Healthy fruits to eat after festive season food binge

Detoxing after the festive season is one of the best health steps you can take. What with the food and alcohol binge that you consumed during the season!

Detoxing after the festive season is one of the best health steps you can take. What with the food and alcohol binge that you consumed during the season!

There are a variety of food recipes and fruits to get you detoxing. Foods such garlic, broccoli, beans, among others, will do just as well as fruits. However, fruits are arguably unmatched.

In order to maintain a healthy immune system with a slightly alkaline pH, we need to consider constant slow detoxing to counter the “slow kill” from the myriad toxins pervading every element of our environment.

Extreme detox measures, such as liver cleansing coffee enemas, any type of heavy metal chelation, or periods of fasting can be performed briefly every few months, or as needed for treating a debilitating disease.

However, an appropriately consistent slow detox could be part of our daily diet. Consuming only whole organic foods is basic. Whole foods are foods that are not processed, such as bulk produce, grains, and legumes.

Avoid most bottled or canned commercial beverages. Use freshly squeezed juice instead.

Some foods not certified organic may be okay if they are rarely sprayed, especially if locally grown. But again, select from fresh bulk produce; don’t buy canned or frozen veggies and fruits.

Listed are some of the perfect fruits to get you detoxing after the post-festive season food binge.

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