We start the year wishing to reach new goals, walk new paths and, the main thing, to do all of that with health.
Certainly, one of your wishes for this year is to start practicing activities and having a healthier diet, right?
Taking care of your body is essential so that everything works as best as possible, and correctly. So, including the right foods in your daily life will bring you more health and wellness.
It is a fact that the end of the year when we allow ourselves more things. And that’s when our bodies suffer from the excess of toxins.
Besides fat buildup, ingesting industrialized and processed foods can cause inflammations and also harm the liver and the digestive system.
Also, if there’s an organ that cleans and purifies our body, it is the liver. Did you know that?
The liver is responsible for:
Producing the bile that digest fats;
Detoxifying the blood, cleaning it of impurities, such as fats, drugs, alcohol, and chemicals from medicines;
Turning sugar into energy and regulating glucose in blood to avoid hypoglycemia;
It also stores iron in the body.
Since the liver is an organ with many vital functions, it is necessary to take care of it if we want to be healthy.
For that, adding these 9 foods to your diet can help!
And lastly, don’t forget to drink water. There is nothing better than drinking water to detox your body. Get into the habit of drinking at least 67 oz. of water, instead of drinking sweetened beverages, such as sodas.
Besides adding these foods to your routine, other ways of being healthier and detoxifying your body are:
Avoid smoking, excess alcohol and drugs, practice exercises regularly, and avoid sugar consumption.
Do it and then share your experience with us.
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