A detox diet can be a great option to rid your body of toxins and waste.
Everyday substances like pesticides and insecticides, drugs, exhausts from motor vehicles, and other chemical pollutants enter the body. Inhaling these toxins - indoor and outdoor, or ingesting them sets one up for health risks.
It is important "however" that you consult with a doctor before going on this rigid plan. There may be uncomfortable effects on the body. These include headaches, nausea, weakness, fatigue. If you should experience these symptoms, go ahead and take some rest. Resting is good because your goal is to get the body healed and invigorated.
I recommend a day of juice fasting and eating raw green vegetables are good enough to rejuvenate the body. One should not go to any extreme to rid the body of toxins. It all depends on the individual though and how much the body needs a detox. One may want to do 2 - 3 days of detox. The body has organs to "mop up" toxic waste that may result in damage.
Apples are a great fruit that gives you rich sources of fiber. There are many varieties available today in different geographic locations. You have the option of satisfying your own taste buds with sweet or tart varieties.
There are a wide collection of berries to choose from. Visualize biting into strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, or blackberries. Each berry gives you a unique flavor. All berries are excellent cleansers.
When you think of grapefruit, do you think of breakfast time? In warmer climates this is a big fruit where many people have grapefruit trees in their yards. There are pink and white varieties. Grapefruit has the ability to possibly reduce cholesterol.
Pineapples are a wonderful source of food to help with anti-inflammation. Many people with joint problems, eat fresh pineapples, or drink pineapple juice.
Other wonderful fruits that are beneficial for cleansing the body are tomatoes, lemons, and limes. You can plan your detox using any or all of these fruits.
Beets provide you with excellent benefits of cleaning out the liver. One of the advantages to beets is steaming or cooking them on the stove. Beets also act as a laxative. You can also have them cold in salads with different greens. Greens - select a variety, include parsley and dandelion root.
Carrots cooked or raw round out an important part of a detox diet. Other vegetables that aid in cleaning your body are cucumbers, celery, American yams or sweet potatoes. Here is a little extra tip: Garlic and Ginger are also winners for keeping your body healthy. Think about all the great foods you can eat, and the peace of mind you will have.
The detox diet is a great option for you to clean out all the toxins and waste that comes from everyday life. Below are some other articles you may be interested in.
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