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Body Cleansing Diets - The Natural Body Cleansers

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Body Cleansing Diets - The Natural Body Cleansers

  1. 1. NATURAL CLEANSING DIETSBY Yuri ElkaimThe world today is currently at an age where they seek natural, holistic foods over theprocessed ones. As the negative effects of processed foods and manufacturedsupplements have been promoted people are looking to keep things as natural andsimple in their lives as possible. This is no different when it comes to detoxifying yourbody of toxins, chemicals and fats that have been absorbed over the years. Thealternatives to natural cleansing diets are colonics treatments at a doctors office or theavailable pills and supplements on the market today. By utilizing a natural cleansing dietyou help your body change its eating patterns and cravings to benefit you beyond thedetoxification period and into your regular life.The first step in natural cleansing diets is to eliminate bad foods from your diet. Thisincludes alcohol and caffeine. The reason why we feel so bloated and groggy after anight with alcohol is because our bodies are not designed to digest the large amounts ofsugars and processed ingredients that are in alcohol. Caffeine may keep us awake, but
  2. 2. it also wreaks havoc on our digestive tract and increases bowel movementsunnecessarily. A healthy alternative to coffee and soda is herbal teas and green juices.These holistic options help our bodies return to a natural state of energy. After twoweeks of drinking herbal teas and coffees in place of your prior caffeinated fixes you willdiscover substantially more energy to get you through the day. Water is also a vital partof any natural cleansing diets. Water is needed to flush the waste out of the cells andtissues. A person should drink at least half their body weight in ounces each day inwater. This means that if you weigh 200 pounds then you should drink at least 100ounces of water. As part of this diet you should eat only fruit before noon each day.Fruits are loaded with natural sugars and fiber to help curb sweet and hunger cravings.When an afternoon snack attack hits reach for unsalted walnuts or almonds. Both arean excellent energy source and are helpful in detoxing your body. Other healthy snackoptions include unsalted pumpkin seeds or sunflower seeds. For lunch and dinnerreplace your carbohydrate side with a vegetable. Broccoli, onions and artichokes are allbeneficial in a colon cleansing diet. Dark, leafy greens will offer your body additionalnutrients it needs. Garlic is the wonder food that when minced offers powerful nutrientsto heal and restore your body. A safe alternative to wheat products is quinoa, brown riceor buckwheat. Eating meals at the same time every day will allow you to improver youbodies ability to digest foods. The better digestion occurs, the easier it will be for yourbody to receive the nutrients it needs. At the end of the 30 days you will feel rejuvenatedand full of energy. Fatigue, irritability and poor skin complexion will be a thing of the past.Yuri Elkaim is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and co-creator of the cleansingprogram called the Total Wellness Cleanse.Visit http://www.totalwellnesscleanse.com to get started with his FREE "Toxic Side ofFood" e-course and discover how to cleanse your body today!Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Yuri_ElkaimArticle Source: http://EzineArticles.com/3801674References:Noel R. Rose and Ian R. MacKay, “The Autoimmune Diseases” fourtheditionhttp://www.healthscout.com/ency/68/487/main.html#CausesandRiskFactorsofAutoimmuneDiseasesandDisorders

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