Over 10 tasty and nourishing recipes for detox drinks that support the body’s own detoxification organs. Find out: do detox drinks work, and how to make them at home. This post contains affiliate links, which means I may earn a small commission if you shop through them.
Overindulged? Simple Green Smoothie.
Ginger contains gingerol which has anti-inflammatory effects on the body. It can help to ease nausea and indigestion, stimulating the digestive process to help to remove the build up of waste products and excess gas.
Detox drinks should contain ingredients that support the body’s own detox organs. The six organs that work to detox the body, according to MGBfood.com are:
We all tend to overindulge from time to time. Maybe it’s a dip into the kids’ Halloween candy stash, or two too many glasses of wine with girlfriends. Or maybe it’s been days, weeks, or years of unhealthy habits and you’re ready for a reset.
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Below are some example recipes that you can try, based on why you feel the need to have a detoxifying effect on your body.
Coconut water is great for hydration as it contains a high density of electrolytes (potassium and sodium) which are important or maintaining fluid levels. Keeping your electrolytes replenished will help to reduce fatigue. Coconut water also contains enzymes which help the digestive process. If you’ve been drinking alcohol, your body will be seriously dehydrated the next day, so coconut water makes the perfect detox drink to help rehydrate your body.