Sweating Out What Poisons Us

sweating out what poisons us

Did you know that sweat is the best and most natural way to remove toxins from your body?

The human body is complex but straightforward as so many elements aid in its function. Yet its overall goal is to be healthy and remove threats that would allow it to become sick. This defense is called our immune system, but our body’s overall health aids and strengthens the immune system.

Most people need to understand that we were meant and can be 100% healthy. Our bodies have a code of perfect health, just like a mathematical equation of two numbers. For instance, 2 and 2, when added together, equals 4. Our bodies have more than two numbers/codes for perfect health, but there IS an equation. 

One of the equations or codes is drinking enough water. Preferably distilled with a bit of lemon juice or oil added, to help your body function and help dispel and move the harmful/toxins out regularly. 

And what better way to help this code out than to sweat out what poisons us? Nasty fluid/sweat out replaced by distilled clean water

Sweating is not one of the codes. However, it does aid the codes in the process of clearing out your body besides the urine tract. Science shows the act of sweating alone every day can heal the body of common toxins.

sweating out what poisons us

Breaking a sweat requires your inner core to reach a certain temperature so it can dispel and dispose of toxins, And for each person, that temperature may be different. For example, I have a hard time breaking out into a sweat. But, I have friends for who the smallest amount of exercise will have them reaching for the towel. Some of this is body type, and some are the inner bodies makings. 

The tendency to sweat easily is not good or bad. It only means those of us who have a more challenging time need to get creative.

Here is a list of exercises or fun activities that can help you break a daily sweat: 

  • Riding a bike
  • Sitting in a sauna
  • Cross country skiing
  • Working out 
  • Dancing
  • Working outside in many aspects like gardening, cutting firewood, mowing, maintaining the land and property.
  • Some people’s jobs are labor-intensive 
  • Hiking
  • Hot tubs
  • Tennis

I’m sure your list and mine have many more options. But, from this list, you can see there are ways to relax, exercise, have fun, and still get your daily sweat.

Now that you are aware of the benefits of sweating, let’s dive more into the types of toxins your body excretes from sweating. A clinical study with “20 participants found that sweat samples contained various toxins, including pesticides DDT/DDE, endosulfan, methoxychlor, and endrin. In fact, nearly all parent compounds of pesticides were found in the studies of the samples, which shows that sweating is an effective way of diminishing your body’s toxic burden.

Additionally, the sweat sample contained some pesticides-including DDT, Methoxychlor, and endrin-that were not present in the blood or urine samples collected from the same participants, suggesting that some pesticides are only mobilized and excreted through sweating.” -The Epoch Times.

Other toxins include but are not limited to are:

  • Phthalate, which is found in plastic products
  • Heavy metals like nickel, lead, cadmium, zinc, copper, and aluminum.
  • and Bisphenol A (BPA)

Now, as you sweat out some of these minerals, like zinc, potassium, copper, selenium, and chromium, you will need to replace them. Also, to stay hydrated and not cause your body to be badly affected in other areas, drink before and after sweating and to the amount you think you have sweated out. Coconut water is a great source to replenish your potassium. As to the other minerals, keep your diet rich with nuts, dark greens, seafood, and whole grains (not GMO infested), high in zinc, copper, selenium, and chromium. 


Dehydration will help no one as your major organs, and body needs pure, clean water to replenish itself. And, as pointed out earlier, allow you to reach your full potential health. Have I mentioned you need to drink lots of water ;)?!

Sweating also reduces inflammation in the body and will add youth to your insides and your exterior. 

From experience, my face can look a little dull and even puffy, but as soon as I get a good dance/workout in, the inflammation is gone, and my skin is brighter. Don’t believe me; take before and after pictures before your next sweat.

If you travel a bunch for work or pleasure, I recommend a good sweat, your choice of how you get it, as soon as possible after landing. Sweating will help you remove all the radioactive garbage and toxins your body has absorbed along the way and leave you refreshed and ready for your next meeting or time with friends and family. 

The last but most important factor of sweating out what poisons us is it relieves stress which is the main killer in 100% health, spiritual growth, and mental efficiency.

Stress is an unwanted poison/toxin that needs to be eliminated! Change nothing else but eliminate stress, and you will see a significant improvement in your health overall. 

Sweating aids in health, but it is up to you to start preventing the toxins from entering your body instead of constantly treating them after they are already there.

Prevention is a cure in itself, so start treating yourself right and sweat out those poisons and prevent the nasty things from taking over your life.

Heather Earles
Heather Earles

Is the owner of H&E Literary Works LLC, writes for a local newspaper, has written several books including A Busy Morning On The Farm and an upcoming thriller/drama series called “Prisoner Within.” She is a Print Specialist for Pufferprint and writes a blog on healthy living to aid and inspire. She has a podcast called Herb ‘N Wisdom™ and enjoys country living, God, and her family. “I love helping people heal and feel better about life.”

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