Cleansing Vs. Fasting

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Hey there, friend! Let's talk about fasting vs detoxing, shall we?

The first thing that probably comes to mind when you hear the word "fast" is speed. And that's exactly what fasting does to our body's renewal process - it speeds it up! By slowing down our normal digestive routine, fasting can kick-start our body's healing process, both physically and emotionally.

Now, let's talk about "cleansing." It's all about getting rid of the bad stuff that's been accumulating in our body. We're talking about toxins from our environment, unhealthy eating habits, and poor self-care. This cleansing process can happen in a variety of ways, such as through sweating, urination, bowl movements, and expectoration.

Many people assume that the quicker the cleansing process, the better. That's why a lot of folks turn to quick fixes like juice cleanses or water fasts. And while those methods can be helpful, slower and milder fasting with whole foods can foster patience and a faith in the wisdom of they bodies gentler cycles. Plus, it can bring some remarkable healing to those who lead stressful lives.

But remember, fasting doesn't have to be limited to just food. You can fast from anything that distracts you from your goals and intentions, like social media, TV, or even talking. This is a great opportunity to prioritize your self-care and focus on what really matters. So why not give it a try? Your mind and body will thank you for it!

Check out The Seasonal Detox Guide for more information on how to jump start your Spring detox.


Seasonal Detox Guide