To truly look and feel your best, you have to get all of the toxins out of your system. Therefore, cleanses can play an important role for those who are interested in anti-aging techniques. How do cleanses help the body to heal, and what are some of the best ones out there? Read on to learn more. In our modern diet, we take in many processed foods that plague our bodies with toxins. These toxins, in turn, result in things like premature aging, as well as dangerous health conditions such as cancer. A cleanse can be used to get the toxins out of the body. By not taking in any more toxins (fasting), the body has a chance to heal itself rather than face a constant bombardment of more toxins. By cleaning out what is already in the body (a colon cleanse, for example) the body's natural healing process can be sped up. With this in mind, many cleanses begin with a week of a reduced diet or fast coupled with some sort of laxative tea or a cleansing powder that you can mix into water or juice. After the fasting part of the diet, foods will be reintroduced, but should be natural such as fruits and vegetables rather than processed foods. A healthy diet after the cleanse helps to maintain the effects. The California Cleanse is an example of a cleanse designed specifically for fighting the effects of aging. It is rather expensive, costing around $330. Various supplements are part of the program. These are used to target individual organs for cleansing such as the liver and kidneys. They work to create the proper blood pH level as well as reducing the amount of unnecessary fat being stored in the body. The cleanse includes delicious snacks that promote energy in the body so you are not left feeling tired all the time like some cleanses may leave you. Also, neuro function can be improved by various exercises that are recommended as part of the program. Other less expensive programs like Colonix (under $100) clean your liver, kidneys, and colon. This particular brand is also supposed to be good at eliminating parasites. The program is cheaper since it doesn't include things like diet plans or an exercise routine; but, you can add your own or seek out a nutritionist. Always be sure to check with a physician before starting a cleanse. Make sure you know what all of the ingredients in the various supplements are. Be sure to drink lots of water, especially if the cleanse involves taking a laxative because laxatives can quickly cause dehydration. Flushing the toxins and other waste products that have built up in your body over the years can have many beneficial effects on your appearance as well as overall health. Just be sure to choose the cleanse that is best for you, works within your budget, and is approved by your doctor.
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