You can do it just with this daily detox drinks, which uses carefully selected ingredients to off the onslaught of toxins that everyone inevitably comes across on a daily basis.
So Detox Drinks
cup hot water
tablespoon diced fresh ginger
2 teaspoons bee pollen
½ grapefruit, peeled and sectioned
1½ cups torn beet greens
2 sprigs fresh cilantro, stems trimmed
In a 2-cup glass measuring cup, combine the water, ginger, cinnamon, and bee pollen. Cover; let steep for 3 hours or overnight in the refrigerator. Strain the liquid through a fine sieve, discarding the solids.
Pour the liquid into the container of a blender. Add the grapefruit sections, beet greens, and cilantro.
Beet greens are rich in B vitamins that act as fuel for methylation. Bee pollen does wonders for supporting your liver—your body’s main detoxing organ. Grapefruit juice kicks this elixir up a notch with a punch of fresh, clean flavor while still being low in fruit sugars.
1 green tea bag
Boil a cup of water and put a green tea bag in it.
Add the juice of the lemon.
Drink it while it is still hot.
Green tea boosts your immunity. It is a good source of catechins, a type of antioxidants. Antioxidants scavenge the free radicals, thereby slowing down aging and preventing the proliferation of cancer cells. Lemon helps in cutting down the extra body fat by helping in mobilizing bile from the liver to the small intestine.
A few flaxseeds
A pinch of salt
Cut the avocado in half, take the seed out, and scoop out the creamy part.
Slice a cucumber.
Toss the avocado, cucumber, and flaxseeds into the blender.
Add a pinch of salt and spin it till you get a smooth, creamy texture.
Avocados are a rich source of vitamins, healthy fats, and fiber. They provide alpha and beta-carotenes to the body.
Cucumber helps to flush out toxins and rehydrates the cells.
Flaxseeds have a high polyphenol antioxidant content that helps to detoxify the body. It also aids weight loss, helps prevent cardiovascular diseases, and decreases insulin resistance.
Thinly sliced carrots
1/2 teaspoon roasted cumin seed powder
A pinch of salt
1. Pour the buttermilk into a jar.
2. Roughly chop a few mint leaves and a few coriander leaves.
3. Thinly slice half a carrot.
4. Toss the carrots and herbs into the buttermilk.
5. Add a pinch of salt and a bit of roasted cumin seed powder and stir well.
Buttermilk is rich in vitamin A, folate, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and omega-3 fatty acids. It prevents skin diseases, and helps to maintain good digestion.
Beta-carotene present in carrots makes them a rich source of antioxidants.
Coriander leaves have high vitamin A and vitamin K content and are also rich in minerals such as calcium and potassium.
Remember that the exterior beauty begins with inner purity.