Foods That Will Naturally Detox You
I feel sluggish. Perhaps it's the winter cold driving me to constant comfort eating, or I could just be a fatass. Who knows? All I know is, I want a cleanse. I want my body to feel clean and healthy again, so why not accomplish this naturally?
Some people believe that they have to take a supplement in order to go on a cleanse or a Detox. Others believe that flushing your system out with various combinations of liquid concoctions will do the trick. Many people are unaware that a good and natural cleanse can be made by simply eating.
Here are some foods that you can incorporate into your diet to naturally Detox your system:
Cauliflower is an anti-oxidant rich vegetable that ads your body's natural detoxification system and reduces inflammation.
Broccoli is a strong natural detoxifier. Broccoli neutralizes and eliminates toxins while also delivering a healthy dose of vitamins.
Turnip greens are super potent, and have also been found to help prevent many types of cancer, in addition to reducing inflammation.
Lentils are a fiber-rich legume that aid in elimination, lowering cholesterol, balancing blood sugar, and increasing energy.
Grapefruit is a fiber-rich fruit that helps lower cholesterol, prevent kidney stones, and aids the digestive system.
Cucumbers are nutrient dense and are composed of 95% water, which helps to flush out toxins and alkalize the body.
Steel Cut Oats
Steel cut oats are high in soluble and insoluble fiber, keeping you fuller longer and your digestive system moving.
Sunflower seeds are high in selenium and Vitamin E, which aid the liver's ability to detox a wide range of potentially harmful molecules. In addition, they help to prevent cholesterol build up in the blood and arteries.
Hemp seeds are high in nutritional value: giving you an excellent source of omega 3 & 6 fatty acids, are easy to digest, have a strong anti-inflammatory effect and aid in elimination.
So, will you be adding any of these foods to your diet?
Ally | Elite.
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