A natural cleanse is cleaning the whole body using good quality nutrition, herbs and vitamins to replenish the overall system.
It can be either deep cleansing, which involves fasting, or daily cleansing, to support your body in cleaning out the accumulated impurities on a daily basis.
Why do a full body cleanse?
Ultimately cleansing is about removing impurities from the body. In an ideal world, the body undertakes this process naturally. However, we don't live in an ideal world, and we are constantly overloading our body with silent impurities, e.g., the fumes we breath (cars, furniture, 'new car smell', cleaning products), the coffee we drink, the alcohol we drink, the sugars we eat, the preservatives in foods we eat, the synthetic hormones we take, the impurities our own body produces after exercise and the list continues.
Your body has the processes in place to eliminate these impurities easily, however, due to overload, and some 'clagging' up of the systems involved, the body can require some assistance in performing these processes.
This is where a full body cleanse using nutritional cleansing comes in. As a system, it supports the elimination organs, bowel, liver, kidneys, lungs and skin, to ensure they operate at their best possible performance, thus eliminating more impurities than it can alone.
Nutritional cleansing increases the rate of removal of impurities from the body, and also includes nourishment of the body with vital nutrients to rapidly improve wellbeing. A great side effect is weight loss, if it's needed.
I followed this journey myself, check out a 30 minute video on my journey, or read about it at my blog
To find out how you can begin this cleansing journey to kickstart your health and wellbeing, contact me directly by telephone or email, and we can get you started on your energetic life!
Weight loss, muscle gain, lifestyle, and other results depicted here reflect exceptional individual experiences of Isagenix Customers and should not be construed as typical or average. Results vary with individual effort, body composition, eating patterns, time, exercise, and other factors, such as genetic and physiological makeup