Check your diet: Remove the foods that fail you, incorporate foods that fuel you

Eating foods that support your bodyโ€™s natural ability to detox is a great way to flush out toxins and start feeling better. โ  โ 

Letโ€™s take a look at some foods that can help: โ  โ 

Chlorella: These freshwater algae, native to Taiwan and Japan, have tons of phytonutrients, amino acids, chlorophyll, beta-carotene, potassium, biotin, magnesium, and B vitamins. Specifically, chlorella helps your body expel heavy metals like lead, cadmium, mercury, and uranium. โ  โ 

Spirulina: A cousin of chlorella, this type of algae packs so many nutrients that NASA now sends it into space for astronauts to consume to stay healthy. โ  โ 

Ginger: This familiar root stimulates digestion, circulation, and sweating, which are the bodyโ€™s three main avenues of natural detoxification! Ginger also helps your body maintain digestive enzymes that are important for keeping issues like gas and bloating at bay. โ  โ 

Leafy Greens: Veggies like spinach, kale, moringa leaf, alfalfa, and parsley should be incorporated into as many of your meals as possible. Not only are these greens packed with vitamins and minerals that play a role in the natural detoxification process, but theyโ€™re full of fiber, which makes them slow to digest and good for detoxifying your bowels.

This weeks challenge is to incorporate one of these ingredients into your meal plan for the week! โ 

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