Detox is a word that brings mixed feeling to most people. Some people say there is no need for detoxing because our bodies naturally do it. Some people say there is a need for detoxing as a way to get rid of the junk built up in our bodies. Well, I am sort of in between the two. In today’s blog, I am going to talk about two benefits of and one deterrent of a detox.
Life gets crazy sometimes, and it can wear on us. If you notice that you are feeling tired and weighed down by stress, a lack of motivation for exercise, and are making poor food choices, it is time to think about giving your mind and body a reboot.
Finding the right heroin rehab program is a key step in overcoming the addiction that people who use heroin face. The following are questions that help people find successful programs that lead to recovery. Cost and Treatment — How Do I Pay for Treatment?
It may seem like everyone you know has tried a detox diet lately. Although regimens vary, these diets generally involve a juice fast lasting days or weeks and often include a “cleanse” with limited food and/or “detoxifying” supplements. Serving up a small allotment of calories can produce dramatic weight loss, which makes detoxing tempting to typical dieters.
$2.1 Trillion will be spent on chronic disease this year. Why not help the body help itself? I'm not saying it's easy but a long and healthy life will make it worth it. Have you every seen someone sick who was willing to pay any amount of money to be healthy? Why not spend a little money now and exercise self control and discipline to maintain your health? How? Read on
The topic of Nutrition and Detox Diets is a common theme among avid fitness enthusiasts and fitness professionals alike. Not only are there promises of a better you through drastically changing your diet for a week, but many people tend to lose sight of they really should be focusing on. Proper nutrition is the key to almost any successful fitness endeavor. Let's take a look at Nutrition, Diets, & Detox this month to see what it can do for you.
Posted by Joe Stell @ Friday, March 01, 2013 @ 07:05am
I just read an article in the Huffington Post where they talked about a study done in the Journal of Applied Technology. In this study they found parabens, a preservative used in personal care products, in 99% of all the breast tissue they looked at. In fact, in over 60% of the samples, they found 5 different parabens. Now a study like this cannot conclude that parabens cause breast cancer, but this is further establishing a link between them.