The spring season is a time of new beginnings. It’s a time of renewed energy. We feel it in our bodies, we see it all around us in nature. It’s a time to integrate new healthy habits to support whole body wellness.
We’ve put together a list of methods to help naturally support your body feeling its best this season.
Different Methods of Supporting Natural Detox in the Body:
Hydrate your beautiful body!
Water is key to flushing out your system, hydrating your skin for that healthy glow, and boosting your metabolism
Load up on greens!
Leafy greens are full of vitamins, minerals, disease-fighting phytochemicals as well as a source of fiber which can aid in weight loss.
Move your body, Move your lymph.
Moving your body reduces stress, supports heart health and helps to flush toxins and stagnant energy out. Aim for at least 30 minutes of daily physical activity. Explore new ways of stimulating your lymphatic system like jumping on a rebounder, jumping rope or taking a brisk walk.
Eliminate inflammatory foods from the diet.
These include sugar, dairy, gluten, corn, soy, caffeine, alcohol. These foods tend to tax the liver and lead to stagnant energy which can show up as pain in the joints, digestive distress, sinus congestion, headaches and irritability
Dry Skin Brush on a daily basis!
This is a TWO MINUTE investment of energy which can lead to increased energy throughout the day!
Far Infrared Sauna is a whole body way to increase circulation while flushing toxins out. Far Infrared Waves help expedite toxins out at a cellular level
Epsom salt baths reduce stress and inflammation in the body while enhancing sleep quality. Epsom salts are loaded with magnesium which help to support the nervous system and ease muscle tension. Sleep is the time when the body maximizes its detoxification functions in the body.
Swap plastic for glass.
Improve air quality in homes and office space by opening you windows. Even if it’s for few minutes, crack them open and welcome in fresh air.
On the skin:
Eliminate personal care products that contain endocrine disrupting chemicals
Stay tuned for a springtime guide to personal care products.