• Almonds: High in fiber, calcium, magnesium and protein, almonds can help support healthy, clean bowels and help support healthy blood sugar levels.†
  • Apples: With both soluble and insoluble fiber, apples help to support healthy blood vessel function as well as acting to move waste along quickly through the digestive system.†
  • Avocados: In addition to healthy fats and other nutrients, avocados also contain glutathione, known as the body’s master antioxidant, which helps support the liver’s ability to detoxify the body.†
  • Beets and Beetroot: Brimming with phytochemicals and minerals to support liver and blood cleansing, beets also boost oxygen intake at the cellular levels, making them overall body cleansers and acid-alkaline balancers for the blood. Likewise, beetroot contains betaine and pectin, which cleanse the body, including the liver and the digestive system.†
  • Cabbage: With strong antioxidant compounds, cabbage helps the liver break down excess hormones, while cleansing the digestive tract and soothing the stomach. Cruciferous veggies such as cabbage possess powerful detoxification properties.†
  • Cauliflower: High in glucosinolates, cauliflower supports detoxification. Glucosinolates break down in the intestines to compounds called isotheiocyanates and indole-3-carbinol, which regulate the body’s detoxification system. Cauliflower also contains vitamin C to support liver function and vitamin K to protect the liver from free radical damage.†
  • Flaxseeds and Flaxseed Oil: Packed with essential fatty acids, including omega-3s, flaxseeds and flaxseed oil demonstrate many bodily cleansing functions and help to support a healthy immune system, healthy brain and healthy cells.†
  • Green Tea: With high antioxidant power, green tea has catechins called epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) to help the body rid itself of free radicals and to support healthy liver function for detoxification.†
  • Kale: High in fiber to cleanse the intestinal tract, kale can also kick-start the liver’s production of cleansing enzymes.†
  • Lemons: As strong liver detoxifiers, lemons have high amounts of vitamin C, necessary for making glutathione—which, as the body’s master antioxidant, helps the liver detoxify the body.†
  • Sea Veggies: Sea veggies such as spirulina and chlorella can bind to radioactive waste and heavy metals in the body to help remove them. Additionally, sea veggies are brimming with minerals and trace minerals.†
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