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Detoxify Your Body naturally After The Holidays

January 18, 2016

Detoxification is about resting, cleansing and nourishing the body from the inside out. By removing and eliminating toxins, then feeding your body with healthy nutrients, detoxifying can help protect you from disease and renew your ability to maintain optimum health.

The liver is one of the hardest working organs in your body. Responsible for over 500 functions, your liver performs essential roles in your metabolism, your immune system, your digestive system and your detoxification system.

The liver is most commonly known as the bodies main detox organ. It is a real, vital series of processes that keep your body healthy and free of disease through the removal of toxins. The liver filters every single quart of blood to protect your body from the damage that toxins can do to you.Your liver is also responsible for filtering and processing all of your hormones.

The liver detoxes the body in two phases:

Phase 1: In phase one, the liver will take a toxin and convert it into a less harmful toxin through either oxidation, reduction or hydrolysis. Simply put, the liver makes something that was once very toxic into something that is less toxic through a chemical reaction. This process does create other toxic byproducts that need to be neutralised through the ingestion of anti-oxidants and in phase two.

Phase 2: In phase two the liver attaches a buffer molecule to the toxin which makes it less toxic still. The toxin is then processed so that it becomes water-soluble such that the body can now easily excrete it through the urine. Most toxins begin their journey in a fat soluble state which is very hard for the body to excrete.

That’s why they say go easy on the deep fried, fatty foods etc.

Both phase one and phase two liver detox must be working optimally and in tandem for safe detoxification to happen. If you are not eating adequate nutrients, if either of the phases is working at a faster pace than the other phase or if you are over loading your system with toxins, you risk the increase of toxin residue in the body which in turn starts acting up as digestive health issues, hormonal imbalances etc

Hence,Supporting the liver is one of the best ways to detox and many of these foods will do just that.

  • Water
    The most important ingredient in any detoxifying routine is to add lots and lots of water to your diet. If you are actively detoxifying your body, you may want to drink up to gallon of water each day. The exact amount depends on your body weight, and the amount of liquid you are used to consuming during the day.
  • Artichokes
    Artichokes help the liver function at its best, which in turn will help your body purge itself of toxins and other things it doesn’t need to survive. It ups the liver’s production of bile, which helps break down foods and helps your body use the nutrients inside them.
  • Apples
    Apples are full of wonderful nutrients. You get fibre, vitamins, minerals and many beneficial phytochemicals. All of these substances are used in the detox process. One flavonoid, Phlorizidin (phlorizin), is thought to help stimulate bile production which helps with detox as the liver gets rid of some toxins through the bile. Apples are also a good source of the soluble fibre pectin, which can help detox metals and food additives from your body. It’s best to eat only organic apples as the non-organic varieties are among the top 12 foods that have been found to contain the most pesticide residues.
  • Almonds
    Almonds are the best nut source of Vitamin E. In fact, just one ounce contains 7.3 mg of “alpha-tocopherol” vitamin E, the form of the vitamin the body prefers. They’re also high in fiber, calcium, magnesium, and useable protein that helps stabilise blood sugar and remove impurities from the bowels.
  • Asparagus
    Not only does asparagus help to detoxify the body, it can help you wage the anti-aging battle, protect you from getting cancer, help your heart to stay healthy, and is a general anti-inflammatory food. It’s also known to help with liver drainage, which might sound like a bad thing, but since the liver is responsible for filtering out the toxic materials in the food and drinks we consume.
  • Avocados
    This wonder fruit is packed with antioxidants, lowers cholesterol and dilates the blood vessels while blocking artery-destroying toxicity. Avocados contain a nutrient called glutathione, which blocks at least 30 different carcinogens while helping the liver detoxify synthetic chemicals. Consuming avocados is associated with better diet quality and nutrient intake level, lower intake of added sugars, lower body weight, BMI and waist circumferences, higher “good cholesterol” levels and lower metabolic syndrome risk.
  • Basil
    Basil has anti-bacterial properties, and it’s full of antioxidants to protect the liver. The active ingredients are terpenoids. It is also wonderful for digestion and detoxification, too. It supports the functioning of the kidneys and also acts as a diuretic to help the body expel unwanted toxins.
  • Beets
    A single serving of beets can do more for your health than most foods in the produce isle. Beets contain a unique mixture of natural plant chemicals (phytochemicals) and minerals that make them superb fighters of infection, blood purifiers, and liver cleansers. They also help boost the body’s cellular intake of oxygen, making beets excellent overall body cleansers. When you’re detoxing, beets will help by making sure that the toxins you’re getting out actually make it out of your body.
  • Blueberries
    Blueberries contain natural aspirin that helps lessen the tissue-damaging effects of chronic inflammation, while lessening pain. Just 300 grams of blueberries protects against DNA damage. They have antiviral properties and are loaded with super-detoxifying phytonutrients called proanthocyanidins.
  • Brazil Nuts
    These tasty treats are packed with selenium, which is key to flushing mercury out of your body. The body uses selenium to make ‘selenoproteins’, which work like antioxidants preventing damage to cells and there is growing body of evidence to show it has a key role in our health.
  • Broccoli
    Broccoli specifically works with the enzymes in your liver to turn toxins into something your body can eliminate easily. If you’re stuck for ways on how to make broccoli taste better try dehydrating or consider eating it raw. But don’t microwave it as this destroys both the nutritional and detox potential. Broccoli contains a very powerful anti-cancer, anti-diabetic and anti-microbial called sulforaphane which helps prevent cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis and allergies.
  • Broccoli Sprouts
    Broccoli sprouts can actually provide more benefit than regular broccoli as they contain 20 times more sulfurophane. They contain important phytochemicals that are released when they’re chopped, chewed, fermented, or digested. The substances are released then break down into sulfurophanes, indole-3-carbinol and D-glucarate, which all have a specific effect on detoxification. Add these to your salads and get creative with them in your meals.
  • Cabbage
    In addition to cleansing your liver, It contains sulfur, which is essential when it comes to breaking down chemicals and removing them from your body. Along with other cole crops, cabbage is a source of indole-3-carbinol, a chemical that boosts DNA repair in cells.
  • Celery and Celery Seeds
    Celery and celery seeds are excellent blood cleansers and contain many different anti-cancer compounds that help detoxify cancer cells from the body. Celery seeds contain over twenty anti-inflammatory substances. It is particularly good for detoxifying substances found in cigarette smoke.
  • Cilantro
    Cilantro, also known as coriander, contains an abundance of antioxidants. Cilantro helps mobilize mercury and other metals out of the tissue so it can attach to it other compounds and allow it to be excreted from the body. It also contains an antibacterial compound called dodecenal, which is effective against salmonella.
  • Cinnamon
    The oils from cinnamon contain active components called cinnamaldehyde, cinnamyl acetate, and cinnamyl alcohol. Cinnamaldehyde has been well-researched for its effects on blood platelets helps prevent unwanted clumping of blood cells. Cinnamon’s essential oils also qualify it as an “anti-microbial” food, and cinnamon has been studied for its ability to help stop the growth of bacteria as well as fungi. It has one of the highest antioxidant values of all foods.
  • Cranberries
    While they are more popular as fruits that help prevent urinary tract infections, cranberries are antibacterial and are known to remove many different toxins from your body. Cranberries feature a rich profile of anti-inflammatory nutrients, provide immune and cardiovascular support, as well as promote digestive health.
  • Dandelions
    Dandelions are considered a powerhouse food full of nutrients that are essential for anyone regularly eating processed foods. Dandelion root is known to act on the liver and pancreas by straining and filtering toxins & wastes from the bloodstream. They’re a rich source of minerals and provide a variety of phytonutrients. They’re super antioxidants that support cleansing of the digestive tract. Try adding dandelion leaves to your salad.
  • Fennel
    The fennel bulb is high in fiber. In addition to its fiber, fennel is a very good source of folate, a B vitamin that is necessary for the conversion of a dangerous molecule called homocysteine into other, benign molecules.
  • Flaxseeds
    When detoxifying your body, it’s essential to ensure toxins are eliminated properly. Ground flaxseeds provide a wonderful source of fibre that helps to bind and flush toxins from the intestinal tract. They’re also a great source of health promoting omega 3 oils. Try consuming two tablespoons of ground flaxseeds in lemon water every morning.
  • Garlic
    Many detox diets list garlic as a crucial piece of the puzzle. The reason is that garlic boosts the immune system as well as helping out the liver.Sulfur is found in high quantities in garlic — which makes it a good detox food and its antibiotic properties heal your body. Garlic is proven to be 100 times more effective than antibiotics.
  • Ginger
    Along side turmeric, ginger is one of the world’s most potent disease-fighting spices. Ginger spikes your metabolism, flushes out waste, is thought to help liver function, and has some astringent properties. Basically any way you can think of it get it into your system is going to be beneficial, especially if you’re suffering from a fatty liver caused by too much alcohol, or too many toxic foods and drinks.
  • Goji Berries
  • Replace raisins with nutrient-dense Goji berries to boost your vitamin C and beta-carotene intake. Gram for gram, goji berries pack more vitamin C than oranges and more beta-carotene than carrots. Vitamin C can help remove waste from your body, while beta-carotene improves liver performance.
  • Grapefruit
    The rich pink and red colors of grapefruit are due to lycopene, a carotenoid phytonutrient. Among the common dietary carotenoids, lycopene has the highest capacity to help fight oxygen free radicals, which are compounds that can damage cells. The big takeaway on grapefruit is that it gets your liver fired up and ready for action, while infusing the rest of your organs with nutrient-laden fruit juice.
  • Green Tea
    Green tea is often thought of as a great addition to any detox program because of its high antioxidant value. It is the least processed tea and thus provides the most antioxidant polyphenols, notably a catechin called epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), which is believed to be responsible for most of the health benefits linked to green tea.
  • Hemp
    Hemp might just be one of nature’s most perfect foods since it is full of antioxidants like Vitamins E and C, as well as chlorophyll which is wonderful for cleansing the body from toxins of all kinds, including heavy metals. The soluble and insoluble fiber in hemp can also keep the digestive tract clean and therefore, reduce the toxic burden on other internal organs.
  • Kale
    Kale is now recognized as providing comprehensive support for the body’s detoxification system. New research has shown that the ITCs made from kale’s glucosinolates can help regulate detox at a genetic level. It’s packed with so many antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties as well and They’re filled with fiber along with crucial vitamins, minerals, and plant-based phytochemicals that may help to protect from almost every disease known.
  • Lemongrass
    This is an herb that is used in Thailand and other parts of the world as a natural way to cleanse several organs at once. It not only helps the liver but also the kidneys, the bladder, and the entire digestive tract. It is most often used as a tea in the world of detoxing.
  • Lemons
    This wonderful fruit stimulates the release of enzymes and helps convert toxins into a water-soluble form that can be easily excreted from the body. In addition, they contain high amounts of vitamin C, a vitamin needed by the body to make glutathione. Glutathione helps ensure that phase 2 liver detoxification keeps pace with phase 1, thereby reducing the likelihood of negative effects from environmental chemicals. Other detoxifying properties of lemons include gall bladder cleansing, aiding in upper respiratory issues, and flushing toxins out of the pores. Drinking lemon water, which is alkaline-forming, first thing in the morning will help to balance out the acidity of foods we’ve consumed.Fresh lemon juice contains more than 20 anti-cancer compounds and helps balance the body’s pH levels.
  • Mung Beans
    Used by Ayurvedic doctors for thousands of years, this easily digestible bean absorbs toxic residue from the intestinal walls.
  • Oats
    Oats are full of fiber and function as a diuretic. This gives you the double benefit of having toxins flushed through both your kidneys and colon. In addition to this, oatmeal also contains the type of fiber that helps to reduce cholesterol and plaque coating your arteries.
  • Onions
    This kitchen staple is as healthy as it is tasty. It’s brimming with sulfur-containing amino acids, which efficiently detox the liver. Raw onions deliver the most health benefits. Even a small amount of “overpeeling” can result in unwanted loss of flavonoids. Onions will soak up arsenic, cadmium, lead, mercury and tin in contaminated foods. Onions have been shown to inhibit the activity of macrophages, specialized white blood cells that play a key role in our body’s immune defense system, and one of their defense activities involves the triggering of large-scale inflammatory responses.
  • Parsley
    Those pretty green leaves don’t just make your plate look great. Parsley boasts plenty of beta-carotene and vitamins A, C and K to protect your kidneys and bladder. Diuretic herbs such as parsley prevent problems such as kidney stones and bladder infections and keep our body’s plumbing running smoothly by causing it to produce more urine. The flavonoids in parsley–especially luteolin–have been shown to function as antioxidants that combine with highly reactive oxygen-containing molecules (called oxygen radicals) and help prevent oxygen-based damage to cells.
  • Pineapples
    This tropical delight contains bromelain, a digestive enzyme that helps cleanse your colon and improve digestion. Excessive inflammation, excessive coagulation of the blood, and certain types of tumor growth may all be reduced by bromelain.
  • Seaweed
    Studies at McGill University in Montreal showed that seaweeds bind to radioactive waste in the body so it can be removed. Radioactive waste can find its way into the body through some medical tests or through food that has been grown where water or soil is contaminated. Seaweed also binds to heavy metals to help eliminate them from the body. In addition, it is a powerhouse of minerals and trace minerals. Seaweed extracts can help you lose weight, mostly body fat.
  • Sesame Seeds
    Sesame seeds’ phytosterols have beneficial effects which are so dramatic that they have been extracted from many foods and added to processed foods, such as “butter”-replacement spreads, which are then touted as cholesterol-lowering “foods.” Sesame seeds contain minerals important in a number of anti inflammatory and antioxidant enzyme systems.
  • Turmeric
    Curcumin is the active ingredient in the spice turmeric, which gives it its yellow color. The rate at which your detox pathways function depends on your genes, your age, lifestyle and a good supply of nutrients involved in the detox process. Turmeric has specifically been studied in relation to the positive effect that it has on the liver. As a high antioxidant spice, turmeric protects the body and prevents disease more effectively than drug based treatments and without the side effects.
  • Watercress
    Give your liver a big boost with cleansing action of watercress. This helps to release enzymes in the liver that clean it out and help rid it of toxic buildup. Keeps free radicals away from cells, energizes cleaning enzymes in the liver and is a natural diuretic.
  • Wheatgrass
    Wheatgrass restores alkalinity to the blood. The juice’s abundance of alkaline minerals helps reduce over-acidity in the blood and thus also Is a powerful detoxifier, and liver protector. It increases red blood-cell count and lowers blood pressure. It also cleanses the organs and gastrointestinal tract of debris. Wheatgrass stimulates the metabolism and the body’s enzyme systems by enriching the blood. It also aids in reducing blood pressure by dilating the blood pathways throughout the body. Pound for pound, wheatgrass is more than twenty times denser in nutrients than other choice vegetables. Nutritionally, wheatgrass is a complete food that contains 98 of the 102 earth elements.

Healthy Detox Juice

Ingredients

  • 2 medium beets
  • 1 medium carrot
  • 1-inch piece fresh ginger
  • 1/2 inch fresh turmeric
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • small handful cilantro
  • Organic honey for taste( optional )

Method

  1. Juice ingredients and enjoy! Water can be added but please use distilled boiled and cooled water to get the desired consistency.

NOTES: Makes one 8 – 12 oz juice

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67 Comments

  • Reply Aria on January 18, 2016 says;

    Hey P,

    Excellent Post. I wanted this. And you just read my mind.

    Thanks a lot 🙂

  • Reply Olivia on January 18, 2016 says;

    Simple detox steps…Am going to follow this for a week now.

  • Reply Madelyn Abigail on January 18, 2016 says;

    hehe… this is very nice… I have something nice to tell my food tracking app… 🙂

  • Reply Vincent on January 18, 2016 says;

    Very nice, may have to try this

  • Reply Yasmin Pinto Fernandes on January 18, 2016 says;

    Juicing fascinates me and your article and recipes are great.

  • Reply Agnus D on January 18, 2016 says;

    wonderful juice recipe

  • Reply Imogen Bermingham on January 18, 2016 says;

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    fantastic posts. thank you

    IB.

  • Reply Angie on January 18, 2016 says;

    Being a person who loves juicing, I have used a number of juicers myself and I can say that one of the best is this.

  • Reply Zoe on January 18, 2016 says;

    I am always looking for recipies that will clean out my system and make me feel more healthy. I am going to try this.

  • Reply Tamika on January 18, 2016 says;

    For how many time I should drink the detox juice in a single day and how many days?

    • Reply Shirley on January 18, 2016 says;

      Tamika, I reckon you can have it once a day between lunch and snacks or between noon and evening. You can do it between 3 to 5 days or so..

      P, if you have a different routine, please suggest 🙂

  • Reply Shirley on January 18, 2016 says;

    detoxing the body – I’m going to start today.

  • Reply Puja Santosh on January 18, 2016 says;

    Hi P,

    Thank you so much for this detox juice. I was already wondering if I had trim up myself… hehe..

    I have to throw out some nonsense from my body out.. 🙂

  • Reply Sabína on January 18, 2016 says;

    Good and simple

    This is good for digestion too.. Its fantastic juice that you have posted…

  • Reply Katherine on January 18, 2016 says;

    Wow… unusually a very log post. nonetheless very useful one too. It took 10 mins for me to read the whole post. It is very nice to know each an every food that detoxes. And I did not know so much about liver, that your have written. 2 phases; wow… This post is such an enlightenment..
    I think every young generation should know this and must start to keep themselves fit.
    I’ve passed this to my children and to the grand children. This is really a fantastic post.

    Thanks so much for sharing such an useful information. God bless you!

  • Reply Jenn M on January 18, 2016 says;

    Thanks for sharing! I’m going to try this next week. =)

    jenn

  • Reply Julie on January 18, 2016 says;

    Great info, very comprehensive. Great recipes, and thanks 🙂

  • Reply Linda on January 18, 2016 says;

    This cleanse looks awesome and I’m looking forward to getting started.

  • Reply Quenby on January 18, 2016 says;

    Excellent topic to talk about. Honestly I did not know anything about detoxing. all I cared was that it was another buzz in the health world; and so I consumed it too. I think most of us, at least speaking for myself, it was more of a lifestyle, than actually knowing and understanding it well.

    For this post of yours, I understood more. Your recipe is what I”m going to prepare, than having anything else. You have given a clean and simple recipe.
    Thanks

  • Reply Wendy R. on January 18, 2016 says;

    I really want to do the 3 day cleanse but I don’t have a juicer, can I use a regular blender?

  • Reply Eva on January 18, 2016 says;

    Oh, damn, so much to read…)Great guide, thanks a lot! I’m gonna do my juice cleanse within the next week following your guidelines.

  • Reply Daniella S on January 18, 2016 says;

    I have been eating terribly lately and want to use this cleanse as a fresh start as motivation to begging eating clean again and maybe loose a pound or two.

  • Reply Camila on January 18, 2016 says;

    I’m excited. I’m going to embark on this detoxing this coming sunday…

  • Reply Sarah on January 18, 2016 says;

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  • Reply Vicki from Kentucky on January 18, 2016 says;

    Dear P,

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    I’m was only liking all your posts, and now, im beginning to fall in love with your website. You are just surprising all of us here with you posts always.

  • Reply Kamille Poire on January 18, 2016 says;

    I have read a lot of blogs in my life and this is by far one of my favourite one. Your posts are very captivating. I learn every time I come to your blog.

  • Reply Darcy McIntyre on January 18, 2016 says;

    I feel more energetic and the skin is shining already… will do this for this week.. and come back to give you a gift…

  • Reply Allie B. Steiner on January 18, 2016 says;

    I will definitely be going down the route of juicing to aid my health & beauty. I like the idea of using it to detox with a juice. I can’t wait to get started.

    Thanks for giving us the recipe.

  • Reply Leah Lothe on January 18, 2016 says;

    Am starting to juice again……..with your recipes!

  • Reply Teresa on January 18, 2016 says;

    trying this today and until friday… I’ve been waiting for this.

  • Reply Janice on January 18, 2016 says;

    I am starting this tomorrow! Shopping today, thank you so much for posting a clear and concise detox online!

  • Reply Eliska on January 18, 2016 says;

    I just did this… and successfully drank it… 🙂 This is the first time Im doing a detox juice. I’ve always been wanting to have one, did not get the time. But I think you got me rolling.

    By the way.. after drinking I had a little extra, which I poured to my cat… 😀 She will be fine right?

  • Reply Małgorzata Pawłowska on January 18, 2016 says;

    I searched high and low for something that I can get convinced with for a good detox programme. The very moment I started to read your post, something just told me, that this is the one for me. I don’t know what is that unknown force that pushed me to do this, but I felt this is the right one.

    I’m starting this today. Will try it for 3 days, and might extend it for 2 more days, completing for 5 days. I’ll give you feedback too..

    Thanks so much for such a lovely and long post. Your time spared is much appreciated.

  • Reply Betty on January 18, 2016 says;

    I have a blender and no juicer… I know my husband is going to kill me, I just ordered a juicer. I’m going to blame you for this.. 🙂
    But, I’m serious about detoxing and cleansing. Your post, after reading your introduction, I know I’m heading in the right direction.

    Gonna try your recipe, and all the rest that you will be posting…Its a toil but I’m sure my investment won’t go wasted.

  • Reply Eloise Goodwin on January 18, 2016 says;

    mind, body, wellness…. thats how I see your blog as…

    your blog is exceptional….out of this world…. keep up the good work. And yes, I will be trying your recipe.

  • Reply Cheri Roberts on January 18, 2016 says;

    I am new to detox juice but for sure I do like to try it !

  • Reply Sunny on January 18, 2016 says;

    I will enjoy juicing this detox today…. Thanks for such a precise post! Fabulous information…

  • Reply Allison on January 18, 2016 says;

    Wonderful blog post. I will be sure to pass this on. Detoxing is very important to maintain great health. Until a few years ago I had a difficult time in detoxifying. The reason was that it was to difficult to change habits.

    Thank you for your excellent post on detoxing. Posts like your save lives.

  • Reply Alma on January 18, 2016 says;

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  • Reply Shannon Gallegos on January 18, 2016 says;

    You posts are very inspiring… You are very good in what you are doing.

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    Great information, thanks for share

  • Reply Onyz on January 18, 2016 says;

    vital information shared. more than the recipe, I was so much more interested to read about detoxing itself and its importance. I’m saying no to fatty foods right now. I’m going to start this detox juice today. Thanks so much for opening my eyes.

  • Reply Febinna on January 18, 2016 says;

    I like this recipe. I’m going to prepare this and have it. I’m also proposing myself now to change my diet plan as well. motivational post.

  • Reply Alana on January 18, 2016 says;

    Can’t wait to start!!!!

  • Reply SHEBA on January 18, 2016 says;

    Awesome post!! I’m going to drink it every morning.

  • Reply Lily Howarth on January 18, 2016 says;

    Thank you for all the good info! I will have to begin this from tomorrow. I need to go out to pick up some ingredients. This is exactly what I want.

    If you have any more detoxing recipes, kindly post them here. You blog is full of worthy information. It is a book of life.

    Thanks

  • Reply Abbie Haynes on January 18, 2016 says;

    I will say that this is the best way to start detoxing. Do not buy those that are in the super markets and the refrigerated ones. They are really not what they are supposed to do.

    This recipe is a perfect one. Fresh is always the best.

  • Reply Dorothy on January 18, 2016 says;

    They look so good. I’m definitely going to try this one.

  • Reply Stella Ester on January 18, 2016 says;

    Ceci est un message que je l’aime beaucoup. I like this jus de désintoxication. vous méritez beaucoup de câlins

  • Reply Alejandra on January 18, 2016 says;

    This sounds amazing 🙂 i was just wondering how often i would need to drink this?

    Beautiful post and information. I had no idea how the liver worked…

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    this is a great site, thank you!!!!!
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  • Reply Carla on January 19, 2016 says;

    Love, LOVE this article. Following this natural detox strategy after any weekend is a great idea

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  • Reply Darya on January 19, 2016 says;

    I never thought if be drooling over detox juices, but it’s happening!

    Thanks for this lovely lady!

  • Reply ecoNugenics on January 19, 2016 says;

    I need this. I’ve got a dang cold that won’t die, this should do the trick.

  • Reply Fabienne on January 19, 2016 says;

    This looks phenomenal! I’ve been wanting to try a detox juice since the 1st of Jan.. finally got an opportunity to try it.

    Thanks to you.

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    some very, very nice person left a very nice detox recipe in this blog… hehe. Thanks for linking up this recipe!

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    This is a very nice post.. You remind me to organise my life.. Its long pending and I need to start working of a healthy balanced life. This post is going to get me started to achieve my goals.. Do want to prescribe me anything?

  • Reply Valeria Bedoya on January 19, 2016 says;

    I also would like to know how many drinks will detox my body.

  • Reply marilyn hirsch on January 19, 2016 says;

    I want to save this for later! Looks so good.

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