Things to Know While Detoxing

What To Eat

Non-gluten Grains: Brown rice, quinoa, millet, amaranth, steel cut oats

Dairy Substitutes: Unsweetened rice and nut milks (example: almond, coconut, hemp)

Fruits and Vegetables:  Unsweetened fresh, juiced or frozen fruit, raw, steamed, sauteed, juiced or roasted vegetables

Animal Protein: Fresh or water-packed fish, wild game, chicken or turkey (grilled, broiled or baked) eggs (hard-boiled or scrambled)

Vegetable Protein: beans, peas and legumes 

Nuts and Seeds: Walnuts, sesame, pumpkin and sunflower seeds, hazelnuts, pecans, peanuts, almonds, cashews, nut butters and tahini

Oils: cold-pressed olive, flax, sesame, walnut, coconut, walnut

Beverages: water, decaffeinated tea, sparkling, seltzer or mineral water

Sweetners: stevia, raw honey, dates, blackstrap molasses

Condiments: apple cider vinegar, all spices, pink himalayan salt, mustard

What NOT to EAT

Dairy: Cheese, sour cream, cottage cheese, yogurt

Grains: Bread, muffins, croissants, rolls, buns

Flour: All purpose, self-rising

Pasta: including wheat

Canned fruits and vegetables

Beef, pork, cold cuts, canned meats, hot dogs

Beverages: Alcohol, sodas

Oils: shortening, lard, margarine

Sweetners: white and brown refined sugar, high-fructose corn syrup


Drink More Water

Increasing your water intake flushes out your system by keeping your kidneys, liver, colon and lymp nodes running smoothly. Try your very best to consume at least 100 oz. of water whilr detoxing. You can add slices of lemon, lime or orange to your water for a flavorful twist. 

STOP eating when you began to feel full!