How to Create a Toxic-Free Diet

Include the following 6 steps to create a Toxic-Free Diet that will make you feel healthier and lighter. 

Eat organic
Organic food is perceived to be more environmentally friendly, ethical and nutritious. Pesticide residues and heavy metal levels have been found to be lower in organic produce. If you can’t afford organic wash and peel your fruit and vegetables before consumption. Alternatively try Sisel’s OrganicCleanse.

How to Create a Toxic-Free Diet

Drink Filtered Water
The second step in a Toxic-Free Diet is Filtered water. Filtering water is good way to remove toxins. Filtering water helps to remove contaminants that are found in tap water from:

  • Agriculture (pesticides, fertilizers)
  • Industrial pollutants
  • Urban runoff chemicals (car emissions, road surfaces, pharmaceuticals, personal care products, flame retardants)
  • Water treatment chemicals (disinfectant byproducts like trihalomethanes & haloacetic acids)

Drink filtered water

Drink Less Alcohol
Drinking less alcohol can also have a positive impact on your appearance. You will be pleased with the anti aging results!

Alcohol is a diuretic meaning it can make you urinate more causing you to be dehydrated. Ref This can cause your skin and eyes to look dull and lifeless.

If you reduce the amount of alcohol you drink your skin and eyes should look brighter. Alcoholic drinks are also full of calories so not drinking at all is likely to make it easier to maintain a healthy weight. If you are dieting this is something to consider.

Eat Unprocessed Whole Foods
Whole foods are those closest to their natural state. This should be part of any Toxic-Free Diet. Craft an unprocessed meal plan using ingredients and minimal processed foods from the fresh food sections of your supermarket. An unprocessed meal plan includes lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. By doing this you will be avoiding many unwanted chemicals that are added to process foods that potentially contribute to the toxic load on your body.

Eat Whole Unprocessed Foods

Eat Plenty of Dark green vegetables
Dark green leafy vegetables are good sources of many vitamins (such as vitamins A, C, and K and folate) and minerals (such as iron and calcium). They’re also great sources of fiber. This means it will support your body to remove unwanted toxins.

Consume 25-30 grams of Fibre per day
Getting the recommended 25 to 30 grams of fiber per day may help lower your risk for high cholesterol, heart disease and constipation, according to Colorado State University Extension. Regular pooping is very important to maintain your health and reduce the toxic load on the body. A study published in the “American Journal of Clinical Nutrition” in December 2009 found that increasing your fiber intake may also help you lose weight.

Other things to consider

I started on my health journey with a Toxic-Free Diet, this also lead me to look at avoiding other toxins such as those found in personal care and beauty products, as well as chemicals around the home. Fortunately Sisel provide a great range to fulfil my needs. Sisel was founded on the Mower Mission which was to bring safe non toxic personal care and bathroom products to market. The Mower’s voiced the potential dangers to toxins lurking in your bathroom as far back as the 1980s!

Many people consider starting with a toxic-free diet when it comes to dieting. The reason is because a good diet includes clean foods. By eating clean foods that are as close to nature as possible you are essentially creating a very good foundation for healthy diet. This can assist you in your dieting goals.

Similar to Follow My Health MIT, you can book a FREE online appointment with Dr Curt Ficenec. He will help you make decisions about your choice of anti aging dietary supplements. He can also provide you advice about eating a Toxic-Free Diet. One of Dr Curt’s strengths is providing advice about dieting. So if you are wanting an appointment over the phone, (similar to Follow My Health MIT) click here. You can find available time slots to suit your schedule. This service is FREE to anyone reading this article. Just mention B Toxic Free! Click here to make an appointment.

Others things to consider when living healthy

What Anti Aging Food Supplements to Take

Good anti aging nutritional supplements will support your Toxic-Free Diet endeavours. How is possible? Essentially aging is accelerated by the build up of toxins and cellular garbage. This accumulates over the years (also referred to as glycation and lipofuscin). Fortunately Sisel’s AGE pill provides powerful support in both these areas and is the perfect addition to your Toxic-Free Diet. It can also assist with dieting and weight loss goals.

Some people consider basise dietary supplement for there anti aging needs, however whilst basis dietary supplement contains Nicotinamide Riboside (NR), Sisel’s AGE Pill contains NR formed using a double covalent bond. This means Sisel’s AGE Pill has up to 3-4 more power than using straight NR. The number of synergic ingredients and they way they are combined makes a massive difference to the results, and so far I have not heard of the Elysisume dietary supplement getting as good reviews.

What Anti Aging Food Supplements to Take

Folic Acid, B6, B12, Coenzyme Q10 are all ingredients you will probably find in other anti aging dietary supplements on the market. However Sisel’s AGE Pill seems to be trumping the market, particular in terms of results, this is thanks to powerful natural precursors to NAD (AGE Pill Reviews click Here).

A great companion product to the AGE Pill you can consider taking in the category of an anti aging food supplements would be Sisel’s Fucoydon. The reason I would class this as an anti aging food supplement is because it contains Limu Moui extract and fucoidan – 3 types U, F and G.

With over 1500 pubmed studies on this ingredient you can quickly find out why this product is a key supplement to add to any healthy diet and particularly anyone wanting to remove toxins.

The power of Fucoydon


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Last Updated on March 27, 2023 by Katie Sisel Distributor