Do you know what your diet is actually doing to your health?
Common processed foods that fill our cupboards and refrigerators might seem like an easy answer to daily hunger, but they fill our bodies with bad additives and lack the true nutrition we need. Rather than focusing on what is cheap or convenient, a cleanse consists of foods filled with healthy supplements to help support the body’s process of eliminating toxins.
Detoxing Your Body
A cleanse doesn’t mean you starve yourself or avoid foods, but simply that you focus on foods that are good for you in order to let your body rid itself of toxins. A detox leaves you healthy and allows you to loose a little of the weight that builds up from the unhealthy additives that sit in your body. These unreleased toxins can make you suffer from things like:
- Feeling stuffy in your head
- Difficulty sleeping or fatigue
- Upset stomach or indigestion
- Cravings and weight gain
- Fogginess or lack of mental clarity
- Lowered libido
Recognizing Harmful Additives
Toxins come from the yummy junk foods and pre-packaged foods that fill our stores and focus on convenience, low price and taste over health. Foods loaded with fats, carbs, sugar, sodium and calories cause rapid weight gain, health problems and poor digestion. Many foods use preservatives in order to sit for months on shelves without going bad and these same ingredients are not well suited to your body.
Food additives, like MSG, corn syrup, food coloring and saturated fats, are also harmful to your body and hinder the digestion process.
Focusing on Health First
Your body is designed to rid itself of the bad and utilize the good from your diet, but it needs to be supplied with a regular flow of nutritious foods in order to do so. Our structured program is designed to combine whole foods with supplements and exercise to boost your body’s natural functions and improve your overall health. You will notice improved energy, lessened bloating, clarified thinking and improved weight management.
Are you ready to feel your best?