Let's Talk Detox

Let's Talk Detox


Many people choose to follow a detoxification program, particularly regarding health and wellness, when the New Year begins. Practiced for centuries by cultures around the world, detoxification is about resting, cleansing and nourishing the body from the inside out.

Detox is a word that’s used in a number of contexts including a health or wellness detox, an environmental detox, an emotional detox, or even a digital detox.

What is Detoxification?Blue plate with Detox written on it

It’s a natural process that occurs in your body to eliminate toxins and maintain overall health. The body has several organs and systems that work together to detoxify itself, including the liver, kidneys, intestines, skin, and lungs. These systems work together to maintain the balance of chemicals and substances in the body and support overall health.

So you might ask “Why should I detox?

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There a lot of great reasons to consider. One is creating some healthy space in our bodies for all the new year has to offer. And that includes not only weight loss (a subject about which many people are thinking this time of year) but also cell, liver, lymph, and metal detox.

Every day we’re exposed to pollutants, preservatives, heavy metals, pesticides and other chemicals. These toxins get stored in our tissues and cells. As we know, many of these toxins have demonstrated harmful health effects however there are steps you can take to help your body.

Detoxifying your body may be helpful for those suffering from many chronic diseases and conditions, including allergies, asthma, headaches, heart disease, high cholesterol, and digestive disorders. Detox can also be used as a beneficial preventative measure and as a tool to increase overall health, energy, digestion, vitality, and support resistance to disease. Some people may use a wellness detox as a way to jump start weight loss efforts. By eliminating certain foods from the diet, it may be possible to see a drop in weight.

Various Types of Detox Include:

Health or wellness detox: Some people use the term "detox" to refer to a period of time during which they abstainColorful list of types of detox from certain foods or substances in order to improve their health or well-being. This might involve avoiding processed foods, caffeine, or alcohol, for example.

Environmental detox: This refers to the process of removing harmful substances from the environment, such as pollutants or toxic chemicals.

Substance abuse detox: This refers to the process of removing harmful substances from the body, often through medical supervision and support.

Digital detox: This refers to a period of time during which an individual limits their use of electronic devices or disconnects from the internet in order to reduce stress and improve mental health.

Emotional detox: This may refer to the process of purging negative emotions or thoughts in order to improve mental health and well-being.

Your body's natural methods of detoxification are amazing.

As we mentioned above, your body has several organs and systems that work together to eliminate toxins and maintain overall health. Some of the main ways the body detoxifies itself include:

Person studying human anatomy• The liver is responsible for filtering toxins from the blood and breaking them down into smaller, more easily excreted compounds. It also produces bile, which helps to break down and eliminate fat-soluble toxins.
• The kidneys filter the blood and remove waste products, including toxins, from the body in the form of urine.
• The intestines help to eliminate toxins through the feces. The intestinal lining also prevents the absorption of harmful substances into the body.
• The skin acts as a barrier to protect the body from toxins and also eliminates some toxins through sweat.
• The lungs help to eliminate toxins by expelling them in the form of carbon dioxide when we breathe.

The amazing machine that is our body manages all of these to work together to maintain the balance of chemicals and substances and support our overall health.

Supporting Your Body's Natural Detoxification Processes

Your body’s natural methods of detoxification are working for you 24/7. You can really support your body's natural detoxification processes by eating a healthy diet, staying hydrated, and getting regular exercise.

Adding in all-natural herbal, nutritional, and vitamin supplements that support detoxification and cellular health can provide additional support. We have a variety of products, with ingredients ranging from Burdock Root, Dandelion Root, Barberry Root Bark, Blessed Thistle, and Slippery Elm Bark to Montmorillonite (Bentonite) Mineral, that are designed to help support your body’s detox process. Leaf in vase and company logo

Customer favorites, all found in our Detox category, include:

•    Prep Tonic Detox Pack by Professional Botanicals - 7-in-1 Total Body Detoxification
•    Elmnex by Dynamic Nutritional Associates (DNA Labs)  - Nutritional Support for Internal Cleansing
•    Liver Detox by Professional Botanicals - Liver, Digestion & Hormone Support
•    Liver Detox + Silymarin by Professional Botanicals - Liver Impurity Detoxification & Hormone Support
•    Cell Detox by Professional Botanicals - Cell Cleansing & Detoxification Support
•    Lymph Detox by Professional Botanicals - Lymphatic System & Detoxification Support
•    Metal Detox by Professional Botanicals - Immune System & Detoxification Support
•    Nutri-Min 72 Sea Bed Mineral Supplement by Dynamic Nutritional Associates (DNA Labs) - Montmorillonite (Bentonite) Mineral Supplement - Detox Support for Colon, Blood, Metal & Lymph

As we've said before, we support your goal of being and staying healthy, with time-tested quality products, designed and used by doctors worldwide for 40 years.

Feel better the natural way...with Naturally Botanicals.

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