These tiny berries pack a wallop of anthocyanins, potent antioxidants that help your body eliminate toxins.
This spice is right for you; giner is a digestive tonic that aids circulation.
Lemon offers up antioxidant compounds called limonoids that activate detoxifying enzymes.
Just one cup of sliced mango meets 3/4 of your daily vitamin C needs. The fruit also contains fiber, which aids your digestion.
One orange packs more than 100% of the suggested intake of vitamin C. Like lemon, oranges contain limonoids that help activate the body's detox process.
Parsley is a natural diuretic: The herb promotes the elimination of toxins in the urine.
Peppermint works as a natural appetite suppressant and antimicrobial that eliminates germs in food and makes you feel fuller.
Pomegranate juice contains punicalagin, an antioxidant that promotes detoxification and may inhibit colon cancer.
Thyme helps neutralize bugs, including strains of E. coli and staph that can cause serious illness.
This antioxidant rich cruciferous veggie aids your body’s natural detoxification system and reduces inflammation.
This fiber-rich legume aids in elimination, helps lower cholesterol, balances blood sugar and even increases your energy.
A strong detoxifier broccoli neutralizes and eliminates toxins while also delivering a healthy dose of vitamins.
13. Turnip Greens
A potent detoxifier Turnip Greens prevents many types of cancer and is great for reducing inflammation.
14. Steel Cut Oats
High in both soluble and insoluble fiber, oats will keep you satiated and your digestive system moving.
Nutrient dense cucumbers which are 95% water, help flush out toxins and alkalize the body.
16. Sunflower Seeds
High in selenium and Vitamin E, sunflower seeds aid the liver’s ability to detox a wide range of potentially harmful molecules.
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