and whole grains. Meat and animal products can stay in your system for 72 to 96 hours before they transition through the body. So, eat plenty of fiber filled fruits and vegetables that act like a brook sweeping through your intestines and keeping things moving into the colon for evacuation, ridding your body of waste efficiently and rapidly.
6)Ensure you get plenty of fresh air and exercise for a healthy body.
7)If you work or live around pollutants, you may want to consider doing a complete body detox or an Enviro Detox which you can purchase at http://www.mynsp.com/betotallyhealthy/products/guide.aspx?stockNum=874