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Healthy Spring Cleansing Tips

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“_GBD3533” by Gabriele Diwald

Spring is in the air, and while it’s natural to think of overhauling your home or office, you might want to consider giving your body a tune-up as well by detoxing—a process that is rooted in many traditional health practices such as ayurvedic and Chinese medicine.

Consult your health care provider before undergoing any type of detox, however, data suggest that most individuals without chronic medical conditions can withstand a simple detox, and the simplest of plans is to drink more water. Consistently drinking water each day can help rid your body of toxins even if you do nothing else.

“Without water, no living thing can survive,” emphasizes Robert Eakle, CEO of Alkame Water. “Water affects every area of our life and is an essential part to maintaining proper health.”

Water is akin to the fountain of youth and is a key element to any body detox plan. To make the most of your water, opt for purified, enhanced water, such as Alkame. Alkame Water’s patented formula includes a distinctive alkalinity and high levels of stabilized, dissolved oxygen that help maintain the natural pH balance in the body. In addition, the super-oxygenated water promotes the removal of waste and toxins from the body and promotes digestive health through improved absorption of nutrients.

These tips should also  help you plan your detox:

•    Ditch the Dewars (and other booze). Alcohol acts as a toxin in the body and can promote dehydration. Reducing or eliminating alcohol increases your opportunity to drink more water.

•    Cut down on caffeine. Coffee, soda and the like are diuretics and can have a toxic effect on the body by depleting it of water and, like alcohol, cause dehydration. Curb the caffeine and replace it with water, especially enhanced, alkaline, ionized water, which has been shown to promote energy and overall health by allowing the body to absorb water more quickly.

•    Track your water intake. Most people don’t pay attention to how much water they drink daily, which usually isn’t enough. Aim for two quarts or eight 8-ounce glasses every day.

Alkame Water is based in Las Vega, NV, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Alkame Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: ALKM). For more information about Alkame Water, including how to have it delivered to your home or office, visit www.alkamewater.com.