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cleansing and detoxing your body


The following post is provided by Guest Contributor, Ryan Harrison of DrNatura.

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Toxins in the form of perfumes, dyes and synthetics are abundant in modern beauty products. Over time, these toxins can accumulate in the body; primarily in the liver and colon – the major organs responsible for body detoxification.

In our modern world, where toxins and synthetics exist in the air we breathe, foods we eat and products we use, the liver and colon must work overtime – thereby compromising their effectiveness. That’s why using natural beauty products is paramount to maintaining overall health and wellness. You can further enhance the effects of these natural products while promoting radiant skin and hair, from the inside, by taking an active role in the detoxification of your body.

dn.jpgWhen the body’s main detoxification organs become compromised, they aren’t able to perform their primary functions. This reduced efficacy shows up physically in your body. You may notice more blemishes and bloating, or you may discover that yours skin has become dry or that your hair has become brittle.

You can help boost your body’s natural detoxification processes, thereby enhancing your natural beauty from the inside out, by choosing all natural body detoxification products. Colon cleansing with herbal fiber, for example, is a great way to detoxify the body by removing toxins and waste while supplementing healthful herbs. All natural omega 3 and colloidal supplements can have a positive and measurable effect on the skin and hair.

When considering your beauty regimen, stick to all natural products; but also focus on enhancing your health and wellness from the inside out. That means eating lots of fresh, organic fruits and vegetables, drinking lots of green tea and purified water, and adding herbal fiber supplements for cleansing and detoxification.

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Monday, October 17, 2011

reclaimed silver Gemma Correll cat head necklace


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Renowned illustrator Gemma Correll created the original drawing of these 3 cat faces. The reclaimed sterling silver necklace was handcrafted by Chocolate and Steel and is available at the ChocolateandSteel Etsy shop for $52. You can also purchase a matching pair of earrings.

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monday’s green news roundup


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