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6 Warning Signs Your Body Needs To Detox

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Your body cleanses everyday on a daily basis. Nature’s boonful gifts keep you cleansed keeps you healthy everyday. In spite of eating right and working out, are you still seeing these signs? Watch out for these detox warnings.

1. Adrenal Fatigue

1-Adrenal-Fatigue

If you are often exhausted, have trouble losing weight, finding it hard to focus, or are experiencing problems in the bedroom you need to give your body a good cleanse. The adrenal glands work closely with the thyroid, liver, digestive system, brain and reproductive systems.

2. Cravings

2-Cravings

How often you fight sudden urges to eat unhealthy foods? The emotional triggers come from the highly processed and concentrated foods that you eat everyday. You will feel good and want to eat more of the “comfort foods”. Cravings disappear when you’re detoxed.

3. Depression

3-Depression

Anxiety, blues, and eating disorders can lead to depression and binge eating. Depression is also triggered by the toxic substances that build-up in your body, throwing it into an imbalance of beneficial chemicals in your body.

4. Food Allergies

4-Food-Allergies

Food allergies are also a sign that you are not absorbing proper amount of nutrients from your food. It also happens when toxins like Candida cause a leaky gut.

5. Heart Diseases

5-Heart-Diseases

The accumulation of toxins in the body can increase your risks of heart diseases. A diet with no fermented foods can lead to malabsorption of nutrients. It could also lead to many heart diseases.

6. Mental and Emotional Instability

6-Mental-and-Emotional-Instability

The harmful chemicals in your body are not limited to physical being, but can wreck your mental composure. It is just like food allergies, and can be corrected.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.