sweat it out : Studies have shown that perspiration contains trace amounts of heavy metals like lead, mercury and arsenic. A well-hydrated work out or sauna session can help you sweat out some of that bad stuff.
go green : Green vegetables have a high inventory of nutrients. Many of the body’s detox processes are linked to having adequate levels of vitamins and minerals. Start cooking with generous amounts of spinach and cruciferous vegetables to maximize your detox nutrients.
citrus boost : Vitamin C is an immune booster. It helps the body produce an antioxidant that neutralizes toxins and also enhances digestive enzymes. Because we cannot produce our own vitamin C in the body, eating adequate sources in whole foods or supplements is vital to better immune health. Start and end each day with a glass of warm lemon water! (strawberry, acerola cherry, citrus fruits, papaya, black currant, kiwi, bell peppers, brussels sprouts, melons, and dark leafy greens are great food sources)
controlled breathing : Oxygen is a critical component of natural detoxification. Controlled breathing: a deep, 5 second inhalation through the nose followed by a long exhalation through the mouth- you will achieve a full oxygen exchange, swapping incoming oxygen for outgoing carbon dioxide. This supercharges your lymphatic system to ward of toxins, pathogens, and waste. Integrate this controlled breathing practice several times per day.
drink more tea : Green tea leaves are withered and steamed, rather than fermented, so it produces a beverage that is rich in compounds that eliminate free radicals. Start your day with a cup of green tea and a squeeze of lemon.