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In his daily life, the average person is exposed to more than 700,000 toxic chemicals a day. From perfumes to cleaning products, from cosmetics to plastic water bottles. Much of our daily lifestyle involves exposure to chemicals that are not good for our health.

Although we could limit our reach to toxins, it is impossible to eliminate our exposure completely. That is why it is important to periodically undergo detoxification programs to ensure the balanced functioning of our body.

First, let’s note that toxins are all around us – even in the food we eat. With each bite we take harmful toxins from preservatives, artificial colors and additives. Although in small quantities they go unnoticed, when the body reaches a turning point, we face unpleasant side effects.

Some signs that your body is accumulating toxins include:

  • Hair loss
  • Fatigue
  • Brittle nails
  • Bad breath
  • Nausea
  • Weight gain

While these are usually short-term effects of toxin accumulation, long-term effects can lead to harmful, even life-threatening, consequences.

Detoxification is the physiological or medical removal of toxic substances from the human body, which is performed mainly by the liver.

What is the fastest way to cleanse the body of toxins?

Drinking water is one of the best and fastest ways to get rid of toxins from your system. Water transports toxins through our system through the bloodstream. The best option for cleansing the body is by drinking water or herbal tea.

Can patients with kidney disease go for a detox program?

People should consult a doctor before starting a cleansing or detoxification regimen, especially if there are kidney stones or kidney disease.

In general, a detox diet is not recommended for dialysis patients due to their specific nutritional needs. To enter such a regime, you need to consult a nutritionist to discuss the current diet, calorie needs and ideal weight.