Your blood health means more to you than you think. Clean blood is also called slick blood, and the slicker your blood, the healthier you’ll be.
Your cardiovascular system is a closed system (or ideally is supposed to be), and a closed system is a physical system that does not allow substances in or out of the system. In all sciences, it is a system that is completely isolated from its environment.
Our Earth is a closed system – we won’t get any more water or air – what we have is what we get. Our atmosphere and our water bodies are closed to getting more air or water, which is why we need to take care of our planet more responsibly.
We need to treat our bodies the same way, especially our blood.
An open system is a system that has flows of matter between the system and its environment, and as things go in and come out, they adapt to the change.
If a blood toxin does get into your bloodstream, it may not leave without some detoxing, and blood toxins can accumulate over time and knock your blood health out of balance. You may then experience higher blood pressure or hardening of your arteries.
Blood toxins can escape through the capillaries at your skin – this is where you bleed when you cut yourself. This is where blood toxins escape when you detox.
How To Keep Your Blood Slick
- Most importantly, you should have a healthy diet that does not add rancid fats and toxins that pollute your liver, which in turn affects your blood.
Your liver helps protect your bloodstream and it removes toxins and waste from your blood at the same time it releases nutrients into your blood.
What an organ! You’ve gotta love your liver!
- Drink plenty of water throughout the day, and take a few sips before bed because your blood is thickest between 2:00 AM and 5:00 AM in the morning. Water keeps your blood slick.
- Use pure, flushing B3 niacin to remove blood toxins, but heed the warnings to never take more than 50 mg if you are currently taking blood thinners. I’ve written lots of articles about pure niacin, and have details on taking it during detoxing in my free 10-Steps To Detoxification eBook.
- I recommend detoxing 2 or 3 times every year if you’re healthy, and detoxing whenever you feel ill or if you’re experiencing health symptoms of concern.
Detoxing will remove toxins before they affect your liver and your blood, and if your blood is already circulating toxins, detoxing will remove blood toxins slowly but surely over time.
Keep your blood healthy and slick – you’ll notice the difference in how you feel.
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