So often, what we put in our bodies is the main focus. If it be diet or supplements, in fitness, you get out what you put in. But in a particular case it is what is on the inside that may need to come out to make sure what you are putting in is doing what it needs to do properly.
Maybe you find yourself feeling sluggish or even sick quite often. You know your eating could be better, so you have made a decision to eat cleaner. In that process you just feel somewhat awful and your body is struggling to function with the new eating regimen. Or maybe you just want to make sure your body is doing what it should be doing internally at its highest level.
Maybe it is time for a body detox.
Detoxing (or cleansing) your body is an inward cleansing of things inside your body that are hindering important processes from taking place. Even if your liver, kidneys, and other organs are in healthy working order, your body may still be storing more toxins than you realize. A detox is a great way to get rid of those toxins and help your internal organs to their job more effectively.
There are some subtle and natural ways to work help with cleansing and detoxing the body. A few are:
- Drink water
- One glass of warm water with fresh lemon squeezed in it. A great way to throw your body into the detox process.
- Move your body
- Eat clean, whole foods
Of course, supplementation can be a helpful aid as well. 1UP Nutrition offers Daily Cleanse, which offers a multitude of benefits along with a daily cleanse to help your internal organs function better. Daily Cleanse also helps out with digestive health, overall weight loss, and anti-bloating.
Digestive health is important to making sure your body gets the nutrients it needs from food and properly disposes of what it does not need. This process can lead to a build up of unwanted toxins. In return, this will assist in weight loss, because the body is not holding onto anything it does not need and the body is metabolizing calories properly. With good digestive health, this also means no bloating, which is a side effect of foods basically not agreeing with your GI Tract.