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Free Checklist: 10 Signs Your Body Is Screaming For A Detox

Hello!  busy, professional woman Struggling with Signs Of Aging Too Fast

Chronic Stress can add 5 to 10 years to your looks.  If you’re stressed out about something – work, money, relationships— The Stress is written all over your face. In Truth, You’re Making Yourself Look OLD.

  • You are feeling fatigue and sluggish mentally and physically and No one seems to understand what you are going through — not even your doctor.
  • You look in the mirror and no longer see the vibrant, sensual woman you once were. 
  • You are worried about the weight you’re gaining. 
  • You notice more wrinkles, changes in texture of skin and hair.

I can relate. I understand how you’re feeling. The voices out there told me my hormones were out of whack, that it’s expected at my age.  

I would wake up in the morning and look in the mirror and ask myself “why do my eyes look so tired? Have I put on more weight ?  Do I look older than I really am?”
I am sure you can relate to these thoughts,  did you know that stress and aging are adversely related?

Stress and Aging are Highly Linked

Stress and aging are highly linked. The Spectrum is a book authored by Dr. Dean Ornish which highlights his study on reversing the rate of stress and aging. According to the study, stressed participants were asked to consume a diet high in plant food, a 30-minute physical exercise (6 days a week), yoga, meditation, and joining support groups for three months. It was observed towards the end of three months, stress levels were reduced and chromosomes alteration that increases our biological aging had improved by 10%.

One way of reducing effects of stress and aging is by making better choices for our body, mind, and soul.

If your body is constantly overworked and stressed, some complications can arise. You might feel out of sync, have irritated skin, different aches and pains, or digestive issues. 

Just like you desperately need those two weeks  vacation  from your job, well,  your body also needs a break every from the overwhelming flood of toxins coming in.

Detox and cleansing is all about resting and caring for your body from the inside out, to give it a well-deserved break from the stresses of day to day life. Practiced for centuries by different cultures, detoxification aims to remove the toxins present in your blood and organs and replace them with the healthy nutrients that your body needs to function at its optimum level.

Toxin Sources

Toxins exist within most every facet of daily life. Some of the more commonly known sources include:

  • Water – contaminants, prescription medication residues
  • Processed foods – chemicals and additives
  • Pesticides – poisons in the food
  • Household cleaners – poisons (bleach, ammonia)
  • Pollution – car exhaust, second-hand cigarette smoke, manufacturing plants

Environmental Toxins

Environmental toxins invade the human body from all different directions, some of which include:

  • Cosmetics
  • Toiletry products
  • Plastics
  • Heavy metals
  • Medicines
  • Pesticides
  • Herbicides

About Glenda

Glenda is a retired nurse caregiver  and creator of Ageless Detox Online Coaching System

Our mission

We work  with mission driven women to creative  ways to live bold and never grow old.  First we listen. Then, together, we do what it takes to support a healthy, happy, thriving lifestyle.

Food-Based Toxins

If there was ever a reason to put detoxing on the top of your to-do list, today’s food manufacturing practices would likely go at the very top of the reason list. Within a year’s time, the average American consumes pounds of food-based toxins in the form of:

  • Additives
  • Chemicals
  • MSGs
  • Hormones

Even in cases where a person eats fruits and vegetables on a regular basis, UNLESS YOU EAT ORGANIC gallons of neurotoxic pesticides and herbicides enter the body over the course of a year’s worth of eating.

Effects of Toxins on the Brain

Optimal health stems from delicate chemical balances between hormones, nutrients and brain neurotransmitters. Anything that disrupts the body’s chemical balance can potentially offset any number of chemical systems.

The brain, in particular, uses chemicals as a means for communicating messages and regulating most every bodily process. Not surprisingly, years of toxin build-up will inevitably affect normal brain functioning.

The effects of toxins on the brain account for the many psychological conditions and brain diseases in existence today. Chemical imbalances in the brain can cause any number of psychological and cognitive disorders to develop, some of which include:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Memory loss
  • Problems sleeping
  • Lack of focus
  • Aggression
  • Autism
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Dementia


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