To Detox or Not to Detox

It should not be about the quick fix, rather about improving the effectiveness of your elimination organs.  The lifestyle you lead after the detox is just as important as what you did whilst you were on the detox.  Its important you follow a healthy and clean diet to maximise the detoxification process, cutting out the likes of coffee, alcohol, refined sugar, excessive salt, dairy, fatty animal products – consuming loads of vegetables, grains, beans, fruit, water, green tea, and more.

Based on the idea of lightening the toxic load, detox programs aim to help the digestive and waste systems enjoy an easier ride. Give your body a toxin break and your energy levels may benefit.  But don't be fooled into thinking your system would crash without assistance. Our bodies are programmed to naturally detox anyway, and we couldn't survive if this didn't happen – we'd very soon turn into toxic waste dumps and get sick.

You can, however, assist natural detoxification processes by easing their workload. If we support the detox organs and cut back on foods that overload the system, we give our bodies a better opportunity to get rid of these waste products.

Signs of overload can include blotchy skin, coated tongue, bad breath, feeling bloated, constipation, fatigue, poor immune function and recurring allergies. These symptoms can point to the fact that our elimination organs are not functioning as well as they can/ should be. 

Cleanse your body from the inside out with our Signature Teatox.  Kick start a new you with the help of SkinnyMe tea. Our two step Teatox includes a 14 day supply of our Morning Cleanse & Evening Cleanse Teas especially formulated to leave you feeling energised and refreshed.

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