Fall Detox with Cleansing Foods and Exercise Shortcuts

September 22, 2013

Detox, Weight

Are you ready for a Fall Detox Plan with cleansing seasonal fruits and vegetables as well as exercise shortcuts?

The beautiful fall season followed by the winter chill is the right time to balance your body with weight loss detox.  A natural cleanse and a few exercise secrets will allow you to enjoy the season with less stress and to be ready for the cold and flu season.

You can do an easy weight loss detox to reach your body or metabolic balance by changing your food and nutrition preferences based on your bio-individuality.

Fall Detox Cleansing Foods

Fall-Winter Cleanse with Weight Loss Detox Foods and Shortcuts

As we know, processed foods contain chemically derived ingredients our bodies don’t know how to read. This creates a metabolic disaster-imbalance.

Coupled with chronic stress and low level of exercises empty nutrition food contributes to chronic inflammation, which can lead to imbalance in the female hormones in our body.

Toxic chemicals in the water we drink and the air we breathe also affect our metabolic balance and contribute to inflammation in our body, which can lead to all types illnesses.

Fall is the right time to start and easy fall natural cleanse detox with seasonal whole foods. To do so, incorporate as many seasonal, local and freshly harvested vegetables in your diet: greens (kale, dandelion, beet greens, etc.), vegetables (fall squashes, beets, carrots, cauliflower, onions, garlic, zucchini, pumpkin, etc) fruits (avocado, apples, pears, kiwi, watermelon, etc.) beans (mung beans, lentils, etc.) nuts (walnuts, pistachios, pumpkin seeds). They all are full of fiber and help elimination.

Don’t forget to enjoy local the harvest with  juices and smoothies you can drink in the morning or  as a snack.

You can always use some fruits and vegetables for homemade cleansing detox recipes or rejuvenating facials (tomatoes, avocado, grapes, watermelon, apples, pears, etc.).

Fall and Winter Exercise Shortcuts

We are moving towards Winter, and it means that the days are getting shorter Fall-Winter Cleanse with Weight Loss Detox Foods and Shortcutsand shorter following naturally after the many long days of light.  But there is no excuse for us to exercise less because we don’t have time. Why? Well, we always can find exercise shortcuts to burn some calories:

  • park your car as far as possible;
  • take stairs whenever you can;
  • get up every fifteen minutes to stretch and deep breathe toh help reduce stress and detox;
  • dance / move / jump / stretch in the kitchen while you preparing a meal;
  • use more bending and stretching any time you clean the house, do gardening or talk on the phone (you can do the whole working out routine while text massaging).

We have to learn how to prioritize our health, our relationships, our jobs, etc., to sort them out and start a wonderful journey to wellness – a journey that will help us to get back our happy mind and healthy body.

Let us be smart, patient and full of a sense of humor if we want to feel and look fabulous this fall and winter season.

 

Breathe, smile and be happy.

©Irina Wardas, HHC

Women’s Holistic Health Coach

NaturalCounselorBlog.com

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4 Responses to “Fall Detox with Cleansing Foods and Exercise Shortcuts”

  1. Kate Says:

    Over the years, the importance of herbs has increased in the cosmetic industry. The main benefit of using herbs over chemicals in cosmetics is that they are natural and they do not have any side-effects. Also the results are permanent. Most herbs do not cost a lot like chemical cosmetics.

  2. lynn hahn Says:

    Good article! There’s new research stating that it may not be enough to get 3 days a week of exercise. The thought is that what you do between exercise bouts has a bigger impact than your actual workout.

  3. Elle Bieling Says:

    Can someone please recommend a great herbal cosmetic company?

  4. Irina Wardas Says:

    Thank you, Lynn. That was my point- we need to move all the time:-) Breathe, smile and be happy.

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