Storage of toxins in fat cells is an organic process that is a direct consequence of the toxicity of our immediate environment, especially because of permanent exposure to polluted air or other pollutants.
Regardless of whether you use air purifiers or water filters, the human body must respond to the inner threat by storing the toxins in the fat cells. Additionally, it must be admitted that some tips can prove to be of great support in dealing with a problem of your body’s toxicity, but unfortunately, people do not pay much attention to it.
How to define toxins?
It is better to know your enemy before fighting it.
Taking this into consideration, organs, supposed to filter waste and toxins, such as the kidneys and the liver, are largely overwhelmed by the awful accumulation of toxins in the body. To eliminate this toxicity, it is necessary to make detox cures regularly.
There are two categories of toxins: soluble and insoluble. As far as soluble toxins are concerned, they are toxic substances that are diluted in water and evacuated out of the body through the blood and kidneys. When it comes to insoluble toxins, their elimination is particularly difficult to achieve.
Luckily our body is designed to eliminate any other foreign body that would be threatening to it, so it can naturally eliminate and destroy any kind of toxins.
Where do the insoluble toxins come from?
All water-insoluble toxins come from pollution, pesticides, preservatives, food additives, heavy metals, plastics and other environmental chemicals. Being insoluble, therefore, it is impossible to expel from the body, you must make them soluble in order to get rid of them easily.
This can be achieved through proper digestion accompanied and supported by a healthy diet, rich in fiber and the much desired support of relaxation exercises to detoxify the body by de-stressing it.
Then how to eliminate all these toxins from the body?
In Indian traditional medicine, Ayurveda, you have to make the body burn more fat instead of starving, which can be done by making muscle. So the idea is simply to eliminate the fat cells which serve as a toxins storage. Of course, this can only be accomplished with a person is completely relaxed and emptied of all its stress.
For cleaning the liver we recommend garlic, grapefruit, beets, carrots, green tea, green vegetables, apples, olive oil, avocados, cruciferous vegetables, lemons, limes, walnuts, cabbage and turmeric. All these foods support the most important organ for filtration of toxins, the liver, an option you should think about before trying to evacuate insoluble toxins. Prevention is better than cure!