submitted by Dr. Mahan Rishi Singh Khalsa, www.khalsahealing.com
Our bodies cleanse, detoxify and heal imbalances all day long. It’s our human design.
But our modern lifestyles overload these built-in corrective processes. Restaurant dining, take-out food, late-night meals and drinks stress our natural cleansing systems.
Add to that our consumption of caffeine and medications in an environment filled with dirty air, impure water and invisible chemicals, and it is clear we’re making more demands of our bodies’ detoxification and healing systems than they can handle.
They may get by day-to-day, but they don’t flourish.
Over time, toxins build up in the body and the results can be small imbalances like aches, allergies, poor digestion and weight gain, or even an ongoing sense of fatigue.
Men and women have used cleansing and detoxifying as a pillar of health for thousands of years, long before processed foods, environmental impurities and daily mental stress were the norm.
Today, juice cleanses and other detox programs are being rediscovered by millions of people who want to energize their bodies, look and feel younger and be more resistant to disease.