Sunday, December 21, 2008

Diabetes and detoxifying

Charles Roring, Manokwari - Indonesia

a-city-dweller.jpgPeople with diabetes who live in big cities are always exposed to toxins. When we ride motorcycles or drive cars on the streets the air we inhale contains toxic fumes. When we work in high-rise buildings that use chemical substances such as chlorofluorocarbons for air conditioning, we inhale it. Photocopy machines, laser printers and other office equipment emit or contain toxic materials such as lead, aluminium, cadmium and mercury. These toxic metals are harmful to our body.

People with diabetes who experienced toxic build up in their bodies must regularly do the detoxification. Detoxifying our body from toxins is important to restore our health and is needed to cure type 2 diabetes.

Removing toxic materials from our bodies can be done by exercising and eating chelating foods. These kinds of foods bind toxic metals stored in our bodies and eliminate them. Apple, orange and watermelon are some of the fruits that can "remove excessive toxic metal."

In addition to detoxifying, we need to avoid drinking too much alcohol. When we drink a lot of alcohol we put more burdens to our livers. Liver detoxifies unneeded substances from our body. It also regulates our blood glucose.

If we detoxify, we need clean water, not tea or coffee. Drinking juice is also good but we need to eat fruits too. Drinking too much juice can raise our blood sugar level higher than the normal level. Therefore, eating fruits is better. The fiber from the fruits can clean or remove toxins from our colon. In addition, the pith in the fruits contains flavanols that recycle vitamin C to be more potent.

denver.jpgCity dwellers need to do detoxification regularly to restore the performance of the liver in regulating blood glucose, to remove toxic metals stored in the body. By detoxifying regularly we will be able to survive the city living.