Living well: Detox mind & body with these handy tips.

by | May 22, 2020 | Blog | 0 comments

Everything we want is inside of us. It’s up to us to choose if we want to act in a way that aligns with what we truly want. Falling into procrastination or old habits is way easier than trying to rewire our brain into building new patterns. Let’s change that this week by focusing on making positive changes from the inside-out. Live well and detox mind & body with handy tips.

“A healthy outside starts from the inside.”

Shake free from an old habit

What’s a bad habit you have that’s holding you back? Try to eliminate it for the rest of this week. Keep track of how many times you overcome temptation to fall back into it. You may be surprised of how strong of a habit it is.

Get your sweat on

Choose an activity that makes you sweat! Sweating can help you eliminate phthalates, BPA, and heavy metals. If heavy exercise doesn’t help you sweat, try out a sauna or steam room. Check out or events today in our app and join a community class.

Live well detox mind & body

Detox from processed foods

Check out your kitchen! What processed foods are hiding in your pantry, fridge, and cupboards? Throw away any junk that shouldn’t be there so you can focus on the good stuff. Get some options from here!

What’s mentally draining you?

What negative thoughts are taking up your brain space? Live well and detox your mind & body same time. Let go of those things and rework your lifestyle to focus on what energizes you. Notice how you feel when your energy shifts to mirror your thoughts and actions.

Get more fiber

Great sources of fiber are beans, whole grains, avocado, chia seeds and dark chocolate… add these to your meals today! Why fiber? One of the key processes in detoxification is elimination. Fiber aids in the elimination of heavy metals through directly binding to them and then moving them through the system and out of the body.

Legs up a wall for 5 minutes

This simple yoga pose is great for your lymphatic system. By placing your head below the heart, it allows lymph to drain back to the heart with the assistance of gravity. This means you can flush lymph from your legs and feet back to the heart helping you restore and detox by sending fluids back to the heart for oxygenation.

No late-night snacking

This one is a hard one! Fasting can help promote autophagy which is a process using waste produced inside cells to create new “building materials” that aid in repair and regeneration.

What habits are you most proud of?

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