Did you pick up an extra 5 or 10 pounds over the holidays? That adds up to 17,500-35,000 calories. Most gained that weight by allowing a number of bad eating habits to creep in…and become firmly established. Why is it hard to get rid of? Because we are now talking about fully ingrained eating habits. Are you at the point where ‘enough is enough?”
Why is detoxifying so important or do you really need to detoxify at all?
The body is like a car. You take in fuel, burn it and get energy and exhaust. If this exhaust is not vented from your car it will begin to run poorly and eventually stop running altogether. If you went extended periods of time without changing your oil filter your car would not run efficiently and eventually would stop working (just ask my sister). We get our lines and other parts of the car flushed (cleaned) on a regular basis.
Your body also has lines and filters. Your kidneys and liver are two very important filters. Your veins, arteries and lymphatic system are like the lines in your car. If we do not vent or remove the toxic “exhaust” from our body we will begin to run less efficiently and perhaps stop working completely. Since we cannot roll into our doctor’s office and ask them to change our filters and flush our lines, it is important to detoxify naturally and on a regular basis.
I cannot stress it enough-we are like our cars-without regular maintenance we will not function optimally. Using the best oil, gas etc., is a waste of money if your car is not maintained, because it will not be able to utilize it the way it was intended. If we do not detoxify, the supplements, diet, exercise and everything else we do to produce wellness will not be utilized and absorbed properly.
“Today, with more toxins in our environment than ever, it is critical to Detox:, says Peter Bennett, N.D. “Detoxification works because it addresses the needs of individual cells, the smallest units of human life.”
Detoxifying is suggested two times a year. […]
Getting enough vitamin D is absolutely essential for our health and wellbeing. Without question, the best source of vitamin D comes from sunshine, the source of all life. Climate changes that come this time of year leave us short on sunlight, and studies show winter months can leave us low in Vitamin D.
Vitamin D has been shown to combat SAD (seasonal effective disorder) and research shows study participants experienced improvement in mood and general well-being when taking between 600 and 4000 IU per day.
It makes sense to ensure that our bodies get enough Vitamin D throughout the winter months. You will appreciate the superiority of our liquid Vitamin D with its bio-availability being near 100%. Stop by today and get your dose of winter sunshine.