People with a healthy body have a system of toxins in the body. To maximize disposal performance, the gut organs and liver must be maintained.
"Improving liver function helps reduce the accumulation of toxic products in the tissues," says founder and director of healthcare firm Be Well. Frank Lipman quoted from Time on Sunday (2/7).
To create a natural filter on the two organs, the body can be encouraged by the consumption of some auxiliaries. Here are some ways to help the body to maximize the expenditure of toxins in the body.
Start the Day with Lemons
As soon as you wake up, drink a glass of warm water with fresh lemon juice. The sleeping experience will make the body dehydrated by doing the detoxification process. It is important to restore lost body fluids, and it is better to use lemons because they produce many good enzymes for digestion and day.
"This will give your body a hydration electrolyte in the form of potassium, calcium and magnesium," Dr. Lipman.
Moreover Vitamin C in lemon juice, a powerful antioxidant, protects against free radicals, strengthens the immune system.
Doing sports activities, even yoga movement in the room that drips on the spine will help the process of detoxification and stimulate digestion.
"A lot of digestive discomfort comes from stress, so by letting go of the grip and holding the stomach and taking a deep breath, we can relax the muscles and diaphragms, allowing the GI system to do a better job," said Dr. Lipman.
Reduce the chronic inflammation that has been linked to heart disease, diabetes, and cancer with sulfur-rich foods such as onion, garlic, and vegetables, including broccoli, kale, collard, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower.
"These foods contain high antioxidants, which support the body's ability to fight toxins," said Dr. Lipman. A study of 2014 revealed women who ate the most vegetables swelled much less than those who ate less.
Tea containing dandelion or milk thistle can improve liver function, helping to reduce toxic buildup in tissues. In a study by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, researchers found the milk thistle herb can help improve liver function, protect against cell damage and stimulate the repair of liver tissue.
Cancer studies also show milk thistle can strengthen the cell wall to prevent toxins from entering, stimulating enzymes that make toxins harmless and blocking free radicals to attack cells. However, it is necessary to avoid the "detoxification" tea also promises to reduce appetite or rev metabolism, because it can be mixed with herbs that provide unwanted side effects such as agitation and headaches.