Should I do a Liver Flush? (Gall Bladder Cleanse)

There is no standard formula for a Liver Flush (Gall bladder Cleanse). Although there is a difference in protocol, all do involve some combination of olive oil, herbs and juice while lasting 2 or more days. Depending on the source you reference, it may be advised you refrain from consuming regular food during this period. Before you begin be sure to consume a diet consisting of alkaline-forming foods for 3-5 days prior. Eating an apple once a day during this time will also help to dissolve some stones to help kick start the cleanse. Begin your cleanse around a day that you know you will have the next day to completely rest. Step 1: Refrain from taking any medications or supplements the day you begin. Avoid eating any fat or dairy products for breakfast. Step 2 (2:00pm): Do not eat or drink after 2:00pm. Consuming food or beverages may cause you to feel ill as a result.

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March 03, 2019 by

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How Infrared Sauna Purifies Skin

An infrared sauna  uses light to create heat. The term "far" describes where the infrared waves fall on the light spectrum. These types of light waves can penetrate the human body by more than 2 inches, creating a deep heat and raising core body temperature from the inside. Given that the body is heated directly without warming the air, an infrared sauna provides a comfortable experience while enhancing detoxification and optimizing one’s health. “Infrared sauna technology can help purify your skin by eliminating toxins from your pores and increasing circulation, resulting in clearer, softer, and healthier-looking skin," explains Amy Myers, M.D. Studies have found that use of a far-infrared sauna is beneficial for many common skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, and acne.

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January 01, 2019 by

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4 Important Facts About Colonics

4 Important Facts About Colonics

Let’s start with what is colonic and why people need one. A colonic is a procedure that cleans out your colon (large intestine) . At Clear Living Clinic | Colon Cleanse Toronto , we use an open system colonic equipment called the Angel of Water. It is Health Canada & FDA approved equipment that you are slightly reclined at a relaxing 45-degree angle. A small disposable nozzle is attached on the inside of the seat and is inserted into the rectum. Once the nozzle is inserted, the gravity flow of water will begin.

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May 05, 2018 by

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Colonic: Missing key for Candida & Parasite treatment

Whether to your surprise or not, according to the World Health Organization 60% of us carry some type of parasites. These microscopic organisms find their way into our bodies through numerous aspects of everyday life. Parasites are typically transmitted through the air, food, water, and may even be contracted to a child during birth. If action is not taken to eliminate parasites there remains a chance to affect one’s health both physically and mentally. Due to the wide variety of parasites, the symptoms associated also vary greatly. For best results, we recommend a multi-step approach to ensure an effective treatment. 1. Colon Cleansing  In addition to a parasite cleanse, it is very beneficial to add colonics as part of your treatment process.

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May 05, 2018 by

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Fibre Hit & Miss

Fibre is defined as the carbohydrate in food that the body is unable to digest. It passes through our digestive system helping to keep our bowel movements regular. There are two types of fibre and both are equally as crucial for our health.   These types of fibre provide the body with different benefits, which is why adding a variety of fibrous foods to your diet is key to ensure you are receiving the benefits of each. Insoluble fibre helps to keep you regular by adding bulk to stool accelerating the transit time of food.   Sources include wheat bran, whole grains and some vegetables and fruit. Soluble fibre helps to lower cholesterol and glucose levels in the blood. Sources include vegetables such as carrots, eggplant, and legumes and fruit like citrus fruit and apples. Oat bran, barley and legumes are additional sources.

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April 04, 2018 by

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