Emily’s parents happened to be in Glacier that night, too. They saw us from afar, but didn’t say hi, because they knew about the cleanse, thought we were women of our word and logically concluded it couldn’t possibly be us. It was an embarrassing (yet insanely delicious) slip-up that confirmed what we’d long suspected about ourselves: we’re legit sugar addicts.
I hope you found these tips helpful? Which of these detox snacks are you going to start incorporating into your diet?
Watermelon helps the body get alkalinized, while having diuretic effects. Consuming watermelon will make you use the loo a lot more often, but eliminating high amounts of urine means ridding your body of more toxins. Watermelon contains a high amount of citrulline, which removes ammonia from your body. It also contains arginine that regulates blood flow. Watermelon also helps reduce inflammation and prevents wrinkles because of its high levels of lycopene. ( Try this Recipe: Frozen Watermelon Popsicles)
Fresh celery helps balance the body’s pH levels and neutralize acidity. Slightly alkaline pH will not only improve health, but also help with fertility. Celery juice will replace electrolytes, so this is actually a healthy option to Gatorade and other such drinks. It lowers cholesterol and blood pressure and it sometimes even works better than medicine. It is known for reducing cravings for both sweet and highly consistent foods. It will help with stress as it calms the entire nervous system. On the other hand, it also has great benefits for the urinary tract and kidneys.
“My favorite yogurt is Siggis, specifically the 4% no added sugar banana & cinnamon or peach & mango flavors. All you have to do is stick it in the freezer and then it turns into a popsicle! It takes forever to eat too, so it’s a dessert that you can enjoy slowly. And fun fact: Greek yogurt has double the protein and naturally half the sugar of regular yogurt!” - Bauer.
10. Lemon water.