What Happens to Your Body During Detox

By | March 17, 2021
What Happens to Your Body During Detox

Did you overindulge during the year? See what detox does in your body and how it can help you!

Christmas and New Year parties are known for their many foods. Even if you promise to control yourself, you end up overindulging…

Sweets, fats, and alcohol make the body produce toxins, and the body gets more acidic, which makes us feel heavier.

Went over the top? Time to do a detox!

Don’t know how to do it? Here are some tips to help get you started.

When doing a detox, the first thing you should do is reduce the toxin load in your body. But how do you do that?

Stress is another thing that directly affects our health. Did you know that when we get stressed, our body releases stress hormones in our system? When in excess, these hormones create toxins and lower the liver enzymes that work on detoxifying the body.

The truth is that each body reacts in a different way when we detox. But this is what generally happens when you detox your body:

0:00 What Happens When You Detox
1:29 Detox and Digestive Health
2:04 How Detoxification Benefits the Skin
2:27 Liver Detox
2:51 Detox and Nervous System Health
3:19 How Detox Improves Mood

We recently made a video about detox juice but don’t hesitate to talk to a doctor or nutritionist to help you on this mission.

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