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05/02/2017 / By Bridgette Wilcox
Spring is the season when nature bounces back from the chilly winter months and your body is no exception. According to an article on MindBodyGreen.com, the body knows that the season for renewal and rejuvenation is nigh — making it ideal for doing a quick and gentle detox. Get your body ready for spring and cleanse it from all the holiday eating by trying out these simple steps, as listed on MindBodyGreen.com:
It doesn’t take complicated science or measured diets to give your stomach the spring cleaning its due. Following these easy steps for a few weeks is really all it takes. Research reveals the strong connection between the gastrointestinal tract and the brain. An article published in Harvard Medical School’s Healthbeat reveals that the brain and the stomach directly affect each other. For instance, even the thought of eating releases the stomach’s juices even before any food is ingested. It also reveals a correlation between stress and gastrointestinal disorders, which explains the common sensation of wanting to throw up before nerve-wracking events. This strong connection between the brain and the gut means that a spring tummy detox might just put you in the right mindset to take on new challenges that the new season brings.
Read more about ways you can detoxify your body on Detox.news.
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