Artichokes are hepatoprotective and boost bile production, says Urban Healing creator Daniela Turley.
Warm lemon water in the morning helps start your "agni," or digestive fire, which is cleansing. Lemons include vitamin C, which helps the body fight free radicals.
Ginger promotes intestinal health. Gingerol is the most pharmacologically active molecule in ginger .
Cucumbers have 96% water, making them a fantastic way to hydrate while munching. Cucumbers' high water and pectin content help prevent constipation from dehydration (a soluble fiber).
Dandelions are a pesky pest, but they're also healthy and used in traditional herbal therapy.
Coffee-lovers, rejoice! This drink promotes liver health. Coffee reduces the incidence of cirrhosis and liver cancer, according to many studies.
Cordyceps, a genus of parasitic fungi, has been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat health ailments.
One cup of raw beets has 3.8 grammes of fibre. "As vasodilators, they boost blood flow, which benefits blood pressure, cognitive function''
Prickly pear, a species of edible cactus, is commonly utilised for its fruit juices. This study demonstrated that prickly pear extract reduced hangover symptoms.
Broccoli and Brussels sprouts are other detox-friendly meals. Both stimulate the liver's detoxification enzymes, assisting in detox and protecting the liver.
Curcumin, the main component in turmeric, helps liver function by cleaning out toxins and boosting antioxidants that repair free radical damage.