5 Ways I Detox Everyday
First things first, i have never been able to do a juice cleanse. Hats off to you if you've completed one, I go crazy trying to do them. I’ve paid for a full day cleanse and ordered a burrito at 9pm.
So instead of doing a cleanse, I like to do these 5 things everyday to make sure I’m constantly detoxing. Because why wait to detox once a year, or once every couple weeks when you can be doing things EVERYDAY to help you feel awesome.
I start my day with a HUGE mason jar full of room temperature water and chlorophyll.
Before coffee, before food, I have a big ass glass of green water. Chlorophyll rids the body of environmental toxins, heavy metals, herbicides, and pesticide. It also increases oxygen content and purifies your blood. I use a dropper of chlorophyll that also has some mint extract in it. If you are going to do just one thing, this should be it.
I make getting fiber a priority.
I wish people cared as much about fiber as they do about protein. To the point: fiber keeps you regular. When you don’t eat enough fiber you may become constipated, irregular, and feel kinda sluggish. Besides keeping things moving, eating enough fiber helps move harmful carcinogens through the digestive tract.
Either by working out or sitting in a sauna. Sweating helps release toxins through your skin. There’s been studies that have shown heavy metals like arsenic, lead, and mercury in sweat. Gross. Just be sure to shower right after. If you sit around in your sweaty clothes you will reabsorb all the toxins you just sweated out.
I wind down with magnesium.
Some people have their glass of wine at night, I have a glass of magnesium. Sometimes I’ll get fancy and put it in a wine glass. I’m a big fan of Calm. Magnesium moves oxygen through your body and gently loosens toxins and waste in your colon and then helps you eliminate them. When you first start taking a magnesium supplement start small. Too much can make you feel bloated and have diaherrea. Not fun.
Ok guys, hope you can start incorporating some of these into your daily routine. Little changes can make some big results.