Detox with Tipson

A good detox can be a great way to restart your body for a healthier and more active life. As the concept of body detoxing gained popularity over the years, numerous detoxing techniques from infrared saunas to juice diets have come to light. But, many experts agree that detoxing is a process that occurs in your body naturally, whether you intend to do it or not. Anything you do to detox is going to aid that natural healing process. So the best way to detox is naturally!

Why is detoxing important?

When we get an unhealthy buildup of toxins in our body, it’s not pretty. These excess toxins will cause physical and mental health issues like chronic fatigue, headaches, insomnia and diseases. Many of these toxins come from things you use or consume everyday like food, water, beauty and personal care products and the environment. You’ll see that there are many harsh pollutants and harmful pesticides in our environment that should not stay in your body. Since our body organs work together to help eliminate these trapped toxins, it’s important that they’re all healthy and in working order. The liver, kidneys, colon, lungs, skin and lymphatic system are especially useful and important when it comes to cleansing the body.


Healthy inputs

The first step of a natural detox is to stop bringing toxic things into your body in the first place. This starts with the things you eat and drink. Heavy metals, pesticides, hormones and chemicals in your food can place an unnecessary strain on your body’s natural detoxing process. If your diet completely consists of oily, fatty food and carbonated drinks, your body is going to have a harder time detoxing. 

Having food and beverages that are soft on your body, eliminated the need to detox your body thoroughly in the first place. Having organic food, drinking plenty of water, and having foods and herbs that aid detoxification such as lemons, green tea, avocados, balck pepper, fennel and cardamom is a great way to get started on this. 

Know which systems to focus on

There are many systems in your body that benefit from detoxification. This mainly includes your kidneys, liver, gastrointestinal system, respiratory tract, lymphatic system and skin. So, focusing on taking in natural ingredients that help to cleanse these specific systems can aid their detoxification process. Here are some natural herbs and vegetables that help to detox each system:

Kidneys: Ginger, Parsley, Red Clover, Watermelon, Turmeric

Liver: Artichoke, Turmeric, Curry Leaves, Peppermint, Dandelion, Coriander

Respiratory tract / lungs: Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Tea, Blueberries, Thyme

Lymphatic system: Ginger, Avocados, Berries, Coconut Oil

Skin: Turmeric, Watermelon, Green Tea, Carrots, Tomatoes, Avocados, Olive Oil



Focus on getting a good night’s sleep

Ensuring adequate and quality sleep each night is a must to support your body’s health and natural detoxification system. Sleeping allows your brain to reorganize and recharge itself, as well as remove toxic waste byproducts that have accumulated throughout the day. With sleep deprivation, your body does not have time to perform those functions, so toxins can build up and affect several aspects of health. If you have difficulties staying or falling asleep at night, lifestyle changes like sticking to a sleep schedule and limiting blue light, emitted from mobile devices and computer screens, prior to bed are useful for improving sleep!

Increase your intake of antioxidants

Antioxidants protect your cells against damage caused by molecules called 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. By causing damage to your body’s cells, these molecules have been implicated in a number of conditions, such as dementia, heart disease, liver disease, asthma, and certain types of cancer. Eating a diet rich in antioxidants can help your body fight oxidative stress caused by excess free radicals and other toxins that increase your risk of disease. 

Berries, fruits, nuts, cocoa, vegetables, spices, and beverages like coffee and green tea have some of the highest amounts of antioxidants. This is why at Tipson we have worked hard to develop the perfect concoction of tea and herbs to give you a detox in a cup via Tipson’s Detox Tea!

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