4 Drinks to Detox Your Liver While You Sleep

The liver is one of the main organs of the body and it’s responsible for eliminating the toxins we ingest through eating, drinking, medications, and the many products of our routines.

That’s why it is so important to do a liver detox, especially if your aim is to lose weight.

And, did you know that to keep your liver always healthy, you need to eat foods that help with it?

An example of it is the famous detox juices and daily use of propolis.

Alcohol, fried foods, and processed foods (full of additives and preservatives) overload the liver, so avoid them if your goal is to do a body detox, lose weight, or cleanse your liver.

Today, you will see 4 drinks that can cleanse your liver and offer a better quality of life since they also help you lose excessive weight.

But now you must be asking yourself:

Why should I do a detox at night? Does that work?

Most detox processes are done right after waking up, before breakfast.

But, in this case, it is best to have these drinks at night since, according to traditional Chinese medicine, the liver works better between 1-3 AM.

So, the nutrients of these drinks will give the liver all the necessary nutrients for deep cleansing.

The metabolism is also affected, as the detox lowers the load of toxins and increases fat burn on the body.

See now these 4 drinks and find out which one works best for your routine!

0:00 Intro
0:28 The Importance of Detoxing Your Body
0:48 When Is The Best Time to Drink Detox Tea?
1:19 Detox Drink #1: Warm Lemon Water
1:35 Detox Drink #2: Chamomile Tea
1:57 Detox Drink #3: Peppermint Tea
2:15 Detox Drink #4: Ginger and Lemon Tea
2:41 Outro

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