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5 natural ways to keep your body in detox mode

Feeling less energetic, out of sorts, or out-of-shape? You might be thinking now is the time to put in motion those weight loss goals and get your body in better health. If this is the case for you, some nutritional guidelines for a spring detox are in store!


 What is detoxing the body?

Detoxing is simply giving your body the healthy food it needs to clean itself out. That is it!
Detoxing cleans your organs, helps regenerate new cells, makes it easier for your body to heal, gives you higher energy levels, and improves your complexion. Who doesn’t want that, right?

Did you know detoxing does not have to be difficult or scary, and you don’t need to starve yourself? Following basic nutritional guidelines will make it easy, satisfying, clean your body, and get you in great shape for spring!

People have been detoxing for centuries. Some detox by drinking only water for specified days or eating only garlic. The truth is it is healthier to eat the foods that will put your body in a constant detoxing state.

So, what foods should you eat, and how do you remove the toxins you might be carrying since mid-winter and create a healthier body? Let’s look at some important guidelines to follow that will naturally allow your body to detox.

5 Nutritional Guidelines for a Spring Detox Body Cleanse

Drink Lots of Water

Water helps the body eliminate toxins, and it is vital to abundant health. Your body is made of more than 60 percent water, so it is necessary to give it plenty throughout the day. Start with a large glass of water in the morning before you eat or drink anything else. This will give your body the liquid it needs to eliminate toxins. Drink water throughout the day. To detox the body properly, avoid alcohol, coffee, and sugary drinks.


How much water should you drink? Every day, women should drink 4-7 glasses of water and men 6-11, depending on weight and build. If you are detoxing, more water is needed. Learn more about the importance of water.


Eat Lots of Fruit and Vegetables

Eating plants is so important for the detox process because they naturally help clean the body. Start by eating a large bowl of fruit in the morning. Make it abundant and choose a variety. Fruit is so helpful for detoxing because it is full of vitamins and fiber, which helps your body remove damaging toxins. Fruit helps to hydrate your cells, too! Giving your body the vitamins and minerals from fruit and vegetables will provide the body with what it needs to detox.


Avoiding or limiting meat-based food is vital to a successful detox. Meats like chicken, beef, or pork are known to contribute to cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and other illnesses. Meat also does not contain any fiber. Not enough fiber in the diet contributes to intestinal blockages and other health problems. Eating an abundance of vegetables and fruit that naturally contain lots of fiber will help eliminate toxins from your body.  


Better yet, going fully plant-based is the healthiest choice you can make and puts your body in a natural detox state. Learn more about plant-based diets from Sharon Palmer, RDN and Plant-Based Nutrition expert.


Learn the benefits of detoxing.


Get Plenty of Sleep

There is nothing better than waking up rested and ready to go! Most people are sleep-deprived these days, though. Adequate sleep every night helps your body and mind to regenerate and is vital to detoxing your body. Get 7-9 hours of sleep per night for your best health.


Exercise your body

A successful detox includes some daily exercise. It can be gentle exercise like yoga or a walk in your neighborhood. You do not have to run a marathon. The point is to get your body and blood moving. There are toxins in the blood and organs, and exercise encourages your body to begin its process of eliminating them.  


Reduce Stress

As much as is possible, reduce your stress level when detoxing. Stress has been shown to contribute to various diseases, reduce your attention level and productivity, increase mental illness, and even contribute to weight gain. So, to detox well, reduce your stress. Of course, this is easier said than done. Start with taking a full day to yourself with no distractions and do something creative. You can also take a day trip or hike in nature. Meditation is also helpful in reducing stress and can be done anywhere at any time. These are only a few examples. Learn more about how to reduce stress.



Going plant-based is a healthy way to detox because you are giving your body all the nutrients it needs without adding damaging fat, excess sugar and cholesterol, and fiber-less foods that are abundant in animal-based products. By eating plants, you are naturally detoxing. The more plants you eat, the fewer toxins your body has to remove. It’s as simple as that!


Make it easy and start your detox with Veestro’s fully-prepared, preservative-free, plant-based food. Happy spring detox!

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