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 Detoxification Through Food

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 Detoxification Through Food

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Our body regularly produces numerous toxic materials through metabolism. You can detoxify your body by curtailing every food except fruits and vegetables besides taking a ‘detox’ drink daily, but the more rational way to detoxify your body is to combine all foods in the food pyramid judiciously. How to achieve this? Well, let’s have a look -

The diet should include fruits and fruit juices, vegetables, and virtually all the probable healthy foods.

Fruits – and fresh fruits are safe. The fruits you can take- are apples, oranges, bananas, pears, grapes, raisins, pineapple, mango, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, melons, peaches, etc.

Fruit juices – homemade juices are the best. But canned pure fruit juices are also a healthy option. The only thing you have to check is the expiry date and the ‘sweetened’ or ‘pure’ variety.

Vegetables – fresh green leafy vegetables are the first choice of food. Otherwise, you can take a canned ‘in brine’ or ‘in water variety. These include sprouts, spinach, cabbage, carrots, mushrooms, broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes, potatoes, onions, spring onions, and cucumber.

Oatmeal – this is a good food to check the cholesterol level.

Beans and lentils – these contain fibers that help to prevent gastric ulceration.

Brown rice and noodles – brown rice is always better than bleached white rice.

Fish – fish contains Omega 3 fatty acid that is a potent antioxidant. You can take salmon, cod, mackerel, lobster, different types of carp, trout, tuna, haddock, red mullet, monkfish, and swordfish.

Nuts and seeds – these are rich in vitamins that help to fight against infections. Brazil, almonds, walnut, hazelnut, peanut, pecans, macadamia, pistachio, and pine nuts belong to this group.

Popcorn is also offering a good amount of antioxidants.

Balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil contain substances that check the cholesterol level.

Garlic was used as a natural antioxidant in the Indian traditional system of medicine (Ayurveda) for a long time. Ginger and other fresh herbs like turmeric are also advised.

Ground black pepper and honey have anti-aging properties.

Last but certainly not least is water. A healthy young adult must take at least 2.5 liters of water daily.

Now let us have some knowledge about which foods are in the ‘bad’ category so that we can avoid them as far as practicable.

Meat and meat products of any kind are avoided. White meat is marginally advised.

Milk and dairy items

Butter and margarine

Any kind of food that contain wheat and wheat flour like bread, cakes, pastries, biscuits, pizzas

Chocolates and sweets, jams and marmalade

Any kind of junk food

Processed foods, ready-to-eat food packets, sauces, and fast foods

Alcohol, tea, coffee, and all sorts of carbonated beverages including diet colas


All the foods in the second category are partially metabolized inside our bodies. The byproducts generated (excretory products) after metabolism are either excreted through the kidneys or via stool. Now, during the process of excretion, they pass through different organs of our body. If they get stored due to any reason (excess amounts generated that our system is incapable to excrete or they bind with some other material to get deposited into the tissues), the ill effect will be obvious. They may again slow down the process of excretion. Deposition in the liver, heart, and brain can damage our system extensively. The aging process is hastened by these unwanted products. Our natural defense system gets weaker leading to severe infection obtained from a trivial source.

It is better to take foods that are good for our bodies and do not cause any harm. Being a vegetarian can solve the problem. Think about it.

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