If improving your health and reducing your risk of chronic disease is on your list of priorities, metabolic detoxification may be for you. While the term “metabolic detoxification” may sound technical, it’s simply a method of clearing toxins from your system and keeping them out, all by flushing them with a carefully planned diet that is specifically tailored to your nutritional and medical needs.
A safe, effective metabolic cleanse will include close supervision by your naturopathic physician, and the following dietary additions and changes:
In addition to adding these healthful nutrients to your diet, a true metabolic cleanse includes eliminating stimulants (caffeine), alcohol, tobacco products, synthetic chemicals, and all modified food ingredients.
Many people experience great improvements after a cleanse, including weight loss, better digestion, hormone balancing, allergy relief, decreased inflammation, healed carpal tunnel stress, and much more. By eliminating negative influences from your diet, you will learn a great deal about what your body truly needs, including which foods make your thrive and provide energy and which prompt intolerances. These choices will allow you to feel your very best, and can serve as a guide for future lifestyle choices, as well as a map with which you can trace your current health issues.
If you’re considering participating in a metabolic detoxification process, be sure to do so under the guidance of a naturopathic physician. Our physicians at Water’s Edge Natural Medicine have both the nutritional and medical training to customize a detox plan that provides specific cleansing and nourishment for your individual system. Our physicians are happy to discuss any pre-existing issues and refer you for other treatments if necessary to address these concerns prior to your cleanse.
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