Contrary to what most of us have been told about adding a physical workout routine to a detox program, doing so assists in the wholistic elimination process and in most instances have positive euphoric effects. Many people believe solid food is needed to fuel a workout, but this can weigh one down.

Performing light workouts, such as yoga an easy jog, or brisk walk will spur perspiration and actually decrease fatigue. In fact, the more fatigued you feel, chances are there’s a high amount of toxins circulating in the bloodstream. A light workout will only help to remove the vary toxins contaminating the bloodstream. Above all, listen to your body first.

Don’t force anything. If you are feeling fatigued and or exhausted, don’t push yourself to workout. Take a hot bath or sit in the sauna to perspire.

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  1. Timely, Frugivore. 😀

    I just started an herbal detox program—and for the first two days I felt like hell warmed up on a hot plate. I thought I was doing it wrong, and then I read this and felt better. (Sort of!)

    Now that I’m close to through I’m surprised at how my cravings for junk fell off. I feel fresher in the mornings now and have fewer abrupt crashes: no small feat for a hypoglycemic!

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