Best Detox Foods

If you are looking at a healthy detox week, try including some of these anti-inflammatory detox foods to aid your liver and cleanse the blood. These are going to make you feel amazing:

Lemons

Citric fruits such as lemon and lime are great for detoxification. They are loaded with Vitamin C which help fight free radicals which damage your body. They are alkaline in property and help restore the body’s pH balance. It also makes your immune system strong. Include lemon in your morning drink to start the day the alkalising way!


Green Tea

Helps to promote detoxification. Green tea contains antioxidants and boosts the performance of the liver. Matcha tea is high in a catechin, which can help fight cancer. It also prevents heart disease, type 2 diabetes and aids in weight loss.


Cabbage

Contain the chemical sulforaphane, which helps the body fight against toxins, as well as the antioxidant glutathione which boosts liver function. In its fermented form as sauerkraut, it contains beneficial bacteria that promotes bowel function and aids digestion.


Leafy vegetables

Can boost the level of chlorophyll in your digestive tract and help you detox. They are also very versatile, and you can eat them as a salad, or include in smoothies and soups.


Beetroot

Contain a good amount of fibre that boost production of antioxidant enzymes in the liver and can help the liver and gallbladder eliminate excess bile, plus they contain nutrients like magnesium, iron, and vitamin C.



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