Monday, 12 March 2018

Take These Supplements to Detox Your Body

American diet is high in saturated fat, trans fat, and other harmful substances such as sugar, caffeine, pesticides, additive substances, and less in fruits and vegetables.

These types of harmful substances are toxic. 

Our body's detoxifying functions try to get rid of them everyday, when they fail it causes disruption of hormone production, damaging our body's detoxification organs and weakens our immune system.

Fortunately, some vitamins and supplements may have profound and therapeutic effects in increase the function of detox organs in getting rid of them.

1. Vitamins C and A

Vitamin C is an antioxidant and also has a mighty function in increased absorption of nutrient intake.

Without enough vitamin C, food entering our stomach is either wasted or little digested.

Be sure to add vitamin C your food intake together with vitamin A. 
The vitamins also promote strong immune system, dissolve heavy metal accumulated in our body and prevent the loss of eyesight in elders. 

Remember, overdose of vitamin C can causes diarrhea and vitamin A can induce acute liver toxicity.

2. Be Sure to Have a Balance of Magnesium and Calcium
Mineral deficiency causes our body to pick up other forms of toxic minerals for compensation, leading to weakening our tissue and bones. 

Unbalanced or deficiency of magnesium and calcium decreases the function of our heart as well as increasing the risk of calcium sticking on the arterial wall and arthritis.

3. Vitamin E

Vitamin E promotes the production of sperm and testosterone in men.

In the form of tocopherone and d-alpha tocopherol, the vitamin reduces the accumulation of heavy metals in the brain, increases the physical activities and mental sharpness, and decreases the risk of muscular degeneration.

4. Zinc
Zinc is a critical mineral for prostate gland in men. 

Deficiency of zinc not only increases the risk of enlarged prostate and prostate cancer. 

Zinc is also a vital mineral in the forming of stomach acid, decreasing the chance of malabsorption syndrome.

5. Iron
Deficiency of iron not only causes anemia but also decreases the production of red blood cells resulting of the depletion of oxygen circulated in the bloodstream, weakening the immune system and increasing the risk of inflammation and chronic diseases.

6. Vitamin K

Vitamin K found abundant in broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, kohlrabi, and Brussels sprouts, is an essential vitamin needed to underline skin membrane. 

Without vitamin K our skin becomes less elastic, dry, leading to increased risk of forming skin free radicals, wrinkles and skin diseases.

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