Naturally Gentle ways to Remove Toxins from Your Liver, Bladder, and Kidneys

Although our liver, kidneys and bladder are vital organs of our body, they are also the most neglected ones of our anatomy. This attitude of neglect is shared by millions of people all across the world and unfortunately, as time passes on problems can arise in these very organs that can make us regret the constant neglect. Here are some tips on how to start taking better care of the organs at an early age so that you do not need to pay hefty health price later on.

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1Cut back on salt and soft drinks

Chips, coffee and fried products with soda have unfortunately become a staple diet in many countries. If your staple diet includes colas, excess coffee, salted items and very high protein foods, then cut them out slowly but steadily. Instead of getting your protein from unhealthy processed meat that is high in salt, eat a balanced diet of lean protein, carbs, fiber and healthy fats. Try detoxing your body very second day and avoid these foods twice a week. Eat more veggies and fruits instead. You can also try to consume the unsalted version of your favorite snack.

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2Drink more tea, water, and… Cranberries

Because of our hectic and tiring work lives, we do not have the time or patience to rustle up healthy homemade dinners or lunches and it’s just so convenient to stop at a store and buy these ready to eat munchies. Try to incorporate green tea, ginger tea fruits and veggies like seaweed and cranberries in your diet gradually. Fruits are equally convenient as a snack or breakfast or even as a dessert so choose the healthier options.

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3Take your vitamins

There are many supportive herbs which help us in our fight to keep our kidney, liver and bladder fighting fit like vitamins-like B-6, Omega-3s and potassium citrate reduce the chances of any development of kidney stones and it’s easy to take them in the form of multivitamins or multi minerals pills.

5Remember to balance your mental and physical health

Stress today is a modern day epidemic which not only harms but even kills. Breathing exercises have shown a lot of promise in recent days. It can manage your stress, reduce the surge in blood pressure and oxygenate the whole body. Hydrotherapy, on the other hand, uses water to relieve body tensions, relaxes muscles and reduces pain and boosts your circulatory system too.

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