Monday, October 23, 2017

Fіbrосуѕtіс Brеаѕt Dіѕеаѕе

Fіbrосуѕtіс brеаѕt dіѕеаѕе (FBD) іѕ сhаrасtеrіѕеd bу thе рrеѕеnсе оf multірlе суѕtѕ (fluіd-fіllеd росkеtѕ) іn thе brеаѕtѕ. It іѕ thоught tо аffесt аbоut 30% оf рrеmеnораuѕаl wоmеn, wіth ѕuffеrеrѕ uѕuаllу соmрlаіnіng оf раіnful, lumру brеаѕtѕ, whісh аrе gеnеrаllу wоrѕе јuѕt bеfоrе а реrіоd. Thе
соndіtіоn іѕ rеlаtеd tо rаіѕеd lеvеlѕ оf thе hоrmоnе оеѕtrоgеn іn thе bоdу, whісh іѕ whу іt uѕuаllу ѕubѕіdеѕ аftеr thе tіmе оf mеnораuѕе (whеn оеѕtrоgеn lеvеlѕ fаll). Oссаѕіоnаllу, FBD саn bе аѕѕосіаtеd wіth lоw thуrоіd glаnd funсtіоn. Thіѕ аѕѕосіаtіоn іѕ mоrе lіkеlу іf thе ѕuffеrеr аlѕо hаѕ ѕуmрtоmѕ ѕuсh аѕ ѕеnѕіtіvіtу tо соld, соld hаndѕ аnd/оr fееt, fаtіguе, wеіght gаіn аnd drу ѕkіn. Althоugh thе суѕtѕ thаt саuѕе thе lumріnеѕѕ іn FBD аrе bеnіgn (nоn-саnсеrоuѕ), аnу wоmаn wіth а lumр оr lumрѕ іn hеr brеаѕt ѕhоuld hаvе thіѕ аѕѕеѕѕеd bу а dосtоr.

It іѕ wеll knоwn thаt thе ѕуmрtоmѕ оf FBD аrе mаdе wоrѕе bу thе соnѕumрtіоn оf саffеіnе аnd саffеіnе-lіkе ѕubѕtаnсеѕ fоund іn соffее, tеа, саffеіnаtеd ѕоft drіnkѕ аnd сhосоlаtе. Studіеѕ ѕhоw thаt соmрlеtе аbѕtіnеnсе frоm thеѕе fооdѕtuffѕ, саn bе vеrу hеlрful іn соntrоllіng thе ѕуmрtоmѕ оf FBD. A hіgh fіbrе dіеt ѕhоuld bе еаtеn, аѕ thіѕ mау hеlр tо rеduсе оеѕtrоgеn lеvеlѕ іn thе bоdу. Exсеѕѕ оеѕtrоgеn іѕ еlіmіnаtеd vіа thе bоwеl, аnd thе mоrе rаріdlу fооd аnd wаѕtе раѕѕ thrоugh thе іntеѕtіnе, thе lеѕѕ орроrtunіtу thеrе іѕ fоr оеѕtrоgеn tо bе rеаbѕоrbеd bасk іntо thе bоdу. A lоw-fаt dіеt саn аlѕо rеduсе оеѕtrоgеn lеvеlѕ іn thе blооd, аnd а соuрlе оf ѕtudіеѕ hаvе ѕhоwn thаt thіѕ саn lеаd tо а rеduсtіоn іn ѕуmрtоmѕ аftеr 3 – 6 mоnthѕ.

Studіеѕ ѕhоw thаt vіtаmіn E саn bе vеrу еffесtіvе іn rеlіеvіng thе ѕуmрtоmѕ оf FBD, thоugh hоw іt dоеѕ thіѕ іѕ nоt undеrѕtооd аt рrеѕеnt. 400 - 600 IU оf vіtаmіn E ѕhоuld bе tаkеn еасh dау fоr ѕеvеrаl mоnthѕ. Anоthеr nutrіеnt thаt саn hеlр rеlіеvе thе ѕуmрtоmѕ оf FBD іѕ еvеnіng рrіmrоѕе оіl, whісh
hаѕ аntі-іnflаmmаtоrу аnd hоrmоnе-bаlаnсіng еffесtѕ іn thе bоdу. Thе nоrmаl rесоmmеndеd dоѕе іѕ 1 g, thrее tіmеѕ а dау.

Anоthеr nаturаl rеmеdу fоr thе trеаtmеnt оf FBD іѕ thе hеrb Agnuѕ саѕtuѕ. Thіѕ hеrb ѕееmѕ tо hаvе thе аbіlіtу tо іnсrеаѕе рrоgеѕtеrоnе рrоduсtіоn. Prоgеѕtеrоnе bаlаnсеѕ thе еffесtѕ оf оеѕtrоgеn іn thе bоdу, аnd іn ѕо dоіng саn hеlр tо аllеvіаtе thе ѕуmрtоmѕ оf FBD. 40 drорѕ оf соnсеntrаtеd Agnuѕ саѕtuѕ lіquіd (еіthеr fluіd еxtrасt оr tіnсturе) ѕhоuld bе tаkеn еасh mоrnіng.

Source of Information : 172 natual Halth Herbal Medicine and Traditional Medicine by Terry D. Clark

Sunday, October 22, 2017

DETOX MUST-HAVE’s: ALPHA-LISTING OF SOURCES/CAUSES TOXIC SUBSTANCES AND ELEMENTS TO AVOID AND/OR GET RID OF

Acesulfame K
 SOURCES : puddings, chewing gum, non-dairy creamers, instant coffee mixes, tea mixes, gelatin desserts
 common sugar substitute
 can contribute/cause cancer in some individuals


Acetone / Acetaldehyde
 SOURCES : nail polish remover, nail polish
 Dimethylketone, 2-Propanone, Beta-Ketopropane
 Inhaled, into bloodstream and organs, Irritant
 Can contribute/cause headaches, confusion, increased pulse rate, blood, nausea, vomiting and unconsciousness, and even coma, shortens the menstrual cycle in women, kidney, liver and nerve damage, increased birth defects, metabolic changes, cancer


Alcohol
 SOURCES : mouthwash, astringent, toothpaste, cleansers.
 Too much of a good thing is never good for you! Known to cause oral cancer in some individuals


Alkyl-phenol Ethoxylades
 SOURCES : shampoo and bubble bath.
 reduce sperm count
 leaves skin more susceptible to damage
 skin cancer


Aluminum
 SOURCES : anti-perspirant deodorants
 nervous system damage
 Alzheimer


Ammonium Glycolate
 SOURCES : Body Lotions
 increase risk of sunburn and skin cancer
 intensifying UV exposures in deep skin layers.
 itching, burning, scaling, hives, and blistering of skin
 chemicals that reach the bloodstream increases


Ammonium Persulfate
 SOURCES : hair color and bleaching kits
 Affects your immunity
 Could cause itching, burning, scaling, hives, and blistering of skin,
 lung problems, asthma attacks airway passage type difficulties


Aspartame
 SOURCES : sugar substitutes, shaving gel and diet sodas.
 Can cause dizziness, headaches and even seizures
 Alters brain function


Bentonite (Clay)
 SOURCES : soaps, facial masks and cosmetics.
 Affects your skin, not allowing it to breathe and causes build-up,
 trapping the toxins in the largest organ of your body
 causing all types of problems


Benzene
 SOURCES : detergents, drugs, pesticides and adhesives.
 Inhalant risk
 can cause headaches, rapid heart rate, tremors, confusion, unconsciousness and death.
 Hodgkin’s and Lymphomas

Benzoic Acid
 SOURCES : food preservative, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, canned goods.
 affects nervous system
 severe eye and skin irritant


Benzoic / Benzyl / Benzene
 SOURCES : shower gels, shampoos, bubble bath.
 carcinogens
 endocrine disruptor
 cause birth defects


BHA – BHT
 SOURCES : preservatives, canned foods and body products.
 carcinogenic


Bronopol
 SOURCES : Body and personal care products
 formaldehyde, carcinogenic nitrosamines


Butylparaben
 SOURCES : Body and personal care products
 breast cancer risk, endocrine disruptor
 can cause infertility or development problems, cancers, itching burning and blistering of skin.


Carboxymethylcellulose
 SOURCES: cosmetics
 Risk of inhalation and chemical pneumonitis.


Coal Tar Dyes
 SOURCES: bubble bath, hair dye, dandruff shampoo, toothpaste and foods.
 Can cause potentially severe allergic reactions, asthma attacks, headaches, nausea, fatigue, lack of concentration, nervousness,
 increased risk of Hodgkin’s disease, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and multiple myeloma.


Cocamidopropyl Betaine
 SOURCES : body products made from coconut (natural or organic)
 itching, burning and blistering of skin
 Synthetic


Coumarin
 SOURCES : rat poison, deodorants, shampoos, skin fresheners and everyday perfumes.
 Carcinogenic
 SOURCES : Lip gloss, polish remover, nail polish, bath oil/salts/soak, body spray, moisturizer, lipstick, styling gel/lotion, bar soap, after sun products, cologne, nail treatment and eye products
 Chemical foreign to the body, colorant


DEA: Diethanolamine
 SOURCES : shampoos, soaps, hairsprays and sunscreens,
 Additive, wetting or thickening agent
 blocks absorption of choline for fetal brain development


Ethylacrylate
 SOURCES : mascara
 cancer


Hydroabietyl Alcohol, TEA: Tea, Triethanolamine
 SOURCES : styling gel/lotions, cosmetics.
 tremors, nausea, heart palpitations and nervousness allergic reactions including eye problems, dry hair and skin


DEA-based detergents , NDEA
 SOURCES : shampoos, skin cream, bubble bath, shaving gel, conditioner, and lotions, preservative
 liver and kidney
 nitrosating agents
 carcinogen
 Additive and chemical compound, toxin used to adjust pH balance and convert acid to salt


Diacetyl
 SOURCES : Microwave popcorn
 lung conditions like bronchiolitis obliterans


Dibutyl phthalate (DBP)
 SOURCES : nail polish
 long-term fertility issues in newborn boys


Dimethicone
 SOURCES : lotions, creams and body products, personal care products
 silicone type of emollient
 Trapping toxins in and on the skin
 tumors and accumulation in the liver and lymph nodes


Disodium EDTA
 SOURCES : Various cosmetic products
 Risk of being swallowed or inhaled
 irritation to skin, eyes and respiratory tract


Elastin
 SOURCES : facial creams and body lotions.
 Traps moisture and does not allow skin to breathe and excrete toxins naturally


Fluoride
 SOURCES : Toothpastes
 May contain lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic.
 carcinogenic that accumulates, even forms bone-deposits that can be deadly


Formaldehyde
 SOURCES : Nail products, baby shampoo, bubble bath, deodorants, perfume,
cologne, hair dye, mouthwash, toothpaste, and hair spray. carcinogen and neurotoxin
 Risk of being swallowed, absorbed through skin, or inhaled
 spasms, edema, chemical pneumonitis


Fragrances (Synthetic)
 SOURCES : perfumes
 toxic chemicals like methylene chloride
 carcinogenic and/or known neurotoxins.


Glycolic Acid
 SOURCES : creams, lotions, and cosmetics. penetration enhancer
 Toxins are then allowed into the bloodstream, skin or sense organs more and faster
 itching, burning, scaling, hives, and blistering of skin
 neurotoxin, kidney toxicant, gastrointestinal or liver


GMO/Genetically Modified Organism
 SOURCES : foods like corn, soy, and tomatoes, body products
 plants, animals or foods, genetically modified, created or changed


High Fructose Corn Syrup/HFCS
 SOURCES : Most refined, processed FOODS, sweets, candies, baked goods and more
 heart disease, raised blood levels (cholesterol, triglycerides)
 Clotting and aging accelerants


Hydrogenated/Partially Hydrogenated Oils
 SOURCES : partially hydrogenated oils, margarines, spreads and other food sources
 Excessive trans fats
 diseases like multiple sclerosis, allergies, even arthritis


Hydroquinone
 SOURCES : skin lightening products, hair dyes
 chemical toxin and harmful skin structure altering agent
 inhibits the production of Melanin
 skin cancers


Hydroxy-methyl-cellulose
 SOURCES : cosmetics
 chemical pneumonitis.


Isobutylparaben
 SOURCES : Body and personal care products
 breast cancer risk
 Itching, burning and blistering of skin Isopropyl Alcohol
 SOURCES : Various cosmetic and beauty products, personal care and body products
 Can cause flushing, pulse rate decrease, blood pressure lowering, anesthesia, narcosis, headache, dizziness, mental depression, drowsiness, hallucinations, distorted perceptions, respiratory depression, nausea, vomiting and coma.


Kajoic Acid
 SOURCES : skin lightening products
 inhibits melanin production
 Skin damage and cancer.


Kaolin (Clay)
 SOURCES : face powders and cosmetics.
 Harms, alters and damages skin, not allowing it to breather and excrete toxins properly


Lacquer
 SOURCE : mascara
 Eye-lashes can fall out for some individuals, irritant


Lanolin
 SOURCES : Body products, lotions, creams, personal care products
 carcinogenic pesticides such as DDT, lindane, dieldrin and other neurotoxins form part of the formula
 can cause rashes


Lye
 SOURCES : bars of soap
 dry and damage skin


Magnesium Stearate
 SOURCES: medicines, pills, pharmaceuticals, foods, talcum powder, ammunition, drying agent in paints phosphatidyl choline
 collapses cell membranes
 kills T-Cells
 breaks down the immune system


Methylisothiazoline, or MIT
 SOURCES : some shampoo
 neurological damage from prolonged use is not uncommon


Mineral Oil
 SOURCES : Make-ups, cosmetics and beauty products like blush, baby oil, lotions, foundation and creams.
 clogs pores
 locks in toxins, suffocates and dries skin
 inhibits your skins natural oil production
 increases dehydration
 testicular tumors in the fetus
 deposits and accumulation in the lymph nodes
 prevents absorption of vitamin A from the intestines


Monosodium Glutamate/MSG
 SOURCES : Flavoring, additive in many foods
 excitotoxin
 nerve damage and allergic reactions


Neotame
 SOURCES : soft drinks, prescription drugs, most if not all processed foods Type of sweetener, artificial, like aspartame
 Ingredients and elements include aspartic acid, phenylalanine, and a methyl esther
 brain lesions and neuroendocrine disorders


Nitrate – Nitrite
 SOURCES : high temperature-frying
 The real danger here is nitrosamines
 cancer-causing chemical
 stomach cancer.


Olestra
 SOURCES : many fat-free and low-fat, convenience foods
 Flushes nutrients (essential) out from the body


Paraffin
 SOURCES : still found in some cosmetics and food
 Cancer causing element


PEG Stearates
 SOURCES : cosmetics, creams and foods
 cancer, health problems


PEG, PEG-12 Distearate
 SOURCES : harmful creams, lotions, cosmetics and foods.
 carcinogen, estrogen mimic and endocrine disruptor


PEG-80 Sorbitan Laurate
 SOURCES : cosmetics, gels, creams, lotions and foods.
 gastrointestinal or liver toxicity


Petroleum
 SOURCES : lotions, skin creams, and body jelly, even some medications
 suffocates skin, traps toxins in the body, and clogs pores.


Phenoxyethanol
 SOURCES : excretion of body product toxins and disposal of cosmetics
 reproductive or developmental harm to fetus
 reduced fertility
 irritant
 potential risks to wildlife and environment


Phthalates
 SOURCES : vinyl flooring, plastic wallpaper, and children’s toys, perfume, hair spray, deodorant, nail polish, hair gel, mousse, body and hand lotion.
 Damage to organs and systems in the body like, liver, lungs, kidneys and reproductive system
 Affects processes and growth like forming testes


Polyethylene Glycol /PEG
 SOURCES : cosmetics, body products, foods, lotions.
 eye irritant, carcinogenic
 severe acidosis, central nervous system damage, congestion, convulsions, mutations.


Polypropylene
 SOURCES : lipstick, mascara, baby soap, eye shadow.
 carcinogen


Polyquaternium-7
 SOURCES : body and personal care products
 cancer , health problems


Potassium Bromate
 SOURCES : used in bread and baked goods
 Known carcinogenic


Propylene Glycol
 SOURCES : shaving gel, lotions, shampoo, conditioners, foods, deodorant.
 kidney damage, liver abnormalities, inhibits skin cell growth, damages cell membranes causing rashes, surface damage and dry skin.
 Bloodstream and organs absorb it
 acidosis, central nervous system damage and congestion, convulsions, mutations, and surface EEG changes
 Petroleum derivative
 AVOID contact with eyes, skin and clothing
 irritation of nasal passages, ingestion can cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.


Propylparaben
 SOURCES : Body care products, cosmetics
 breast cancer risk
 endocrine disruptor
 impaired fertility or development
 cancers, itching burning and blistering of skin, gastrointestinal or liver toxicity
 poisonous and moderately toxic

Quaternium-7, 15, 31, 60 etc.
 SOURCES : body care and beauty products
 skin rashes and allergic reactions
 multiple myeloma, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and other cancers.


Sodium Chloride
 SOURCES : table salt in it basic form, shampoo, cosmetic and other product thickener
 eye irritation, some hair loss, and dry and itchy skin


Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate
 SOURCES : facial moisturizer, facial cleanser, facial treatments, skin fading and lightening products, anti-aging products, eye makeup remover, concealer, makeup remover, around eye cream, acne treatment, shampoo, conditioner, styling lotion and gel, styling mousse and foam, hair spray, and even hair relaxer.
 cancer, health problems


Sodium Nitrite
 SOURCES : Preservative in meat
 leukemia, brain tumors and other forms of cancer


Soy
 SOURCES : foods and drinks, supplements et al.
 naturally occurring compounds at times toxic to humans and animals
 blocks calcium and can cause vitamin D deficiencies
 contains MSG in them
 may cause neurological problems
 inhibit thyroid function
 lead to fatigue and mental issues
 autoimmune thyroid disease , even liver disease


SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulphate)
 SOURCES : toothpaste, soap, shampoo, body wash, bubble bath, facial cleansers.
 seeps into the heart, lungs, brain and liver through the skin and hair follicles hair loss, damages immune system
 derived from coconut oil


SLES (Sodium Laureth Sulfate)
 SOURCES: shampoo, toothpaste, bubble bath, body wash, soap. carcinogenic nitrosamines
 hair loss when it is applied to scalp


Stearalkonium Chloride
 SOURCES : hair conditioners.
 allergic reactions


Sulfites
 SOURCES : Occurring naturally in raw potatoes, wine and dried fruit (banned from other foods)
 asthmatic reactions that can even be severe or deadly


Talc
 SOURCES : blush, condoms, baby powder, feminine powders, foot and body powders.
 Carcinogenic
 fallopian tube fibrosis


Toluene
 SOURCES : nail polish and cleaning products
 Poison . highly toxic
 causes hallucinations, bone marrow changes, may cause liver and kidney damage
 birth defects, endocrine disruptor and potential carcinogen that has been linked to brain cancer
 irritates respiratory tract


Triclosan
 SOURCES : antibacterial soaps and toothpaste products
 reacts with chlorine in the tap water to create Chloroform
 contributes to cancer
 AVOID THE FUMES, inhaling or breathing it


Zinc Stearate
 SOURCES : blush and powder foundation
 carcinogen

Source of Information : Complete Body Detox Guide to Better Health

Saturday, October 21, 2017

WHO SHOULD DEFINITELY NOT ATTEMPT DETOX ON THEIR OWN

Although there are many a great benefit to be had from these processes and procedures of ridding your body of harmful toxins, caution is the name of the game all-round! Those that should rather consult with a physician or treatment professional PRIOR to starting a DETOX, include:

 taking a PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION
 chronically ill
 compromised immune system or blood disease
 Infants, young children
 kidney or liver issue patients
 pregnant and/or nursing women
 the elderly
 those addicted to drugs or alcohol
 those suffering from a serious disease
 those who has been exposed to dangerous chemicals, heavy metals or radioactive material

Do not be blind to the risks, see the potential, promise and seize the opportunity to DETOX! Ready yourself and plan, stacking the odds in your favor to succeed and stick to your plan, reach your goal.

Manage your DETOX symptoms and manifestations as your body reaches its optimal balanced state yet again, getting rid or and expelling the toxins. This could include minor discomforts, like headaches, fatigue, queasiness and discomfort. They will pass or in some cases, yours will not even be that profound or may become severe. If you feel at any point during your detox process that you are uncomfortable or at risk, seek out the help of a medical practitioner to see you through it and/or stop giving your body time to re-adjust and change gear!

Educate and empower yourself as to what you and your family are using and putting into your bodies on a regular, daily basis and over time and choose to live healthy!

Every day use and products we are surrounded with pose dangers we are either unaware of or do not pay enough attention to – this proves you’re your system will be in serious need of periodic, initial and regular detoxification to CLEAN, CLEAR, CLEANSE, flush and rid your system or these harmful elements.

Source of Information : Complete Body Detox Guide to Better Health

Friday, October 20, 2017

There are many faces and iterations, forms and processed to DETOXIFICATION

Some, any or all of the following might be at play and considered, at work and even
interacting, complementing and supporting the overall process, outcome, success and
results, level of efficiency :

 improving the body’s overall abilities to handle toxic substances and harmful elements

 applying to BOTH elements from within and without metabolic and/or environmental,

 strengthen immune and other internal organs and system

 protecting the body and health

 Avoiding toxins

 Mastering on-going and improved detoxification processes

 improving and/or protecting healing, health and well-being

 Totally avoiding all harmful or potential allergens or toxins might not be realistic or even possible, healthy or feasible and should NOT become and obsession of sorts

 Healthy eating, balanced living and good nutrition, supplementing, activity and exercise are all part of this recipe and equation for success As we continue to learn about refining and improving efficient detoxification mechanisms, we make it a priority to holistically and deliberately work on our health and well-being, NOT JUST FOCUS ON TOXINS AND GETTING RID OF THEM.

 Individualized supplementation, diet and choice also matter

 Optimal and peak performance will have different meanings for different people and NO TWO DETOX processes and procedures will be the same for any individual!

Source of Information : Complete Body Detox Guide to Better Health

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Detoxification efforts

There are also many other things you can change/alter, adjust or avoid in your life and
lifestyle, choices and habits:
 Chlorinated water – use less

 Eating too quickly, on the run, poor digestion of food from various causes and/or poor elimination of waste products, being irregular not advisable.

 Exposure to different forms of radiation (i.e., x-rays, electromagnetic and more) should be cut down to the minimum

 Over-stressed, taking too much steroids and NSAIDS can kills off healthy bacteria in the body

 Over-use of antibiotics lessening your natural responses and resilience

 Unhealthy diet, not enough fiber and liquid (water) in your diet, gas and indigestion, types of food you eat should be changed to be more healthy, varied, natural and balanced, from all food groups to ensure optimal health and wellbeing.


There are many places in and throughout the body where you can focus your detoxification efforts and attention. Here are just some of them:
 Gastrointestinal - liver, gallbladder, colon, and the entire GI tract

 Lymphatic - lymph channels and lymph nodes

 Respiratory - lungs, bronchial tubes, throat, sinuses, and nose

 Skin and dermal- sweat and sebaceous glands and tears

 Urinary - kidneys, bladder, and urethra


The following diets, nutritional and eating plans can be classified and described as potential detoxifying-friendly diets.
 Diuretic Diet - Using natural diuretics to alleviate fluid retention.

 Fat Flush Diet - Popular 3 phase diet plan

 Lemonade Diet - The Master Cleanser Diet

 Liquid Diets - Liquid or Juice-only diets, short-term detox programs and initiatives

 Liver Cleansing Diet - focused in on liver function, health and disease

 Raw Food Diet - A generic diet advocating consumption of raw, uncooked food only.


When you do decide to DETOX, ask yourself the following questions:
 Age-group
 Medical condition
 Reason for detox
 Method to follow
 Activity and fitness level
 Weight
 Any diseases, illnesses or immune disorders
 Nursing or pregnant

Answers to these initial questions will help you BETTER assess the most appropriate level of detoxification that might work its magic for you.

Fasting, moderate, blitz, improving digestion and cleansing, flushing of one, more or all of your system(s) and body of harmful toxin build-up, all the way up to supervised clinical detox.

Taking control of your environment both inside and out and outside in, will help you better live, healthier, longer, more in-balance and toxin-free! Improving your well-being and even potentially your longevity and quality of life. DETOX can make a difference if done right.

Source of Information : Complete Body Detox Guide to Better Health

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

A CHECKLIST FOR A SUCCESSFUL DETOXIFICATION (DETOX)

 Collaborate with an expert! DO NOT GO THE JOURNEY ALONE. Educate and empower yourself with knowledge, skill, know how and how to’s to detox successfully. Have a plan of action and prepare your body for what lies ahead.

 You can even try and select a holistic healing practitioner or wellness partner who is experienced with detoxification techniques

 Review and evaluate your reasons, rationale, need and timing for your detox and cleansing processes.

 Be realistic in your expectations about detox and do not expect instant miracle cures!

 Pick the technique of detox that works best for you and your situation. Just because it works for someone else, does not necessarily mean that it will work for you. There are no guarantees.

 Schedule time for your detox and be aware of the symptoms that you might develop and things to do during this time, what to do in case of discomfort or feeling lousy!

 Make sure you have support throughout the process

 Allow yourself some rest and relaxation in-between and after a detox or purge.

 Sustain your results over time, strengthen your body and live well! Those are the real outcomes and measures of success for DETOX with a difference.

Source of Information : Complete Body Detox Guide to Better Health

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

To optimize your chances at successfully DETOXIFYING YOUR BODY

 Plan and prepare well

 Spend some time, attention and effort on getting the Food and Nutrition aspect of your diet, habit and life ready, real and HEALTHY!

 Focus on your overall well-being, doing the DETOX for the right reasons, Enhancing, enjoying and ensuring your quality of life, taking issues with nurturing yourself regularly as a top priority! (we normally take it for granted or do not pay any attention to it at all – find some middle ground!)

 Accept yourself and your body, loving what you see and making the most of what nature has given, has to offer and will continue to provide you, tapping into those reserves and bio-chemical strengths that you have, your body’s natural ability to heal itself for example is under-rated and under-estimated!

 In your life, environment, products, purchases, personal and body care products, foods, home and work life and environments, pay some closer attention to and considering MORE the presence and avoidance of toxic substances. Focus on your overall health and well-being as well, exercise, eating healthy, drinking lots of water, supplementing, natural foods, balanced diet, activity you enjoy, maybe even some yoga and/or breathing exercises to keep you on the fast and inside track to continued DETOX success!

Source of Information : Complete Body Detox Guide to Better Health

Monday, October 16, 2017

Here are some other negative effects DETOX can spare you and protect you from:

 granulomas

 hyper secretion of mucus

 imbalance in bacteria and fungus

 microscopic ulcerations

 pH imbalances

 liver and kidney difficulty, malfunction, breakdown or failure and many other health related issues and problems, even disease, putting you at increased risk over time.

You can opt for a systematic, gradual removal of toxic substances from the body and intervention will be necessary to effectively RID YOUR BODY OF THESE TOXINS FOR GOOD! It cannot just be left up to random change. You cannot, should not and dare not gamble with your health – you just get one edition of that!

There are numerous studies on detox that proves that it gives your body and your health a fighting chance, boost and even enables healing and recovery BETTER!

BUT, how would you know which DETOX is BEST FOR YOU, when and where to do it?

The answer is probably as unique as individuals and their case! Yet, here are some general guidelines that might put you on the right track finding a solution for you:

 Practically work out what you need and want to achieve

 Consult your doctor, detox-specialist, identify and discuss your need, plan and select a detox routine, process, technique and regimen that works and will make a difference for you

 Ensure that you are healthy, not nursing, pregnant, extremely tired and do not have to function full-tilt and can afford to give your body some time to get back to its natural balanced state, get rid of the toxins as the processes involved might have some ‘side-effects’ considered natural and part of the normal process!

 Whom you are, where you are in your life, schedule, career, personal life and more might affect your preparation, detox process and follow-up. Choose some detox method that you know will bring about change and results

 Naturopaths and holistic healers, medical and well-being practitioners will all be able to assist you in this process – YOU DO NOT HAVE TO TAKE THE JOURNEY ALONE.

 Cleansing, cleaning and clearing, flushing and DETOX takes planning, timing, persistence and discipline.

 If at any time during, or even after your DETOX you experience difficulty or discomfort, stop and consult your physician immediately. Each area of your body will require special attention as well as your whole health, which is reflective of you being so much more dynamic than the mere sum of your difference parts. There are different cleanses and routines recommended for different parts of your body like skin, liver, lymph, nervous system, heart, lungs, kidneys, stomach, bladder and other.

 You can choose one general one or take them one at a time to ensure success and results that address the concerns and issues that you might have effectively, affordably and reliably.

 Resting and allowing your body, mind and soul to reload, replenish, restore is essential too! Also, have periods of non-cleansing, just enjoying life and not necessarily undoing all the good you did, but not obsessively purge, flush etc. making your whole life center and surround it! It is unnatural, unhealthy and not necessary to maintain a healthy living balanced life.

Different people might have different sensitivities and responses to DETOX. Here are some of the symptoms, discomforts and/or things to be on the look out for as you move through these detoxification and cleansing routines:
 Dry mouth
 Emotional irritability
 Fatigue
 Fever
 Gas
 Headaches
 Loss of appetite
 Low energy
 No interest in sexual relations or intimacy
 other aches and pains
 Skin eruptions
 Temporary constipation or diarrhea
 Temporary stopping of menstruation or missed periods
 Tight muscles
 Yawning

Some would recommend you start with something simple like a colonic cleanse or enema, getting the liver to work better and dump all the toxins in your body OUT, FOR ONCE! Activated charcoal can clear the GI tract with varying degrees of efficiency for individuals as it binds and absorbs the harmful elements and your body excretes and gets rid of it. Powder, capsules or tablets are available for this purpose. Bentonite clay, hydration and supplements, comprehensive foods additions to your diet are great ways to accomplish lots in a short period.

You will see short-term results, but rest assured the work continues from the inside out long after these initial detox days have passed. You will reap the benefit for days, weeks and years to come, if done right and effectively, for the right reasons!

Source of Information : Complete Body Detox Guide to Better Health