You hear about detoxing a lot these days. On social media, from friends, and from TV. There is a lot of good information on detoxifying your body, but there’s also a lot of myths and misinformation. Here are some tips on how to reduce your toxin burden and support your body’s natural detoxification processes from the inside out.
Eat whole, real foods, especially cruciferous veggies like broccoli, Bok Choy, kale and Brussel sprouts to maximize your dietary phytonutrients and increase your body’s ability to detoxify. Choose foods high in antioxidants like dark, green leafy veggies and berries. Garlic and onions can also help you detoxify.
Non-leaching stainless steel water bottles and glass container like Pyrex to store leftovers. Instead of buying water in plastic bottles, install a filter at home. Also, zero-waste reverse-osmosis filters are an option.
Stick with natural, simple products. Household items like vinegar and baking soda can be used to clean your kitchen while coconut oil and brown sugar make excellent skin care products. If you can eat it you know it’s safe to put on your skin! Check out www.ewg.org/skindeepguide or the Healthy Living app for detailed information on safe ingredients for both home and beauty products.
These help rid your body of toxins. Try a sauna or a steam bath.
Homemade Hand Scrub with Essential Oils
1 cup coarse sea salt
1/2 cup liquid coconut oil
5 – 7 drops of grapefruit oil
Blend all ingredients well. Store in a small jar. Use daily. I keep it near the kitchen sink to remind me to use it.
“Be the change you want to see.” Gandhi
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