"Fruit is definitely on the maintenance diet. It's on the lifestyle diet."

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Fruits and vegetables for detoxification



Toxicity makes us sick! The list of what is bad for us seems to develop each day. A simple and best way to take out toxics from the body is to follow a nutritious diet. Detoxification through particular refinement diets is the best way to support your body's natural self-cleaning system. With toxic load, human body starts to slow down. The right way of detoxification, internally is said to help.


Renewing your ability to maintain optimum health, it also boosts up your metabolism while fortifying your immune systems. Fruit diet along with certain veggies for toxicity is said to help!





GREEN TEA- preventing from oxidative stress, the antioxidant content in green tea kills free radicals before they can do any damage. It is a great cleansing beverage to drink on a daily basis for this factor alone.


Broccoli- known for its unique phyto-nutrients, it works with the enzymes in your liver to turn toxins into something that your body can do away with easily. Total antioxidant potency measured in terms of oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) of broccoli is 1632 Ámol TE/100g.



Grape fruit- The fiber in a grapefruit is a nice pack of detox punch and can really get your body into action.


Asparagus- asparagus ranks high on the detox-o-meter, apart from that it also helps you wage the anti-aging battle and is a general anti-inflammatory food.



Dandelions- a powerhouse, full of nutrients, essential for anyone, rich source of minerals and provide a variety of phytonutrients. The antioxidant content in it supports and cleanses your digestive tract. It can be added to your salad.


Providing your body with water and a combination of nutrition, fruits and vegetables intake keeps your body hale and healthy while giving that stamina to go an extra mile and do things constantly. Among several other health benefits that fruits provide, it simply increases your energy levels and stamina, it does wonders!





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Special fruits for this week

cantaloupe
Cantaloupe

 

Cantaloupe are served as fresh fruit or as salads or as a dessert with ice cream (Read more)

kiwis
Kiwis

 

kiwifruit will be fairly large and plump with thin "fuzzy" brown skin   (Read more)

pineapple
Pineapple

 

Pineapple fruit is native to the Asian tropics, with a delicate and fresh fragrance   (Read more)


 
 

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