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Detox with Food

March 21, 2017

Spring has sprung, and if you are feeling sluggish after winter, there are some remarkable foods that you can eat, which will help you detox from the inside out.

 

 

Lemons and grapefruit are a good place to start. Add some fresh lemon to your water and you will notice a difference in the way you feel.

 

Adding brussel sprouts, broccoli, spinach, and kale to your diet will help aide in digestion and contain high levels of vitamins. This coupled with calcium and iron will help aid natural detoxification.

 

Legumes like beans, lentils, and peas are loaded with protein that can help with cell function. Because of the complex carbohydrates, you will fuel your body throughout the day with much needed energy, not to mention the dietary fiber, which helps with digestion.

 

An apple a day really does keep the doctor away. Apples are rich in fiber and contain folic acid and vitamins E and C.

 

Green and red onions contain amino acids and can help you flush unhealthy toxins out of your body.

 

Full of antioxidants, carrots work well when combined with apple, honey, and aloe Vera juice. Juice up the concoction every morning, and you will start to see the cleansing benefits almost immediately.

 

 

Instead of expensive creams and cleansers, try using foods such as sweet potatoes, salmon, and turkey for healthier looking skin. By adding these vitamin-boosting foods to your diet, your skin will start to glow.

 

Keep your tresses shiny and healthy by consuming walnuts, spinach, Greek yogurt, and blueberries. Lean cuts of beef and poultry are loaded with protein, iron, zinc, and vitamin B, and will help your strands become stronger and more plentiful.

 

Natural springtime foods are abundant and very affordable. Start your detox by combining all that nature has to offer with pure and natural food.

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