Published: 05/18/2007 - Updated: 06/08/2017
Author: Rosario de Cuenca Esteban
The days are longer and the heat is coming.
It is not so much about losing weight but to cleanse your body and recover the energy lost. To achieve this we must incorporate into our diet foods that promote the activity of the kidneys and liver, our major depurative organs. Furthermore, during this season, we must try to forget the caffeine, industrial bakery, meat and dairy products and rich in fat.
What to consume?
Fruits and vegetables, primarily. Their high water content, fiber and vitamins is perfect to help eliminate toxins.
Strawberry: With the arrival of good weather, the strawberry season begins. This delicious fruit has 90% water, and is rich in vitamins A, C and E, some wonderful natural antioxidants. Its consumption has a diuretic and slightly laxative.
Apple: It's the fruit for cleansing. In addition to vitamins, has a large amount of fiber that helps regulate the intestinal transit.
Grape: It has high water content and potassium, it purifies and regulates the blood cholesterol. It is recommended to take a grape juice fasting to stimulate our depurative system.
Cherry: The fruit has 85% water, it is restorative, cleansing and diuretic, and is also rich in iron and potassium.
Lemon: Lemon is a great ally anti-fat. It also helps to eliminate uric acid through urine.
Fennel: The fennel bulb is only 30 calories per 100 grams, and is an excellent debugger for kidney. It is also good satiating and helps digest fats. Take it in raw or boiled.
Artichoke: Within a diet, it is essential to include artichokes, as they help absorb the fat, reduce cholesterol, and eliminate fluid retention.
Asparagus: Its high potassium content makes it an important eliminator of toxins. It also has a lot of fiber and few calories.
Watercress: Prepare a delicious salad with cleansing watercress.
Of course, if you eat 2-3 Noni juices daily, the results are spectacular.
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