This Is Why You Should Put A Bar Of Soap Under Your Sheets At Night!

What is soap?

In chemistry, a soap is a salt of a fatty acid. Household uses for soaps include washing, bathing, and other types of housekeeping, where soaps act as surfactants, emulsifying oils to enable them to be carried away by water. In industry they are also used in textile spinning and are important components of some lubricants. Metal soaps are also included in modern artists’ oil paints formulations as a rheology modifier.

Soaps for cleaning are obtained by treating vegetable or animal oils and fats with a strong base, such as sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide in an aqueous solution. Fats and oils are composed of triglycerides; three molecules of fatty acids attach to a single molecule of glycerol. The alkaline solution, which is often called lye (although the term “lye soap” refers almost exclusively to soaps made with sodium hydroxide), induces saponification.

In this reaction, the triglyceride fats first hydrolyze into free fatty acids, and then the latter combine with the alkali to form crude soap: an amalgam of various soap salts, excess fat or alkali, water, and liberated glycerol (glycerin). The glycerin, a useful byproduct, can remain in the soap product as a softening agent, or be isolated for other uses.

Soaps are key components of most lubricating greases, which are usually emulsions of calcium soap or lithium soap and mineral oil. Many other metallic soaps are also useful, including those of aluminum, sodium, and mixtures of them. Such soaps are also used as thickeners to increase the viscosity of oils. In ancient times, lubricating greases were made by the addition of lime to olive oil.

 

How soap is made?

The industrial production of soap involves continuous processes, such as continuous addition of fat and removal of product. Smaller-scale production involves the traditional batch processes. The three variations are the cold process, wherein the reaction takes place substantially at room temperature; the semi-boiled or “hot process,” wherein the reaction takes place near the boiling point; and the fully boiled process, wherein the reactants are boiled at least once and the glycerol is recovered. There are several types of semi-boiled hot process methods, the most common being DBHP (Double Boiler Hot Process) and CPHP (Crock Pot Hot Process). Most soapmakers, however, continue to prefer the cold process method. The cold process and hot process (semi-boiled) are the simplest, and are typically used by small artisans and hobbyists producing handmade decorative soaps. The glycerol remains in the soap and the reaction continues for many days after the soap is poured into molds. The glycerol is left during the hot-process method, but at the high temperature employed, the reaction is practically completed in the kettle, before the soap is poured into molds. This simple and quick process is employed in small factories all over the world.

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She Poured Listerine On A Cotton Ball And Then Rubbed Her Armpits. After A Few Minutes The Results

Listerine is a brand of antiseptic mouthwash product. It is promoted with the slogan “Kills germs that cause bad breath”. Named after Joseph Lister, 1st Baron Lister, a pioneer of antiseptic surgery, Listerine was developed in 1879 by Joseph Lawrence, a chemist in St. Louis, Missouri.

Originally marketed by the Lambert Pharmacal Company (which later became Warner-Lambert), Listerine has been manufactured and distributed by Johnson & Johnson since that company’s acquisition of Pfizer’s consumer healthcare division in late December 2006.

The Listerine brand name is also used in toothpaste, Listerine Whitening rinse, Listerine Fluoride rinse (Listerine Tooth Defense), Listerine SmartRinse (children’s fluoride rinse), PocketPaks, and PocketMist. In September 2007, Listerine began selling its own brand of self-dissolving teeth-whitening strips.

The active ingredients listed on Listerine bottles are essential oils which are menthol (mint) 0.042%, thymol (thyme) 0.064%, methyl salicylate (wintergreen) 0.06%, and eucalyptol (eucalyptus) 0.092%. In combination all have an antiseptic effect and there is some thought that methyl salicylate may have an anti-inflammatory effect as well. Ethanol, which is toxic to bacteria at concentrations of 40%, is present in concentrations of 21.6% in the flavored product and 26.9% in the original gold Listerine Antiseptic. At this concentration, the ethanol serves to dissolve the active ingredients.

The addition of the active ingredients means the ethanol is considered to be undrinkable, known as denatured alcohol, and it is therefore not regulated as an alcoholic beverage in the United States. (Specially Denatured Alcohol Formula 38-B, specified in Title 27, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 21, Subpart D) However, consumption of mouthwash to obtain intoxication does occur, especially among alcoholics and underage drinkers.

Did you know that Listerine® was marketed as an anti-dandruff product for 20 years?

It sounds strange now, but from the 1930s to the 1950s, Listerine was marketed as a cure for dandruff.

There are still many fans who swear by it today, saying that it helps clear seborrheic dermatitis, soothes an inflamed and itchy scalp and leaves the scalp feeling healthier in general – all of which, of course, promote hair health too.

Bizarre as it may sound, there are very good reasons why it may be effective.

Listerine contains menthol, thymol, and eucalyptol and methyl salicylate. These ingredients have antiseptic and anti-fungal properties, both of which are good for keeping the scalp in great condition. Methyl salicylate also has an anti-inflammatory, cooling action wherever it’s applied – perfect for soothing an itchy scalp.

Listerine was supposed to have a wide variety of uses when it was created, and not only used as a mouthwash.

It was invented in 1879, as a surgical antiseptic used for various purposes, and it began to be marketed as a mouthwash against bad breath in the 1970s!

Here are some interesting uses of Listerine:

Clean your screens

Clean the screens of your television and computer with Listerine and a soft cloth. Listerine is a good sanitizer for your bathroom. You can wipe down mirrors, sinks, cabinet fixtures, floors, and pretty much anything else with a mixture of Listerine and water. It can also help with mold and mildew.

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Why Did I Never Know This? Have Been Doing My Hair The Wrong Way All This Time

Women have a hard time dealing with their hair. Those long hair do look good but they need care and daily treatment. It’s not that easy to look after those long hair. Without care they become rough and sticky. They don’t look shiny and good.

So women wake up early in the morning and take some timeout to treat their hair. If they don’t take care of their hair, they become rough and brushing them every day for some time is painstaking procedure. So this process of brushing hair every morning becomes boring over time.

Most of us just wanna be in the bed for a little more time. It’s like a feeling every morning that it would be awesome to have 5 more minutes of sleep and we end up sleeping again. So brushing the hair every morning is a real pain in the ass for people who are just too lazy to get up in the morning.

But like everything, hair can also be easy to manage if some simple tips and tricks are followed. So there are some tips discussed below that are really easy and interesting. Following them can save your time in the morning. Well, Yes! You can spend some more time in the valley of dreams for some much more time.

So here are some tricks from Kayley Melissa check out her channel on Kayley Melissa.

Today I’ll tell you about the five minute ponytail routine. I’m gonna show you guys all the tricks that I use to make my ponytail look amazing in just five minutes.

And you can use all of these tricks or just some of these tricks depending on what you want to do. Without these tricks my ponytail is kind of limp.

 

The top is really heavy. The ponytail is limp and then it’s saggy underneath the ponytail holder. None of those things are good.

So I’m gonna show you all the tricks that I use and I can do this in five minutes every time. And to prove it, I’m actually gonna time myself through this whole tutorial.

So, let’s get started. So the first thing I’m going to do is split my hair in half from the ears up and I’m going to clip the top half out of the way. That way we can deal with all the hair at the bottom first.

So after you have that top hair clipped up, brush the bottom hair into its own ponytail and you want that ponytail to rest right against the part from our section. Once you have that nice and tight, go ahead and secure it with an elastic. One of the big reasons that I like to do it this way is so that I don’t have any sagginess underneath my ponytail. If you keep that nice and tight it makes your ponytail look more elevated and actually a little bit more voluminous. So I like to pull that nice and tight, so that there’s absolutely nothing going on there that I don’t want.

To finish out the bottom ponytail I’m taking a little claw clip and splitting the ponytail in half. Then I’m going to take the top half and hold it straight up and clip the little claw into it. And that way, it actually helps to add volume and width to your ponytail. And it’s going to be hidden underneath all the rest of the hair, so you don’t have to worry about this being really obvious.

So here’s the before and the after. You can see there is no saggy bottom on the after and you can kind of see a little bit of that lift starting in the ponytail as well. And now it’s time to let the top down. And what I’m going to do first, is actually tease the crown of my head just a little bit.

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14 SIGNS, IS YOUR BLOOD SUGAR HIGH!?

The blood sugar level of the body tells the amount of glucose in it. Glucose is the type of sugar that provides energy for the body.

We obtain glucose from what we eat and it gets distributed to the cells in the body.

High blood sugar (hyperglycemia) occurs when the body cannot use glucose properly (type 2 diabetes), or it doesn’t have enough amount of it (type 1 diabetes).

If this condition lasts longer, like, for months or years, it will permanently damage certain body parts, such as the kidneys, blood vessels, nerves, and eyes.

In diabetics, the blood sugar levels can be increased due to various different factors, including:

A Bar of Soap Will Treat The Leg Cramps!

Ever wondered how your daily life problems can be reduced with bare minimum effort?
The restless leg syndrome, which causes uncomfortable sensation in the leg and leg cramps, which causes involuntary muscle contraction. They cause irresistible urge to move the legs to relieve the sensations.


The formal one can be counted as a neurological disorder which creates discomfort and intolerable sensation in the leg, the cause of which is still unknown. Occasionally the arms may also be affected. The feelings generally happen when at rest and therefore can make it hard to sleep. Due to the disturbance in sleep, people with RLS may have daytime sleepiness, low energy, irritability, and a depressed mood. Additionally, many have limb twitching during sleep.


The latter one, also known as “Charley Horse”, are caused when you try to fall asleep. It causes involuntary muscle contraction which is temporary and non-damaging. They can cause significant pain, and a paralysis-like immobility of the affected muscle. In most cases, leg cramps are due to dehydration, mineral and vitamin deficiencies, and excessive exercise.


These conditions can be generally reduced by remedies like sleeping with a pillow between the legs, sticking to a regular sleep schedule, supporting the body’s natural sleep rhythms by going to bed and getting up at the same time every day. Other ways can include proper diet, high amounts of water, massages, warm bath or a shower. Yet, there is one simpler way that can be which can prove to be simpler and effortless than all of these other proven methods.

5 Simple Exercises To Rapidly Transform Your Body In Just A Week!

With all kinds of food, fast food and junk foods everyone, how can we be fit and have a perfect body? Everyone wants to be fit and have the body of their dreams but not everyone can have the body of their dreams. Different people have different metabolism rates. So some get more fat from the food because they have a sluggish metabolism and some can digest the same food quicker and they stay slim.

So when it comes to losing weight, having a proper intake is not enough for doing the trick. Taking a healthy diet will do the thing but the process will be slow and you will get bored and end up leaving it. So the trick is to accompany a good diet with a workout routine.

Workout is important as it gives proper shape to your body and improves your metabolism which in terms helps to lose weight.

So here are a couple of exercises that will help you make your body look better within a small period of time.

The thing is that you have to change your routine. You have to develop a healthy lifestyle in which you take a healthy diet and accompany it with a workout routine.

 

Plank:

The plank is an isometric core strength exercise that involves maintaining a position similar to a push-up for the maximum possible time

Planks are the best exercise when it comes to shaving your abs properly. The reason is that when you place your elbows and tows in that plan position, that puts all the weight and pressure on your abs and abs start to strengthen. Planks are the ultimate solution to lose abdominal weight and they also aid in losing weights on other parts of the body.

The procedure is to put your elbows and toes in the position as shown in the image below and hold this position for as long as you can. At first you will not be able to hold the position for long but as you keep practicing, you will get the stamina and you will be able to hold it for much longer period of time.

The world record for a front plank, resting on elbows, was set by Chinese policeman Mao Weidong, who formerly held the record and regained it back by planking for 8 hours, 1 minute and 1 second in May 2016.

The most common plank is the front plank which is held in a push-up-like position, with the body’s weight borne on forearms, elbows, and toes. Many variations exist such as the side plank and the reverse plank. The plank is commonly practiced in pilates and yoga, and by those training for boxing and other sports.

The “Extended Plank” adds substantial difficulty to the standard plank exercise. To perform the extended plank, a person begins in the push-up position and reaches their arms/hands as far forward as possible.

 

Squats:

Squats are also very helpful in losing weight as they halp shaping you body by targeting certain muscles.

In strength training and fitness, the squat is a compound, full body exercise that trains primarily the muscles of the thighs, hips and buttocks, quadriceps femoris muscle, hamstrings, as well as strengthening the bones, ligaments and insertion of the tendons throughout the lower body. Squats are considered a vital exercise for increasing the strength and size of the legs and buttocks, as well as developing core strength. Isometrically, the lower back, the upper back, the abdominals, the trunk muscles, the costal muscles, and the shoulders and arms are all essential to the exercise and thus are trained when squatting with the proper form.

The procedure is to keel your feet about a shoulder width apart. Open your arms forward. Bend your knees and move your hips forward. Lower the body, and bring your thighs in a parallel line to the floor.

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This Mouthwash Removes Plaque From Teeth In 2 Minutes

Mouthwash, mouth rinse, oral rinse or mouth bath, is a liquid which is held in the mouth passively or swilled around the mouth by contraction of the perioral muscles and/or movement of the head, and may be gargled, where the head is tilted back and the liquid bubbled at the back of the mouth.

Usually mouthwashes are antiseptic solutions intended to reduce the microbial load in the oral cavity, although other mouthwashes might be given for other reasons such as for their analgesic, anti-inflammatory or anti-fungal action. Additionally, some rinses act as saliva substitutes to neutralize acid and keep the mouth moist in xerostomia (dry mouth). Cosmetic mouth rinses temporarily control or reduce bad breath and leave the mouth with a pleasant taste.

Use

Common use involves rinsing the mouth with about 20 ml (2/3 fl oz) of mouthwash. The wash is typically swished or gargled for about half a minute and then spat out. Most companies suggest not drinking water immediately after using mouthwash. In some brands, expectorate is stained, so that one can see the bacteria and debris.

Mouthwash should not be used immediately after brushing the teeth so as not to wash away the beneficial fluoride residue left from the toothpaste. Similarly, the mouth should not be rinsed out with water after brushing. Patients were told to “spit don’t rinse” after tooth brushing as part of a National Health Service campaign in the UK.

Gargling is where the head is tilted back, allowing the mouthwash to sit in the back of the mouth while exhaling, causing the liquid to bubble. Gargling is practiced in Japan for perceived prevention of viral infection. One commonly used way is with infusions or tea. In some cultures, gargling is usually done in private, typically in a bathroom at a sink so the liquid can be rinsed away.

Benefits and side effects

The most common use of mouthwash is commercial antiseptics, which are used at home as part of an oral hygiene routine. Examples of commercial mouthwashes companies include Cēpacol, Colgate, Corsodyl, Dentyl pH, Listerine, Odol, Oral-B, Sarakan, Scope, Tantum verde, and Biotene.[citation needed] Mouthwashes combine ingredients to treat a variety of oral conditions. Variations are common, and mouthwash has no standard formulation so its use and recommendation involves concerns about patient safety. Some manufacturers of mouthwash state that antiseptic and anti-plaque mouth rinse kill the bacterial plaque that causes cavities, gingivitis, and bad breath. It is, however, generally agreed that the use of mouthwash does not eliminate the need for both brushing and flossing. The American Dental Association asserts that regular brushing and proper flossing are enough in most cases, in addition to regular dental check-ups, although they approve many mouthwashes. For many patients, however, the mechanical methods could be tedious and time-consuming and additionally some local conditions may render them especially difficult. Chemotherapeutic agents, including mouth rinses, could have a key role as adjuncts to daily home care, preventing and controlling supragingival plaque, gingivitis and oral malodor.

Minor and transient side effects of mouthwashes are very common, such as taste disturbance, tooth staining, sensation of a dry mouth, etc. Alcohol-containing mouthwashes may make dry mouth and halitosis worse since it dries out the mouth. Soreness, ulceration and redness may sometimes occur (e.g. aphthous stomatitis, allergic contact stomatitis) if the person is allergic or sensitive to mouthwash ingredients such as preservatives, coloring, flavors and fragrances. Such effects might be reduced or eliminated by diluting the mouthwash with water, using a different mouthwash (e.g. salt water), or foregoing mouthwash entirely.

Prescription mouthwashes are used prior to and after oral surgery procedures such as tooth extraction or to treat the pain associated with mucositis caused by radiation therapy or chemotherapy. They are also prescribed for aphthous ulcers, other oral ulcers, and other mouth pain. Magic mouthwashes are prescription mouthwashes compounded in a pharmacy from a list of ingredients specified by a doctor. Despite a lack of evidence that prescription mouthwashes are more effective in decreasing the pain of oral lesions, many patients and prescribers continue to use them. There has been only one controlled study to evaluate the efficacy of magic mouthwash; it shows no difference in efficacy among the most common formulation and commercial mouthwashes such as chlorhexidine or a saline/baking soda solution. Current guidelines suggest that saline solution is just as effective as magic mouthwash in pain relief or shortening of healing time of oral mucositis from cancer therapies.

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8 Common Food Combinations You’d Better Avoid

Did you know that digesting food requires more energy than any other function in the human body? It’s no wonder we’re exhausted after a big lunch! It stands to reason, then, that the best way to free up some extra energy is to make our digestion as quick and efficient as possible.

Food combining is one of my favorite tricks to streamline the digestive process. Though food combining principles can get very complicated, depending on which expert you ask, I prefer to keep them simple. Simply pick just one dense food at each meal, whatever you’re craving most at that moment, and then fill the rest of your plate with raw and cooked non-starchy vegetables. Easy! By simplifying your meals, the digestive system doesn’t have to tackle too much in one sitting, helping you to avoid that bloated, sluggish feeling that can put a damper on the rest of your day.

Studies have shown that humans have a tendency to overeat when we are offered a wide variety of foods during a meal. So, by simplifying our meals, we will naturally eat less, without counting calories or worrying about portion sizes.

Best of all, you don’t have to give up any food groups that you love– you just may not want to eat them all at the same time. The following guide should help!

We all know that our health greatly depends on the food we choose to eat. That is why it has to be not only tasty but also good for our bodies. However, sometimes the wrong combinations of ingredients can undermine all the healthiness you were trying to achieve.

So today in this article I will tell you about 8 common foods that we all love to combine, maybe because they all tastes so awesome, but seriously we should avoid combining them. So stay tuned and read it all, after all knowledge is power.

 

Cocoa + milk

Cocoa is rich in oxalic acid, which blocks calcium absorption. When combined with calcium, this acid contributes to the formation of oxalate crystals, which are bad for your kidneys in excessive amounts. Of course, one cup of hot chocolate a week won’t hurt you, but be careful with it, especially if you have kidney problems.

Tip: Fats facilitate oxalate absorption, so if you are prone to kidney stones, make cocoa with skim milk.

 

Salad + lemon or vinegar dressing

Many vitamins and other valuable nutrients (like carotenoids) that are found in veggies and greens require fats for proper absorption. Whenever we dress our salads with lemon or vinegar only, we deprive ourselves of a great deal of healthy food elements.

Tip: If you are not a fan of vegetable oils (even though they are so amazing, helping us stay young and pretty), you might consider adding other high-fat products to your salad — an avocado, olives, or some nuts.

 

Cheese pasta + tomatoes

The starchy carbs that pasta is so rich in start to digest right in our mouths. This is done with the help of a special ferment, ptyalin, that is found in our saliva. Tomatoes, on the other hand, contain acids (malic, oxalic, citric), which, even in small amounts, break this ferment down. This leads to the hindering of starch digestion. The proteins found in cheese can also worsen this situation.

Tip: Nonacidic fresh or baked veggies and greens (such as basil) can be a great addition to your pasta!

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Coconut Oil Can Make You Look 10 Years Younger If You Use It For 2 Weeks This Way

Now we all heard it somewhere maybe from our grandparents or somebody else with experience in their lives, that coconut oil is very good for so many things. A home remedy you can use for so many things. And yeah because this article is about coconut oil and how it is effective in slowing the process of age (just from the outside look of course) I am gonna tell you a whole lot of benefits of coconut oil in this article today. So let’s get straight to it.

Coconut oil

Coconut oil, or copra oil, is an edible oil extracted from the kernel or meat of mature coconuts harvested from the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). It has various applications. Because of its high saturated fat content, it is slow to oxidize and, thus, resistant to rancidification, lasting up to six months at 24 °C (75 °F) without spoiling.

Due to its high levels of saturated fat, the World Health Organization, the United States Department of Health and Human Services, United States Food and Drug Administration, American Heart Association, American Dietetic Association, British National Health Service, British Nutrition Foundation, and Dietitians of Canada advise that coconut oil consumption should be limited or avoided.

 

Dry process

Traditional way of making coconut oil using an ox-powered mill in Seychelles

Dry processing requires that the meat be extracted from the shell and dried using fire, sunlight, or kilns to create copra. The copra is pressed or dissolved with solvents, producing the coconut oil and a high-protein, high-fiber mash. The mash is of poor quality for human consumption and is instead fed to ruminants; there is no process to extract protein from the mash.

 

Wet process

The all-wet process uses raw coconut rather than dried copra, and the protein in the coconut creates an emulsion of oil and water. The more problematic step is breaking up the emulsion to recover the oil. This used to be done by prolonged boiling, but this produces a discolored oil and is not economical. Modern techniques use centrifuges and pre-treatments including cold, heat, acids, salts, enzymes, electrolysis, shock waves, steam distillation, or some combination. Despite numerous variations and technologies, wet processing is less viable than dry processing due to a 10–15% lower yield, even taking into account the losses due to spoilage and pests with dry processing. Wet processes also require investment of equipment and energy, incurring high capital and operating costs.

Proper harvesting of the coconut (the age of a coconut can be 2 to 20 months when picked) makes a significant difference in the efficacy of the oil-making process. Copra made from immature nuts is more difficult to work with and produces an inferior product with lower yields.

Conventional coconut oil processors use hexane as a solvent to extract up to 10% more oil than produced with just rotary mills and expellers. They then refine the oil to remove certain free fatty acids to reduce susceptibility to rancidification. Other processes to increase shelf life include using copra with a moisture content below 6%, keeping the moisture content of the oil below 0.2%, heating the oil to 130–150 °C (266–302 °F) and adding salt or citric acid.

Virgin coconut oil (VCO) can be produced from fresh coconut milk, meat, or residue. Producing it from the fresh meat involves either wet-milling or drying the residue, and using a screw press to extract the oil. VCO can also be extracted from fresh meat by grating and drying it to a moisture content of 10–12%, then using a manual press to extract the oil. Producing it from coconut milk involves grating the coconut and mixing it with water, then squeezing out the oil. The milk can also be fermented for 36–48 hours, the oil removed, and the cream heated to remove any remaining oil. A third option involves using a centrifuge to separate the oil from the other liquids. Coconut oil can also be extracted from the dry residue left over from the production of coconut milk.

A thousand mature coconuts weighing approximately 1,440 kilograms (3,170 lb.) [clarification needed] yield around 170 kilograms (370 lb) of copra from which around 70 litres (15 imp gal) of coconut oil can be extracted.

 

Refined oil

Refined, bleached, and deodorized (RBD) oil is usually made from copra, dried coconut kernel, which is pressed in a heated hydraulic press to extract the oil. This yields practically all the oil present, amounting to more than 60% of the dry weight of the coconut. This crude coconut oil is not suitable for consumption because it contains contaminants and must be refined with further heating and filtering.

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Here is How to Detox Your Body Through Your Feet

Let me tell you first what exactly is detoxification, and how it is helpful.

Detoxification or detoxication (detox for short) is the physiological or medicinal removal of toxic substances from a living organism, including the human body, which is mainly carried out by the liver. Additionally, it can refer to the period of withdrawal during which an organism returns to homeostasis after long-term use of an addictive substance. In medicine, detoxification can be achieved by decontamination of poison ingestion and the use of antidotes as well as techniques such as dialysis and (in a limited number of cases) chelation therapy.

Many alternative medicine practitioners promote various types of detoxification such as detoxification diets. Scientists have described these as a “waste of time and money”. Sense About Science, a UK-based charitable trust, determined that most such dietary “detox” claims lack any supporting evidence.

 

Benefits

So many of us work hard every day and feel like we can barely get through it without needing some sort of energy boost. We tend to turn to sugar for a quick pick-me-up, but that’s really doing more harm than good. Many people don’t realize that the sluggish and even bloated feeling we get during the day can be the result of excess toxins in the body. Detox drinks help to naturally reduce inflammation, boost energy, support digestion, cleanse the liver and promote healthy skin.

A 2011 study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine assessed the use of clinical detoxification therapies by licensed naturopathic doctors in the United States. One hundred ninety-six naturopathic doctors completed a survey about the use of clinical detoxification therapies; 92 percent of respondents reported using detox therapies and over 75 percent utilized detoxification to treat patients for environmental exposures, general cleaning and preventive medicine, gastrointestinal disorders and autoimmune diseases.

But you don’t need a doctor to detoxify your body. Detox drinks are simple to make — there are a number of fruits, vegetables and herbs that stimulate detoxification while providing vitamins and minerals that keep the body functioning properly. Experiment with detox drinks today and notice how light, fresh and clear-headed you feel afterwards.

I predict that you’re going to want to make detoxing a part of your health routine.

 

Here’s how you can detox your body through feet

The ancient Chinese medicine practiced a detox method through the feet, based on the belief that the feet contain numerous energy zones which are connected to the internal body organs.

Therefore, they believed that they can cleanse the body from the accumulated toxins through the feet.

We suggest a few ways to try this effective technique:

Ionic Foot Bath

Ionic foot baths are an excellent way to cleanse the body of toxin. They are based on electrolysis, is a technique that uses electrical current to make a chemical reaction.

Initially, open the pores with the help of warm water, and then use salt is used as an anti-inflammatory astringent. The feet absorb the ions and thus get cleansed. The elimination of the toxins turns the water dark.