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The body has an essential function of eliminating toxins throughout the day and 7/7 – through sweating, elimination and internal systems (of which your liver is a part) – and certain foods help facilitate this process.
We invite you to check out the list of the best foods below:


5. Turmeric
 
clear drinking glass with brown liquid
 

Native to South and Southeast Asia, people have relied on this yellow spice for centuries to treat liver and digestive problems such as colitis, ulcers, and indigestion. Turmeric’s primary benefit is its role as an anti-inflammatory, which helps support strong immune function. Research has shown that turmeric supports brain health, lowers triglycerides, and may protect against colon, stomach, and esophageal cancer.

4. Blueberries
 
blue and white round fruits
These small berries pack a concentrated punch. Anthocyanin, which gives them their dark blue color, can act as an antioxidant and help neutralize free radicals – the unstable molecules linked to the development of cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. Blueberries also contain dietary fiber (as do most plant foods), which is digested by probiotic bacteria in the gut, producing a source of fuel for bowel cells. It’s a process that’s critical for digestion and helps balance immune function. Fiber also binds to harmful compounds, ensuring that they are not reabsorbed from the bowel back into the bloodstream. If you can, opt for wild blueberries, which pack more anthocyanins than larger, commercial varieties.

3. Soy
 
white powder in bowl
soy milk and soy bean 
 

Good news for edamame lovers: Soy is rich in vitamin E, which acts as an antioxidant in detox reactions in your body. Plus, it contains isoflavones that convert free radicals into water-soluble compounds (also through detox reactions) so they can be easily excreted. We suggest purchasing only organic soy foods to avoid genetic modification and pesticides.

2. Red Grapes
 
red round fruits on brown wooden table
red grappe

Red grapes contain resveratrol, a phytonutrient and free radical-scavenging antioxidant that may protect us from heart disease. Resveratrol has also been linked to longevity and cancer prevention in studies on mice and other animals. But be conscious about the bunches you buy: Because of their thin skins, grapes contain more types of pesticides than any other fruit. Consider organically grown grapes to reap the greatest detoxifying benefit.
 
1. Green Tea
 
green leaves and clear liquid inside teapot

If sipping green tea isn’t part of your daily ritual, consider giving it a try. It’s concentrated with catechins, powerful antioxidants that can assist with the detoxification process. Green tea also has small amounts of minerals that can benefit your health.
The catechins in green tea also have benefits for oral health.
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The body has an essential function of eliminating toxins throughout the day and 7/7 - through sweating, elimination and internal systems (of which your liver is a part) - and certain foods help facilitate this process.
We invite you to check out the list of the best foods below:


5. Turmeric clear drinking glass with brown liquid 
Native to South and Southeast Asia, people have relied on this yellow spice for centuries to treat liver and digestive problems such as colitis, ulcers, and indigestion. Turmeric’s primary benefit is its role as an anti-inflammatory, which helps support strong immune function. Research has shown that turmeric supports brain health, lowers triglycerides, and may protect against colon, stomach, and esophageal cancer.

4. Blueberries blue and white round fruits
These small berries pack a concentrated punch. Anthocyanin, which gives them their dark blue color, can act as an antioxidant and help neutralize free radicals – the unstable molecules linked to the development of cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. Blueberries also contain dietary fiber (as do most plant foods), which is digested by probiotic bacteria in the gut, producing a source of fuel for bowel cells. It’s a process that’s critical for digestion and helps balance immune function. Fiber also binds to harmful compounds, ensuring that they are not reabsorbed from the bowel back into the bloodstream. If you can, opt for wild blueberries, which pack more anthocyanins than larger, commercial varieties.

3. Soy white powder in bowlsoy milk and soy bean  
Good news for edamame lovers: Soy is rich in vitamin E, which acts as an antioxidant in detox reactions in your body. Plus, it contains isoflavones that convert free radicals into water-soluble compounds (also through detox reactions) so they can be easily excreted. We suggest purchasing only organic soy foods to avoid genetic modification and pesticides.

2. Red Grapes red round fruits on brown wooden tablered grappe
Red grapes contain resveratrol, a phytonutrient and free radical-scavenging antioxidant that may protect us from heart disease. Resveratrol has also been linked to longevity and cancer prevention in studies on mice and other animals. But be conscious about the bunches you buy: Because of their thin skins, grapes contain more types of pesticides than any other fruit. Consider organically grown grapes to reap the greatest detoxifying benefit. 1. Green Tea green leaves and clear liquid inside teapot
If sipping green tea isn’t part of your daily ritual, consider giving it a try. It’s concentrated with catechins, powerful antioxidants that can assist with the detoxification process. Green tea also has small amounts of minerals that can benefit your health.The catechins in green tea also have benefits for oral health.
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