Cleanse VS Detox

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Is there a difference between a cleanse and a detox? 

Do you know which one you are supposed to do?

A detox is cleaning your liver and kidneys

If you want to detox your liver and kidneys, it will remove the toxins and chemicals that are harmful in your body.  Your body will  elevate the detoxification alleyway so the negative effects of food additives and pesticides in our food are flushed away.  There are many environmental chemicals found in cosmetics, cleaners and with added cortisol and estrogen a detox helps keep our bodies in harmony.

Since the liver and kidneys main function is to work all day long detoxing, it is beneficial to keep them functioning at a high level.  Certain herbs such as dandelion root and milk thistle help the detox advance.  If you increase the intake of fruits and vegetables and healthy fats like olive or avocado oil combined with exercise will also help.

A cleanse is cleaning your digestive tract. 

Cleaning out your digestive tract, colon with a cleanse will get rid of undigested food particles, parasites and toxins.  This a gentler way of releasing toxins. It is for a shorter period of time just by changing your diet.  If a deeper state of cleansing and healing is required, than by giving your body a complete protein will allow blood sugar levels will be maintained.  

Commonly the right time to detox or cleanse is the spring and fall. To detox the liver in the spring is a natural time when liver energy is rising.  Autumn is a great time to cleanse the large intestine which is a major organ.  

Another factoring component to planning a cleanse or detox is stress.  Stress may hold on to the toxins you are wanting to eradicate.  Lower levels of stress helps the body heal itself.  Listen to your body it will tell you when a detox or cleanse is what you need.  

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