5. Exercise. Pick an amount and type of exercise that’s appropriate for your state of health (check with your doctor if you have any doubts). For most people, walking at least 15 minutes a day is a good way to start. Exercise increases circulation, respiration and cellular metabolism. It helps the body burn off toxins and wastes and/or pump them out of the system.
6. Listen to your body and do whatever you need to do to stay within a manageable comfort zone. You may find that a smaller helping of a particular nutritional product is better for you, either temporarily while there’s a strong cleansing response, or long-term due to your individual body chemistry. You may even decide that a particular supplement simply isnt right for you.
If a cleansing reaction is too strong, you can reduce or even stop taking the supplements for a few days until you feel better, and then gradually build back up to a regular daily amount. (Some people need to go very slowly, using very small amounts for a while. These are often the people who eventually have the most dramatic transformation in well-being if they follow through) You may need to repeat this cycle more then once.