A healthy detox plan

While kinesiology can assist you with the right support, below is a very basic and easy direction towards the pursuit of a healthy lifestyle.

We can all benefit from cleansing and detoxifying our bodies and minds, to rid ourselves from toxic thoughts, as well as toxins and accumulated waste products inside our cells, organs and systems.

The benefits include weight loss, more energy, better sleep, reduction of aches and pains and inflammation and higher immunity.

Clean out the pathogens

Parasite and Candida cleanse

Warm baths, steam baths, saunas and fasts, assist the body in ridding itself of toxins.

Detox massage

Regular detox massages encourage the removal of harmful toxins and chemicals from our bodies. Massage stimulates the immune system, improves lymphatic drainage, blood circulation and removal of waste products through the skin.

Laugh every day to detox body, mind and soul.

Hydration and cleanse

Drink at least 8 glasses of water every day and 3 cups of purifying herbal remedies to purify and enhance kidney and liver function. Steep 1 teaspoon dried or 2 teaspoon fresh herbs in boiling water. Any of the following can be used either separate or in combinations: Dandelion, fennel seeds, rosemary, cinnamon, ginger, turmeric,  wormwood and milk thistle. Herbs assist the liver, lymphatic system, urinary tract, skin and digestive system in ridding itself of toxins while improving the function of these systems.

Relaxation

Relax every day for at least 20 minutes. Sit in your special, sacred space in your garden or home, breathe deeply and meditate. Our minds need a detox as much as our bodies. Practice emptying your mind from toxic thoughts, repetitive behavior patterns that don’t serve you, and try to connect with your real, inner self. Allow the sense of peace and love to infiltrate and infuse your whole being, every organ and cell of your body-mind.

Soak your tired body and muscles in a hot bath once a week. Add 5 cups of Epsom salt to hot bath water to assist in pulling out toxins.

Flush out the toxins

The intake of healthy food, rich in antioxidants and minerals, encourages the removal of harmful toxins and chemicals from our bodies, while neutralising harmful free radicals. This retards ageing, improves immune and heart function and encourage all over health and wellness. I encourage you to add amino acids and omega 3 to your diet as we just do not get enough of those in our normal diets and they are essential for optimal health.

  • an anti-oxidant and multi-vitamin, that includes vitamins A, C, E, B complex, co-enzyme Q10, minerals zinc, selenium and copper, with grapeseed extract, bioflavonoids, spirulina, blue green algae and barley, to detox the immune system and neutralise free radicals from your system
  • Combine with Zeolite, Bentonite clay or activated charcoal to bind the carbons
  • a calcium and magnesium supplement taken at night before bed.
  • Cleansing toxins and more with coconut oil pulling

Make sure whatever supplements you take that they are whole food supplements.

Fasting

Try to fast 1 day per week. A Monday can be symbolically the best, being the first day of a new week, after a week-end of possibly unhealthy habits, but any day will do just as well. Drink at least 12 glasses of water and fruit juice like apple and grape juice. If you get extremely hungry, eat an apple or a few grapes. This also assists in flushing your liver. A weekly day of fast achieves wonders for your health, mind-set and it will slow down the ageing process. People with diabetes mellitus, and other chronic illnesses or someone who is pregnant, should first talk to their doctor. Most people, however, can give their digestive system and metabolism a break, one day of the week.

Mild exercise

Try to exercise 10-15 minutes per day or 20-30 minutes 3-4 times a week of anything you enjoy. Include relaxation exercises.

Bowel and intestine health

Support bowel detoxification by increasing the fibre content of your diet like all bran, linseed or digestive bran and poppy, sesame, linseed, pumpkin seeds, nuts and sprouts.

Eat unpasteurised yogurt with live cultures and fermented foods to increase the population of good microorganisms in your gut. Digestive enzymes are also very helpful (amylase, protease, sucrase, malt diastase, lipase, cellulose, lactase), papain from paw-paw, bromelain from pineapple and cultured moulds from Aspergillus species.

It is these beneficial micro organisms that:

  • Support of the immune system
  • Improved resistance to allergies
  • Reduce yeast and other infections
  • Inhibit disease-causing organisms
  • Improve digestion
  • increase nutrient absorption and vitamin synthesis
  • Protect from toxins
  • Prevent diarrhea
  • Reduce risk of irritable bowel syndrome

Practice gratitude daily

Practice relaxation techniques which include meditation, praying and silence. It calms the soul and nourishes the body. Practice thought clearing techniques and letting go of harmful and old belief patterns, toxic thoughts and feelings that do not serve you.

Our ability to rid our bodies of accumulated waste and toxins, depends upon the optimal function of our:

Support these through a healthy lifestyle and regular detox and you will notice a difference in your sense of wellbeing and vitality.

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