January 10, 2013

A whole body detox aids in weight loss and ridding the body of toxins.  So if you’re interested in getting rid of all the gunk from last year, the Salus detox is a great place to start.

It is difficult for people, used to having symptoms eliminated with medications, to understand a process that removes toxins rather than covers symptoms, and one that may make them feel worse for a while in the process.  We didn’t say it was going to be easy, but it will be WORTH IT.

It is important to know the symptoms that often come along with a detox. 
Detox can create a number of symptoms in your body as your body goes through the process of purifying itself and eliminating toxins.  

Some common detox symptoms include:

Most often these systems will occur during the first 3 days of a detox, when the body is coming off of sugar.  The best thing to do is to rest, the body needs this, and don’t stop detoxing! Continue to drink plenty of liquids, consume healthy fibers and oils to absorb the toxins and facilitate them out of the body.  

DO NOT GO HUNGRY. Eat small amounts every hour if necessary. Plan ahead for meals because getting hungry will make it more difficult to avoid bad food.
If you need any support in your detox contact us!  info@saluslifestyles.com and a wellness coach will be in touch with you! 

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