It is undeniable the fact that one needs to detox as often as possible and the best time of the day to do it is in the mornings.
We have in the past spoken about health foods that help you do do that, but today, we focus on wheat grass, not only good for detoxification but deal with grey hair.
We will talk about grey hair because of a testimony of an 80-year-old without grey hair who identified wheatgrass as her secret. Just a little wheatgrass can give you as much as nutritional value as 175 grams of lettuce, celery or carrots. Even the ancient Egyptians have used it for this purpose.
We are all aware of the level of toxins our bodies have to cope with due to modern day stress, unhealthy eating, radiation and so on. It therefore important to regularly work towards cleansing the system.
Some people try to argue that they do not need to detox but there are too many scientific research reports that point to the fact that some of the diseases recorded in recent times are products of built-up toxins in the body.
9 Signs that your body needs detoxification:
- Skin issues
- Bad breath and body odor
- Improper digestion
- Bloating and gas
- Rapid weight loss
- Fatigue, poor concentration, poor memory
- Premature aging
Wheatgrass is a food prepared from the freshly sprouted first leaves of the common wheat plant, It is sold either as a juice or powder concentrate. There are more than 100 ingredients found in wheatgrass that are very important for the body’s growth and function.
We can break them down into broad categories such as fatty acids, enzymes and antioxidants.
Wheatgrass is consisted by 70% of chlorophyll which is helpful for removing the toxins and heavy metals from our system.
Vitamins such as A, B, B17, C, E, F and K, and minerals like iron, magnesium, calcium, and potassium.
The wheatgrass has ingredients that boost red blood cells and purifies the blood and other organs of the body including liver as well as increase metabolism.
Due to a large amount of chlorophyll, it provides oxygen in the blood.
The chlorophyll in wheatgrass is able to get into the tissue, where it can actually refine and renew them.
Wheatgrass ointments are very beneficial to the treatment of various skin diseases involving the outer and underlying layers of the skin.
These include; itching and burning of the rectum; ivy poisoning; weeping and dry eczema and even in conditions caused by insect bites or infection.
This is an original Healthfoodsolution.com article. Feel free to leave comments and questions below this post.