Drink Plenty of Water
Drinking water is important to so many vital organs, and it helps to keep your body well-flushed of toxins. It also helps your body better eliminate feces, which contains plenty of toxins in it. You are effectively helping your body rid itself of plenty of toxins each time you go to the bathroom, by helping to keep your bowels and digestive system well-lubricated.
Brush Your Body
Take a dry loofah sponge and brush your body. Do this in the morning before you shower, as it helps to slough off dead skin cells and reveal a new layer of skin. Considering that your skin is the largest organ of your body, it also helps your body to release toxins.
Get Exercise Each Day
Keep in mind that you don’t have to go to extremes, but you also don’t want to let a day pass without getting some form of exercise in. It’s relying on you to get up and get active each day to keep your lymphatic juices flowing because your lymphatic system doesn’t have a pump the way your circulatory system does.
Eat Natural Probiotics
There are pills you can take that will add the probiotics and digestive enzymes to your system so that you can better process what you’re eating but another good way to get them is to eat foods that help create them as well. It’s recommended to start your meal with a fermented cabbage like Korean kimchi or German-style sauerkraut, they may be acquired tastes for some, but before long you’ll be hooked.
You also must avoid a relapse back to the habits that put you in a toxic state to begin with. Avoid refined sugars, fast food, and additives like MSG and stick to eating wholesome foods that further your health and happiness. Taking actions like drinking green tea and then going out and having McDonald’s won’t yield you the same results as drinking green tea and meditating for an hour instead of binging on fast food.