DIY Detox: 10 steps to cleanse on the cheap - Frugal Living NW

All vegetables, especially those with dark vibrant colors; go for lots of dark green, purple, red, and yellow ingredients All fruits (except bananas, mango) Sea vegetables Grains like brown rice, millet, quinoa, and amaranth Any beans, legumes and lentils Nuts and seeds (soaked is best) Chicken, fish, eggs (pasture-raised) Unfiltered cold-pressed flax, olive, sesame, sunflower, almond, coconut, hemp, macadamia nut oils; try not to heat oils, with the exception of coconut which has a high smoke point Fermented foods like miso and sauerkraut Probiotic drinks like coconut kefir and kombucha.



Get the most out of your cleanse.


Limit yourself to light exercise like walks, yoga, and stretching. Your energy levels tend to change during a cleanse, so pay attention to what your body wants.

How To Do A Full Body Detox Cleanse At Home? - The Yachna

Ease into solid foods post-cleanse. Now is a time you can stick to your new eating habits. Take this opportunity to incorporate healthier dietary choices and lifestyle choices to be the best you.

You can benefit even more from your cleanse with introspective activities like writing, meditation, nature walks, and soft music. Make sure you have the free time to take care of yourself and your body.

Day 3 You can start eating proteins (organic pastured meat and fish) and gluten-free grains.





Listen to your body. Continue to take the time to relax and ease into strenuous, sweat-inducing workouts. Remember your cleanse experience, and try to incorporate some of it into your new daily regimen.