I’m Thin! Will I Lose Excess Weight During the Detox?

The general consensus is that skinny or thin people are healthier than people who are overweight. Nothing could be further from the truth. Skinny people may hold their toxic waste in parts of the body different from thick and fat people, but nevertheless, the toxicity is there and must be released if optimal health and internal cleanliness is desired.

Even thin people need to detox to keep their body free of toxins and impurities.

Starving one’s self to death and detoxifying the body are two different things. Starvation is the absence of food (eating food). Detoxification is the act or process of removing toxins from the body. You don’t have to starve in order to detoxify.

Benefits of Cleansing

When you cleanse your body, you open the door to healing and rejuvenation.

Cleansing our bodies is no different than giving a car a tune up. It has to be flushed out from time to time to make sure it’s operating at maximum levels.

Detoxifying our bodies helps us to eliminate toxic waste accumulations, mucus, parasites and worms, excess fat, fluid buildup (cellulite), old and hardened fecal matter buildup, and many more unsightly and odorous things that play a pivotal role in sabotaging our health.

Other benefits are:

  • Healthier looking skin
  • Enhanced energy levels
  • Clearer thinking
  • More normalized and regulated body functions
  • More regular bowel movements
  • Reduced food cravings
  • Enhanced circulation
  • Stronger immunity

Detoxing and weight loss

If you feel you are too skinny and may harm yourself while detoxifying, there’s no cause for concern. There’s no fearing of ‘withering away’ and becoming thinner than you may already be. Detoxing is not injurious, but helpful.

Weight loss is part of the detox process-you’re eliminating water weight and weight of toxins your body is holding on to. In other words, you’re losing ‘bad’ weight. If you detox and lose 3-5 pounds, that’s because you could afford to lose 3-5 pounds.

After the detox, rethink your food consumption to ensure you’re eating healthy, clean foods that offer you the nutrition your body needs. Consider your exercise program, too. Spending an hour on the treadmill five times a week isn’t helping your body. Alternating between cardio and muscle training does.

It’s one thing to look great, but another thing to look great and be toxic as hell on the inside.

Detoxing is safe for small-framed, slim, petite people. So go ahead and detox and get your mind right. Develop the right attitude. Keep your mind on your goal: cleansing, purification and detoxification!

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Thank you for reading!

2015-08-27T12:03:28-07:00