On a regular basis you eat, you drink and you are merry. You are also putting toxic substances into your body and leading your merry self to poor health and a sad lifestyle when you are older. Consuming foods and drinks that are unhealthy or toxic will definitely put stress on your body, cause disease that you don’t really want to experience, and make life seem sluggish and full of complications.
There are at least ten named toxins that we put into our bodies on a regular basis. Some we might even not think of as toxic and dangerous to health.
Do you use your caffeinated coffee as an energy drink? It is a great way to stay awake, be energetic for a couple of hours and maintain your attention when in meetings or trying to slog through difficult paperwork. Caffeine sends blood sugar and adrenaline levels soaring. If you continue to drink caffeine, coffees, colas or teas, you will force your adrenal glands to work hard. These glands become exhausted and will continual ask for another caffeine fix. You think that you are only going to sip one cup or can a day and then substitute with green tea caffeine, but you are really poisoning your body. Take care of your adrenal glands or that triangular shaped gland that lies above the kidneys. These little glands secrete the steroid hormones that synthesize glucocorticoids, mineralocorticids and some gonadocorticoids or sex steroid hormones. You need your adrenals to be healthy to maintain water balances and electrolytes and reabsorption. If you want to control stress and the use of carbohydrates, fats and proteins do think twice when you head off and consume large amounts of caffeine.
Carbs or eating breads constantly
You love breads in the morning, noon and night. Who thinks about what breads can do to your body? If you eat too many types of bread you may find that toxins from wheat can enter your blood stream and build up intolerances that will cause headaches, indigestion, fatigue, bad skin and depression. To