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What (not) to eat and what (not) to drink to cleanse the body

In the last article we explained what detoxification is and why we should start cleansing our bodies of harmful substances.

In this article, we will describe how to eat and drink to cleanse your body and which foods to avoid.

Food and detoxification

Most of us have an idea which foods are healthy for us and which ones will slow down the cleansing of our bodies.

But when we eat out frequently, we don't have a very good idea of what we're putting into our bodies.

The best way to make sure we eat healthy ingredients is to prepare our own meals. Another way is to prepare your menu ahead of time, which will give you perspective. When you see that you're going to eat at a fast food restaurant almost every day and drink a few drinks after work, you'll realize more quickly where you need to change your habits.

Limit overly processed foods. They contain more toxins and the body takes longer to digest and eliminate the toxins.

If you eat too much salt, limit that too - salt retains water in the body, which leads to slower elimination of toxins and congestion in the kidneys.

And of course, limit sugar too. Excessive sugar consumption leads to many diseases that will make it impossible for your body to cleanse fast enough.

Are there specific foods that have a proven detoxifying effect? Yes, but do not overdo it with them. Here are some such foods:

  • Lemons
  • Ginger
  • Cordyceps
  • Beetroot
  • Nettles
  • Dandelion
  • Blueberries

Beverage

To cleanse the body, it is of course best to drink water, regularly and in sufficient quantities. Green tea is also a useful liquid for detoxifying the body.

Alcohol, on the other hand, is a problem in terms of detoxification because it slows down liver function. It takes time for our organs to process the alcohol and they don't have the energy for the rest of the functions.

In addition, when we drink too much alcohol, we introduce "empty" calories into our bodies, which we then have no desire to replenish with a healthy diet.

Plus, alcohol leads us to eat junk food - and to consume more alcohol 🙂

Food supplements

Since proper detoxification of the body is a long-term process, it is advisable to choose dietary supplements that also have a long-term effect.

In this case, it is best to choose natural dietary supplements. These will help you in cleansing your body and will not have unwanted side effects.

You can significantly help the detoxification of your body by consuming certain herbs:

Taraxacum officinale has a beneficial effect on the functioning of the liver. It contributes to the detoxification of the body by stimulating the excretory system.

Elymus repens contributes to the excretory functions of the kidneys, promoting detoxification mechanisms.

Tribulus terrestris helps purify the blood and maintain normal iron levels.

All 3 herbs mentioned above are contained in our natural dietary supplement INETHAN. In addition to these 3 herbs, INETHAN contains 5 other herbs.

So if you want a simple solution to cover all the herbs that will help your body cleanse itself of harmful substances, INETHAN is the only right choice. To learn more about INETHAN, watch the following video:

Conclusion

You probably won't change your eating habits overnight. That's not even the goal - you need to find a way to keep eating and drinking in the long term so that your body has time to cleanse itself.

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