How to avoid toxins and flush them out of your body

How to avoid toxins and flush them out of your body

Do you sometimes feel like you live in a world that is poisoning you?

Like you’re in a pool filled with poison…

Every day, you breathe toxic air… You eat and drink plastic…

All kinds of toxins and heavy metals such as mercury, lead, cadmium, and aluminium make their way into your body without you knowing (from silver fillings, seafood, pollution, paint, etc…)

Your food is full of pesticides and other chemicals used to kill bugs…

Medications, alcohol, smoking and recreational drugs kill your gut flora…

Yes, it’s so depressing! But if you know toxins are there, what can you do to avoid them?

And what can you do to eliminate them from your body?

Here’s how to reduce your exposure to toxins:

Eat clean

Choose organic whole foods. Avoid processed and conventionally grown produce. They contain pesticides, herbicides, fungicides which are all known to be toxic.

Eat mostly plants. Fruits, vegetables, and herbs are powerful detoxifiers. This is why a real detox diet should always be 100% vegan.

Drink clean water

It’s important to drink filtered water to avoid the pollutants we now find in our drinking water.

It’s now very hard to drink high-quality water. More and more studies show that microplastics are found in all sources of water, even in bottled water.

Reverse osmosis is a great way to eliminate the toxins from your water. It supposedly removes 99% of pollutants from the water, such as fluoride, chlorine, lead, arsenic, bacteria, etc… Although, it can be very expensive.

A good carbon filter such as Brita is a wise choice because it can remove 90% of impurities and it is affordable.

healthy lifestyle

Exercising helps detoxify the body. Whether you workout, or jog, or play basketball… As long as you move your body, it will be helpful.

Just going for a daily walk oxygenates your body and helps move toxins out of your body.

Stay away from cigarette or any type of smoke to keep your lungs healthy.

Avoid alcohol to avoid damaging your liver. A fatty liver can truly kill you!

Use natural products

Natural products aren’t toxic. They don’t pollute your home or your body. Plus, they are not tested on animals!

Good examples of products you should swap for natural ones are:

  • Shampoo and conditioner
  • Home cleaning products (a homemade vinegar and water solution is great!)
  • hand soap
  • Dish soap
  • Laundry soap
  • Face cream
  • Makeup
  • Deodorant

Cut plastic use

Plastic contains toxins that can disrupt your hormonal system, creating all sorts of health issues like thyroid problems.

Use reusable bags for your groceries. Always carry bags in your car and purse.

Buy metal straws instead of disposable plastic.

Buy glass jars and Tupperware. Use containers to store your food instead of plastic wraps.

Avoid fish, seafood, and sea salt as it may contain microplastics (and other pollutants)

Take off your shoes

Remove your shoes in the house! This is something I’ve learnt living in Asia…

Outdoor shoes bring back all sort of bacteria and toxins into your home. Think about how dirty the streets are. Dog poo, dust, garbage, parasites, etc… You don’t want any of it in your home.

do a real detox

Even if you follow the healthiest diet and lifestyle, you’d have to live in a bubble not to be exposed to environmental toxins…

So, what you can do to eliminate toxins from your body is do a good detox.

The best way to detox at a cellular level is to do a fast… No food for 7 days!

This allows the body to get rid of old, damaged cells, and all the toxins they contain.

Fasting is a revolutionary way of cleansing!

I recommend the 7-day detox and colon cleanse program to anyone interested in deep cleansing.

Order your cleanse, click to buy the 7-day detox


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Dominique Julien America's Leading Detox Specialist



Dominique believes in the power of healing through fasting and colon cleansing. Over the years, she has seen miracles happening in her clients lives and in hers. A true advocate of responsible medicine and nutrition, educating people about the benefits of a whole foods plant-based diet is a real passion for her.

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