Body detoxification has been practiced for centuries now. Namely, a lot of religions, and even Hippocrates himself, recommended fasting as a method for improving the quality of life. Nowadays, there are a lot of detox diets that can help you lose weight, however, when you go on a low-calorie fasting, there is the possibility of starving out the body and slowing down the metabolism as a result of the loss of important nutrients.

The negative sides of detox diets are dehydration, nausea, dizziness, fatigue, and colon damage.

The Body’s Detox System

The body has its own internal system for detoxification. Hence, the kidneys, the colon, and the liver, are the organs involved in the process. The liver functions as a filter and prevents the passing of the toxins into the bloodstream. The function of the colon is to eliminate the toxins before they harm the body. And, the kidneys filter the blood and remove toxins through the urine.

In order for the detox diet to have effect, you need to intake the right ingredients. According to Dr. Oz, this can be done with the 48-hour weekend cleanse. It involves the consumption of specific foods that will help the detoxifying organs function adequately.

Take a look at the meals and snacks you need to eat two days in a row:

Quinoa and prunes- breakfast

Quinoa is a whole grain which is high in protein, fibers, and phosphorus. Prunes are also rich in fiber and Sorbitol. Sorbitol works as a laxative.

Needed:

Half a cup of quinoa

1 cup of water

1 pinch of nutmeg

1 teaspoon of grated ginger

1 tbsp of flaxseed oil

1/3 cup of chopped prunes

¼ cup of rice milk

Preparation:

Pour the cup of water and the half cup of quinoa in a small pot. Then, add the nutmeg and the grated ginger. Mix the content and put it to boil. Next, lower the heat, cover the pot, and simmer for 10 minutes. Then, add the rice milk and the prunes. Cover the pot again and cook for 5 additional minutes. Before consumption, mix in one tbsp of flaxseed oil.

Detox drinks as snacks between meals

Kale, ginger, and pineapple mix

Kale is excellent for cleansing the kidneys, whereas pineapple is rich in bromelain which encourages proper digestion, and ginger stimulates the bile flow in the gallbladder.

Needed:

A blender

Half a cup of pineapple

2 large cucumbers

1 bunch of kale without stems

Half squeezed lemon

¼ inch of ginger

Half a cup of mint

Preparation:

Mix all of the ingredients in a blender.

Pineapple, lemon, and pomegranate mix

Needed:

A blender

¾ cup of unsweetened pineapple juice

1 lemon

1 cup of unsweetened pomegranate juice

3 cups of water

 

Veggie snack

Slice radishes, cucumber, and celery and mix them. Sprinkle them with olive oil, lemon juice, salt, and pepper.

 

Fruit smoothie for lunch

Needed:

Half a cup of unsweetened almond milk

1 tbsp of ground chia of flaxseed

¼ cup of frozen blueberries

¼ banana

Half a cup of ice

Preparation: Blend all the ingredients in a blender.

Veggie broth soup for dinner

Needed:

2 chopped red onions

2 chopped celery stalks

1 chopped fennel bulb with stalks and fronds

2 teaspoons of caraway seeds

2 teaspoons of sea salt

Ground pepper

1 cup of sliced shitake caps

4 large chopped garlic cloves

1 chopped cabbage

2 quarts of water

2 tbsp of paprika

2 tbsp of chopped fresh oregano

8 springs of chopped parsley with leaves and stems

Half a cup of chopped parsley

Preparation:

Put everything in a pot (except the chopped parsley) and add the 2 quarts of water. Let the content boil and then lower the heat. Leave it to simmer for an hour. Serve it topped with the chopped parsley.

This soup is an actual health bomb. Namely, fennel encourages the bile flow in the gallbladder, while garlic aids the liver and gallbladder function. Additionally, cabbage is excellent for the detoxification of the kidneys and liver, whereas shitake mushrooms are very beneficial in the improvement of liver enzymes.

Set of rules you need to follow

  • Never eat after 7 pm
  • Practice baths with Epsom salt
  • Drink a cup of dandelion root tea before going to bed

Other beneficial foods for detoxification of the body

THE LIVER-blueberries, blackberries, hot peppers

THE COLON- whole grains, fermented foods, and sour pickles

THE KIDNEYS-soy products, cauliflower, Bok Choy, and broccoli

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Body detoxification has been practiced for centuries now. Namely, a lot of religions, and even Hippocrates himself, recommended fasting as a method for improving the quality of life. Nowadays, there are a lot of detox diets that can help you lose weight, however, when you go on a low-calorie...