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How Does Detoxification Work

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      Detoxification is a fancy word for cleaning your blood. There
      are many programs available to help, but your body actually has
      its own way dealing with toxins. There are two major systems
      involved with detoxification: anti-oxidation, and the
      detoxification process in the liver.

      Oxidation is best illustrated by looking at rust, which is a
      reaction of metal to oxygen. When free radicals come in contact
      with the body, oxidation can occur. Oxidation causes all kinds
      of problems, such as allergies and certain types of sickness.
      The body has a natural anti-oxidation system which includes
      vitamins such as C, E, B2, bioflavonoid, beta-carotene and other
      substances to prevent oxidation. Oxidation occurs at the
      cellular level, so detox must occur there as well. Any
      deficiency of these in the diet causes problems removing toxins.

      What a good full body detox does is also remove impurities from
      the blood through the liver. The liver is an important organ,
      and is where toxins are processed. The body also uses other
      organs such as kidneys, intestines, lungs, lymph nodes and skin
      to remove toxins. Most toxins are not water-soluble. When toxins
      enter the liver, two groups of enzymes break down the toxins
      into water-soluble substances to be excreted via the kidneys and
      other organs. When this system is not functioning properly,
      toxins can go unfiltered and your whole body suffers.

      There are several ways a body detox program boosts your body's
      clearing of toxins. Fasting for a short period of time is
      usually part of any full body detox. When you fast, your organs
      rest. This gives them time to rejuvenate themselves and assist
      with the cleansing. In addition to fasting, a good detox program
      will stimulate the liver to eliminate common toxins from your
      body the way it should have been doing all along. This also
      extends to elimination through the skin, kidneys and intestines.

      Circulation is always a big part of any natural body detox.
      Boosting circulation of the blood through exercise, deep
      breathing, and other means helps toxins be carried quickly out
      of the bloodstream. The simple act of breathing deeply brings
      more oxygen to your blood, thereby allowing for faster
      elimination of toxins. Even though oxygen contributes to
      oxidation, lack of oxygen can also cause serious problems. Blood
      flow helps push more blood through the liver, allowing more
      toxin removal.

      Diet is another major component of a body detox program. It is
      important to get rid of any toxins in the diet. It is usually
      necessary to cut out all sugar, caffeine, nicotine and other
      harmful chemicals from your body. This is one of the most
      important components, and it is helpful to continue giving your
      body nutrients even after your program is complete.

      Abstaining from using certain chemicals also aids in toxin
      removal. Free radicals come from many household products.
      Perfumes, shampoos, household cleaners, sunscreens, and much
      more all contain toxins that get stuck in your body if there is
      no way to eliminate it. This is why abstinence and diet are two
      important ways to keep your body cleansed.

      About The Author: John Khu is a health enthusiast and author of
      a new eBook titled "Body Detox Tips". He is devoted to educate
      others on the benefit of body detoxification. He is also the
      owner of the website called http://www.bodydetoxtips.com which
      provides complete and up-to-date information.

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