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Top 5 Tips for a Successful Digestive Detox & Cleanse

February 25, 2009 in Uncategorized

I love receiving correspondence from my customers. It helps me keep up-to-date with how well my products work and what you like about my products. More importantly though your feedback helps me to improve upon what we offer.

I recently received a letter from Claire in Ontario, Canada asking: "How can I have an effective cleanse each time I use your system?" This is a great question that will benefit everyone who does a cleanse.

My Digestive Detox System is extremely easy to use and because it's a 30-day cleanse you DO NOT have to drastically change your diet. By this I mean that you don't have to restrict yourself to three meals of salad and fruits per day - I know that I couldn't do that. Instead, I'm going to share my top 5 tips for a successful cleanse. These are things that I make sure to include with my seasonal cleansing regimen.

Tip #1

One of the most important things you should do while cleansing is drink 6-8 glasses of water everyday. I know this may sound tough, but it really isn't. One 450 ml bottle of water equals two 8 oz. glasses of water. That means you only have to drink 3 to 4 bottles of water a day. The water is important to help flush the toxins and bacteria from your system and also helps to hydrate your body.

Tip #2

Reduce the amount of meat you eat. Now I'm not telling you to cut out all meat products, but try reducing your portion sizes to start. In particular, try to eat more lean meats, such as chicken and fish, as they digest much more readily within your digestive system. Many people aren't aware that red meat, such as beef, can take weeks to be completely digested and flushed out of your system. Undigested food can cause constipation, bloating and smelly gas.

Tip #3

Adding more fiber to your diet is very important. Fiber not only helps lower cholesterol, but is also an important factor for maintaining regularity. Ideally, you should consume 20-24 grams of fiber per day. My Digestive Detox System helps you achieve this goal by supplying approximately 20% of your daily recommended fiber intake. To get the rest of your fiber, add slightly steamed vegetables to your meals. Also, instead of having an unhealthy snack, try having an apple, pear, banana or orange.

Tip #4

Adding a comprehensive multi-vitamin to your diet can greatly add to your success. Not only will a digestive cleanse help increase your energy levels, but it can also help to improve the amount of nutrients that your body absorbs from the food that you eat. By taking a high-quality multi-vitamin, you can ensure that your body receives proper nourishment as well as a good variety of essential nutrients. When choosing a multi-vitamin, make sure that it comes in capsule form, as this makes it easier for your system to absorb those important vitamins and minerals.

Tip #5

Exercising regularly will also help to improve your results. Not only is exercise important for keeping your heart healthy, but it also helps your body expel toxins through sweating. If you suffer from constipation or irregularity then regular exercise can also help to increase your bowel movements. Now, you don't have to be athletic or be at the gym everyday. You can try a simple task such as walking for about one hour everyday. I personally enjoy taking a brisk walk after dinner to enjoy the fresh air and to help digest my food. Anybody can do it and it doesn't require a huge commitment.

I hope my personal tips provide you with the best digestive cleanse that you have ever had. If you have any good tips to offer please leave a comment. I'm always interested in hearing what works for others, so that I may be able to try it out myself.

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