Did you know that over 20% of the people in the US resolve to lose weight and get healthier on every New Year’s? However, only a small percentage of those people actually manage to achieve their weight loss goals.
Some people have it particularly hard. They work out regularly, reduce their calorie intake, and change their lifestyle, and despite this, they are unable to shed the unwanted extra pounds from their body.
What you may not realize is that a buildup of toxins within your body can be acting as a roadblock to your weight loss success. As we mentioned in the previous chapter, detoxing is far more effective than dieting. In fact, there is a chance that you might not achieve your weight loss goals simply if you don’t detoxify simultaneously.
The impact of toxic overload on your body can be quite harmful. Your fat cell production can increase, and each cell might get overloaded by toxins in addition to fat. The reason for this is to flush out the toxins from your system and protect your vital organs.
However, what this does is make it easier for you to gain weight rather than shed it. The simple reason for this is that your body does not shed toxic fat easily. The level of pollution today means only the fittest can survive.
The toxins you are exposed to on a daily basis can cause issues with reproduction, cancer, hormone-related problems, and weight gain. The main point here is that you need to take toxins seriously, and until you do, you will not be able to shed weight effectively.