Want to add a super food to your detox? Kale is the answer.
This single vegetable has few calories yet provides nearly 19% of the calcium, more than 200% of the vitamin A, 134% of the vitamin C and nearly 700% of the vitamin K recommended for the average adult’s daily diet.
Carrots are very high in soluble fiber, which binds to the bad cholesterol in your gut so you can eliminate it from your body, but it also lowers blood pressure and stabilizes blood sugar levels too.
Tomatoes is a good source of vitamins and acts as a blood purifier. Regular consumption of tomatoes is known to reduce the risk of heart diseases. Vitamin K present in tomatoes helps to prevent occurrences of hemorrhages. Eat tomatoes in the raw form in salads or sandwiches, cooked form in gravies or simply good old ketchup.
When your body is under attack by toxins, it’s quickly depleted of vitamin B. Add Spinach to your detox program to bring back your levels of vitamin B, which helps balance your system and improve your ability to handle stress. Spinach also assist in flushing toxic build-up from your system.