Passive Weight Loss
In the mood to lose weight? Detox Care can help. Our Detox Care cabins promote weight loss by detoxifying the body and burning calories while you relax in total comfort.

Maintaining a healthy weight is important to your overall quality of life. That's no secret. In fact, a 10-year study published by The New England Journal of Medicine discovered that the circumference of your waist alone is a critical factor for assessing the risk of premature death. In other words, by maintaining a healthy weight, you may be able to live a longer, healthier life.

That's where we come in with the Detox Care brand of weight reduction. Using infrared heat technology to burn calories, our infrared cabins is clinically shown to aid weight loss. Therefore, Detox Care can be an effective lifestyle adjuvant for those who cannot participate in traditional exercise programs due to medical conditions such as osteoarthritis, cardiovascular or respiratory problems.¹

In addition, according to information published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, a 30-40 minutes session in infrared sauna shown to burn up to 600 calories. During Detox Care infrared session, core temperatures increase, the body has to work hard to cool itself, causing a healthy sweat, this results in increased heart rate, cardiac output and metabolic rate, burning more calories, leading to more weight loss. And blood flow rises, increasing from 5-7 quarts up to 13 quarts a minute.

Plus, regular use of a Detox Care may provide many of the same benefits as regular exercise, such as cardiovascular conditioning. That's right, using Detox Care for infrared weight loss therapy is like giving yourself a passive cardio workout – wherever and whenever you need it!

  1. Dr. Richard Beever BSc, MD, CCFP. Do Far-Infrared Detox Care cabins have Measurable Health Benefits? A Sequential Longitudinal Interrupted Time Series Design Study. 2009. Dr. Richard Beever BSc, MD, CCFP. Do Far-Infrared Detox Care cabins have Cardiovascular Benefits in People with Type 2 Diabetes? Canadian Journal of Diabetes 2010; 34 (2) :113 - 118.
  2. Journal of the American Medical Association, August 1981.
  3. Dr. Masakazu Imamura, MD, et al. Repeated Thermal Therapy Improves Impaired Vascular Endothelial Function in Patients With Coronary Risk Factors. Vol. 38, No. 4, 2001. Journal of American College of Cardiology: pp 1083-1088.