Used unwisely, many of those detoxification processes available in the market are doing more damage to the body than benefits and long term of use is the proof that if it was working then you will not use it again and again. Cleansing is good, but obviously a change in the lifestyle is a must.
While health trends have come and gone, fasting has withstood the test of time and continues to be an effective way to optimize health. Intermittent fasting (IF), in particular, has become one of the most popular ways to incorporate fasting into our busy schedules, due to the customizability that it offers. IF can be implemented in a few different ways:
Alternate day fasting: You are consuming either restricted or unrestricted calories every other day, alternating with a full day fast.
Whole day fasting: You are doing a full 24-hour fast for a single day or several consecutive days.
Time restricted feeding: You are limiting your window of food consumption during the day to a short period of time, 8 hours or less.
Vitamin B12 is well known for its many health benefits but scientists at the University of Manchester have found this nutrient is additionally of great value lowering the toxicity of many noxious pollutants that humans are regularly exposed to. After many years a research team at the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology have pinpointed how Vitamin B12 is valuable in neutralizing some of the worst toxins.
Led by Professor David Leys, researchers realized that certain organisms manage to lower the toxicity of pollutants. The secret lies in their ability to use Vitamin B12 to deal with the tricky halogen atoms found in common pollutants.
We already know that some of the most toxic pollutants contain halogen atoms and that most
Especially in temperate latitudes human function and well being is significantly affected by the rhythms of changing seasons. Readers will know that Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) afflicts many people in the transition from fall to winter. Less well known is that cholesterol levels vary seasonally across populations. "The change in climate and behavior that follows each season can have an effect on lipid metabolism and possibly even heart health." This, recently, from the American College of Cardiology, no less1. The approach of spring heralds a new cycle of growth and procreation. Rituals and protocols associated with spring are deeply inscribed in the culture and religion of human society. Every traditional system of health addresses the challenge of spring what one should do, things to avoid and how to go about it all. The central axis of purification and fertility