Our world is full of toxins so we need to detox our liver, kidneys, and nervous system on a regular basis in order to keep our immune system functioning correctly. Every single food, drink, and everything we take in is detoxed by our liver and kidneys and that puts a very heavy load on our liver which can lead to immune problems, sluggishness, lack of vitality, brain fog, aches, pains, skin lesions, depression, irritability, anger, just not feeling right and many more symptoms. But there is help... here are 3 proven ways to detox your liver, kidneys, and nervous system with foods and have great energy and feel amazing.
Organic Green Juice Liver Detox - One of the easiest of all ways to detox the liver is with lots of green juices. Green juices are very healing for the liver and thus drinking 2 to 6 glasses of green juice daily can make all the difference in the world. This could be kale juice, cucumber, turnip greens, beet greens, Swiss chard greens, and any number of greens juiced or blended with a little bit of fruit to make it sweet and good tasting.
Perhaps adding some apple, carrots, and lemon would be good and just a dash of honey or stevia for added sweetness. Drink green 4 or 5 glasses of green juice every day for 7 days. And revisit this liver cleanse once a month to feel great. Personally, I drink up to 5 glasses of green juice daily — I feel it's very important for great health.
Organic Mung Bean and Brown Rice Liver Detox - In India it's recommended that if a person has toxins in their body, needs to lose weight, has been drinking a lot, and eating processed foods, eating lots of fats, smoking, or has been stressed out and overworked, or not taking care of themselves in general... to use a mixture of organic mung beans and brown rice to cleans their GI tract and liver. Thus boosting up their energy level and at the same time cleansing away that foggy mind... and thus leading a person to a simpler way of eating. This body cleanse is very popular even with some of the biggest weight loss TV program, people in drug abuse programs, and it's very popular with Ayurvedic Medicine.
The combination of organic mung beans and brown rice is simple and nutritious food that will do the body good. And a person can buy organic mung beans at any Asian market and organic brown rice everywhere. Cook a cup of brown rice and a 1/2 cup of cooked mung beans and add 1 1/2 tablespoons of ground coriander seed, slight bit of turmeric, and salt and pepper to taste. Eat as much as you like, and make this your total diet for the whole day other than drinking water. This diet is very simple and will help a person feel great. Stay on this diet for at least 3 and up to 7 days. And revisit this diet at least once a month to keep feeling great.
Dr. Haider's Whole-Foods Plant-Based Diet and Lifestyle — Another way to detox is to go on my Whole-Foods Plant-Based Diet and Lifestyle and thus detox every single day with lots of fruit, veggies, and greens. And also in my diet, I recommend taking activated charcoal and many other supplements such as chlorella which will also help to detox your body and keep your liver, kidneys, and nervous system in tip-top condition.
See Link to Diet - https://paulhaider.wordpress.com/2013/09/17/the-whole-foods-plant-based-diet-and-life-style/
Dr. Paul Haider - Master Herbalist
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