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Reset from the Holidays – Natural Ways to Detox

January 18, 2022

Reset from the Holidays – Natural Ways to Detox

By Jing Struve

CEO & Executive Director of Farlong Nutraceutical 

 

After indulging in holiday festivities, people are looking for ways to reset and start the new year off right. Maintaining a healthy weight is key to living a long healthy and active life. By shedding excess weight, you can reduce the risks of illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. Whether you’re looking to shed extra winter weight gain or simply detoxify your body, there are many ways to do so with exercise, superfoods and natural ingredients. Learn more below about healthy and easy ways to initiate the detox process:

 

Schisandra Berries

Schisandra berries are unique as they contain all five flavors: salty, sweet, sour, pungent, and bitter. The berries help replenish the body’s natural energy and helps the liver detoxify harmful substances and maintain optimal enzyme levels, protecting the liver's cells from damage.

 

Mulberry

Mulberry helps the liver break down and metabolize medications at an optimal rate, which improves the effectiveness of other medications that you might be taking – ultimately supporting better health overall. Mulberry is also used to keep blood sugar levels within a healthy range and support the liver's ability to break down and process fatty acids.

 

Ginger

Ginger has been recognized for thousands of years for its ability to stimulate digestion, circulation and sweating to cleanse the body. It’s known to reduce the build-up of toxins in organs such as the colon and liver. As a diaphoretic, it will help your body warm from the inside out.

 

Mung beans

Mung beans are a powerful food that can benefit almost every aspect of your health.
When consumed on a consistent basis, mung beans have helped to prevent and address chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, obesity and more. The beans work to clear heat in the body, reduce acne, and clear toxins. The proteins, tannins, and flavonoids in the beans help to bind and clear pesticides and heavy metals in the body. 

 

Dandelions

Dandelions stimulate the liver by flushing out toxins and enhancing the organ’s detoxification abilities. The dandelion is known as a bitter, which stimulates taste buds and results in the movement of juices from saliva to bile, helping the digestive tract move along and promoting the breakdown of fats.

 

Exercise

Exercise in addition to natural herbs and superfoods can helps the lungs, kidneys, immune system and intestines be more efficient at naturally detoxifying the body. Introducing exercise to your regular routine can boost your mood, enhance your metabolism and jump start weight loss.

 

The liver is a vital organ that filters blood, metabolizes drugs and nutrients, and detoxifies chemicals. When the liver is damaged or compromised, your health suffers. As you embark into 2022, tak

By Jing Struve

CEO & Executive Director of Farlong Nutraceutical 

 

After indulging in holiday festivities, people are looking for ways to reset and start the new year off right. Maintaining a healthy weight is key to living a long healthy and active life. By shedding excess weight, you can reduce the risks of illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. Whether you’re looking to shed extra winter weight gain or simply detoxify your body, there are many ways to do so with exercise, superfoods and natural ingredients. Learn more below about healthy and easy ways to initiate the detox process:

 

Schisandra Berries

Schisandra berries are unique as they contain all five flavors: salty, sweet, sour, pungent, and bitter. The berries help replenish the body’s natural energy and helps the liver detoxify harmful substances and maintain optimal enzyme levels, protecting the liver's cells from damage.

 

Mulberry

Mulberry helps the liver break down and metabolize medications at an optimal rate, which improves the effectiveness of other medications that you might be taking – ultimately supporting better health overall. Mulberry is also used to keep blood sugar levels within a healthy range and support the liver's ability to break down and process fatty acids.

 

Ginger

Ginger has been recognized for thousands of years for its ability to stimulate digestion, circulation and sweating to cleanse the body. It’s known to reduce the build-up of toxins in organs such as the colon and liver. As a diaphoretic, it will help your body warm from the inside out.

 

Mung beans

Mung beans are a powerful food that can benefit almost every aspect of your health.
When consumed on a consistent basis, mung beans have helped to prevent and address chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, obesity and more. The beans work to clear heat in the body, reduce acne, and clear toxins. The proteins, tannins, and flavonoids in the beans help to bind and clear pesticides and heavy metals in the body. 

 

Dandelions

Dandelions stimulate the liver by flushing out toxins and enhancing the organ’s detoxification abilities. The dandelion is known as a bitter, which stimulates taste buds and results in the movement of juices from saliva to bile, helping the digestive tract move along and promoting the breakdown of fats.

 

Exercise

Exercise in addition to natural herbs and superfoods can helps the lungs, kidneys, immune system and intestines be more efficient at naturally detoxifying the body. Introducing exercise to your regular routine can boost your mood, enhance your metabolism and jump start weight loss.

 

The liver is a vital organ that filters blood, metabolizes drugs and nutrients, and detoxifies chemicals. When the liver is damaged or compromised, your health suffers. As you embark into 2022, take care of your body and start it off the right way with a natural detox that can eliminate any sluggish feeling and help shed extra weight from the holiday cookies and treats.

 

About the Author:
Jing Struve has over 16 years’ experience in the healthcare industry and is the executive director at Farlong Nutraceutical . Inspired by the healing power of ancient Oriental remedies, Jing is passionate about applying these techniques in concert with modern technology to assist people in living healthier and better lives. For more than 23 years, her company has focused on discovering, developing, and providing safe, effective, and unique medicinal herbs, plant extracts, and formulas with its own GAP (Good Agricultural Practice) certified cultivation base, cGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practice) certified manufacturing facilities and distribution channels. Jing studied Traditional Chinese Medicine with the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and is currently enrolled in The Master of Science in Oriental Medicine PhD program at Alhambra Medical University.