Cut out all the toxin you normally have

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The first step to any detoxification process is to cut out all the toxins you put in to your body. You need to eliminate ALL alcohol, coffee, cigarettes, refined sugars, and as well as saturated fats. All of these act as toxins in your body and are obstacles to your healing process. This is the best detox you do, forget buying all those supplements and products which claim to help you, the simple truth is you, yourself, need to cut out all these things to let your body heal itself. You should also minimise your use of all chemical based household cleaners as well as personal health care products (cleansers, shampoos, deodorants and toothpaste) and substitute with natural alternatives so that you are not overloading your system. You will be amazed at how doing this will have such an impact after a few days on your energy levels you might not want to go back to your old ways!

What You'll Need

  • Cut out all of the following:
  • Alchohol
  • Caffine
  • All refined sugars
  • Cigarettes and any recreational drugs you take
  • Saturated Fats: These are mainly found in animal products e.g. fatty beef, lamb, pork, chicken with skin, whole milk, cream, butter, cheese and ice cream.

What You'll Do

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