Detox is a hot topic right now. In today’s environment detox is no longer a luxury but instead a necessity. Unfortunately our world doesn’t truly support health and well-being. Everyday we are exposed to and consume things that decrease our ability to naturally detox, Dover Personal Trainers say. If you haven’t ever considered participating in a detox program, please let me shed some light on why it’s important and why it will help you to look, feel, and perform better.
“People do not know just how good they can actually feel.”
You don’t know how good you can actually feel.
Most people do not know just how good they can actually feel when they make changes to the way they eat, move, and think. Symptoms that you may be experiencing are not normal. Those symptoms can range from afternoon fatigue to a full on autoimmune condition such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. I am here to tell you that symptoms of ANY kind are NOT NORMAL. They are not just part of life or getting older. Symptoms are your bodies’ way of telling you that something is not right. Your body wants to be healthy and free of disease and excess weight.
“Your body does not want to be overweight any more than it wants cancer.”
Dover Personal Trainers used to experience extreme fatigue at times, be prone to depression, have little to no desire to exercise, and not be able to lose weight no matter what I did. I wasn’t satisfied that this was “just how it is.” I sought out help and education to rid myself of these nagging symptoms. And you know what happened: by making lifestyle changes, I can now say I feel better than I ever have! For me the change that made the most noticeable difference was cutting out alcohol, processed foods, refined sugars, gluten, and eating more protein, vegetables, and healthy fats. I stopped putting so much “crap” in my body and it started functioning more optimally.
It truly is AMAZING what happens to how you look, feel, and perform when you give your body what it was designed for (whole, real, unprocessed food, uninterrupted sleep, and movement) as well as decrease inflammation and toxic load.
The toxic load on the body is too much for it to handle.
The toxic load on our body comes from our diet, chronic stress, and our environment. A diet high in sugar, trans fat, food additives & preservatives, pesticides, hormones, and antibiotics is very toxic to our bodies and our minds. The Standard American Diet (S.A.D.) puts a tremendous burden on our bodies’ ability to detoxify naturally.
Dover Personal Trainers says that Your liver is your largest internal detoxification organ, and it is responsible for a variety of life sustaining and health promoting functions, including those that make healthy weight loss and weight management possible. When the liver is clogged and overtaken with toxins, it can’t do a very good job of processing nutrients and fat. The liver produces bile, which is critical in the detoxification of our bodies. Bile is where the liver dumps all the drugs, heavy metals, xenoestrogens, excess sex hormones, medication, pesticides, industrial chemicals, and other toxins so they can be eliminated from the body. When our environment and diet are highly toxic it becomes too much for the bile in our system. Detoxing the liver helps it produce healthier bile.
Toxins can be both external and internal. External toxins include: chemical toxins and heavy metals. Chemical toxins are most commonly found in cleaning products, personal care products, pesticides, herbicides, and food additives.
Chronic inflammation is the root of all disease.
Inflammation comes from the sugar we eat, high doses of the wrong types of oils and fats in our diet, hidden food allergies (most commonly gluten, dairy, soy, corn), alcohol, lack of exercise, chronic stress, hidden infections, and our fat cells. This low-grade chronic inflammation that you can’t see or feel leads to every one of the major chronic diseases: heart disease, cancer, diabetes, dementia, and more.
“Unfortunately, chronic inflammation typically will not produce symptoms until actual loss of function occurs somewhere. This is because chronic inflammation is low-grade and systemic, often silently damaging your tissues over an extended period of time. This process can go on for years without you noticing until a disease suddenly sets in.” – Dr. Mercola
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