How to rid your body of excess toxins
Every single day our bodies are exposed to an enormous number of toxins and are invaded by multiple unnatural substances.
Many of these we often swallow, such as pesticides, herbicides and fungicides.
Also, atmospheric and water pollution play their part too.
If you are aiming for a healthy lifestyle, then you need to both make some changes to, and indeed improve, your habits.
Here follows a list of tips to reduce the number of internal toxins absorbed by our bodies.
In order to get results, you need to carry out these 9 tips on a regular basis.
Include vegetables, herbs and algae in your diet
Vegetables, especially green leafy ones, purify the blood and make it easier for your bodies to rid themselves of toxins.
By including them in your diet you will reduce seasonal illnesses, which occur when the spread of toxins cause reactions in the body, such as the flu.
You can use vegetables, herbs and algae in smoothies, in salads and in fresh juices.
Drink tepid water and lemon juice
This is the perfect way to give your digestive system a break and help your body to cleanse itself of harmful substances.
Drink a glass of warm water and lemon as soon as you wake up in the morning and you will see how great you feel.
Remember to hydrate and purify your body daily by drinking at least 2 litres of water a day, to cleanse your body from toxins.
Adding lemon is an additional benefit that works at any time.
Use your juicer to make some awesome drinks
Eating fresh and organic fruit and vegetables is a must, and by using a juicer you can supplement your daily dose quickly and easily.
Celery, cucumbers, beetroot, carrot, lettuce, ginger and lemon are perfect choices to neutralize body acid, increase the number of ingested nutrients and cleanse our bodies of unwanted toxins.
Remove toxic oils from your diet
Eliminate vegetable oils which, when heated, release high concentrations of chemical elements called aldehydes, such as peanut, corn or sunflower seed oils.
Instead used extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil and flaxseed oil.
Eat more pulses and less meat
Fibre aids digestion and the correct functioning of the intestine and regulates blood sugar levels.
For this reason, it is important to eat pulses (which are also a great source of protein) and to reduce your intake of meat.
The Italiano Diet experience
The very latest version of the Italiano Diet diet has the same steps as ever before.
However, a series of new products has now been included.
There are more proteins, fewer sugars, they are gluten-free and so perfect for anyone suffering from celiac disease.
Their cleansing powers will help eliminate toxins and act as a detox diet.
Furthermore, they are useful for maintaining the health of your skin and in metabolising fats.
Try our Detoxifying Tonic, for deep cleansing.
Decottopia is a healing and dietary method developed using ten plants to create products with cleansing, energizing, toning and anti-cellulite properties.
You can also detox your body by sweating, achieved by undertaking regular physical exercise.
Just fifteen minutes of physical activity per day, which cause you to sweat, will remove toxins via your skin pores.
Take good care of your skin through proper cleaning, ensuring that you remove the dead skin cells which will blocks pores.
Get your eight hours of sleep
Sleep permits our bodies to regenerates. Without enough quality sleep we are unable to recharge our batteries and function at optimal levels.
Aim for between 7 and 9 hours each night in a dark and silent environment.
Breathe deeply, walk and smile!
Seek out the silver lining every day. Everything that helps lessen your worries also helps reduce the number of toxins that are caused by stress.
We really need to be very aware of the consequences of our daily lifestyle choices.
Consuming foods, drinks, supplements and safe, natural and nutritious products, besides cleansing, hydrating and detoxifying the body, will also result in a positive chemical balance.
It is so much easier to avoid poisoning ourselves and maintain a healthy body compared to trying to repair the damage that has already been done.