- Eat Antioxidants Rich Foods protect your cells against damage caused by molecules called free radicals. Oxidative stress is a condition caused by excessive production of free radicals. Your body naturally produces these molecules for cellular processes, such as digestion. However, alcohol, tobacco smoke, a poor diet, and exposure to pollutants can produce excessive free radicals. Dark chocolate, Strawberry, Red cabbage, Spinach, Beetroot, green tea, coffee, nuts.
Gut health Is important for keeping your detoxification system healthy. Your intestinal cells have a detoxification and excretion system that protects your gut and body from harmful toxins, such as chemicals good gut health starts with Prebiotic, a type of fibre that feeds the good bacteria in your gut called probiotics. With prebiotics, your good bacteria are able to produce nutrients called short-chain fatty acids that are beneficial for health. The good bacteria in your gut can become unbalanced with bad bacteria from use of antibiotics, poor dental hygiene, and diet quality Eating foods rich in prebiotics can keep your immune and detoxification systems healthy. Good food sources of prebiotics include tomatoes, artichokes, bananas, asparagus, onions, garlic, and oats.
- Take vitamin C, which helps the body produce glutathione, a liver compound that drives away toxins.
- Dry-brush your skin or try detox foot spas/foot baths to remove toxins through your pores. Special brushes are available at natural products stores.
- forty per cent of us fall short on the seven to nine hours a night that most of us need, according to the National Sleep Foundation. A study in the journal Science found that the space between brain cells may increase during sleep, allowing fluid around the brain to flow more freely through the brain and wash out waste that accumulates during waking hours—this includes potentially toxic proteins that are linked to neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s. The upshot: Regularly getting a good night’s sleep keeps the brain polished.