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Clean Up Your Eating with 26 Detox Recipes

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By Lora O’Brien.

Modern living is toxic living, thanks to an overabundance of processed foods in the average urbanite’s diet. To clarify, toxins are basically substances that are considered to cause physical harm or damage – the best example would be alcohol, which most of us have likely over-indulged in throughout the holidays, but sugar, white flour and caffeine are other common culprits.

Excesses of chemicals, sugar, processed flours, herbicides and pesticides, preservatives and sweeteners found in modern food supplies stress out the pancreas and liver, sometimes even leading to diseases like diabetes and cancer.

But it’s not just what you eat or drink that should lead you to detox – of course, toxins are found in our air thanks to smokers, pollution from industry and cars; and there are toxins in cosmetics too, which we absorb through our skin.

In short, we poor humans have never had to suffer such a toxic load before in history, so it’s definitely a good idea to detox your system whenever possible.

Personally, I believe that just like with exercise, detox eating should be embraced as a way of living. Every day, we should try to buy organic food whenever possible; avoid skincare and makeup products that are not all natural (check out our shop for organic and healthy beauty items if you’re not sure where to buy) and of course, avoid ingesting known toxins like alcohol, prescription medications, cigarettes and caffeinated drinks.

This all becomes a bit easier when you know what to eat, of course!

The recipes below have been chosen for their abilities to cleanse the body. For example, watermelon and cucumber are high in water, so I selected quite a few drinks and soups here to flush  out the kidneys (but of course, the best thing you can do to detox is drink lots of fresh mineral water, too). Beetroot is a powerful blood cleanser, and has been included here for that reason, whilst recipes heavy in garlic and onions were included to boost immune function. Dishes with ginger and cinnamon were also included because they  halt the inflammation in the body that can lead to disease over time, and the many greens that are found  in the recipes boost your body’s vitamin intake, providing nutrients and fibre for cleaning out the digestive system.

But the most important thing to keep in mind when going through these detox recipes is that they were all selected for how wonderful they taste.

To your health!

1.  Citrus Dream Detox Juice

Drinking your vitamins  is a great way to reap the rewards of plant based goodness. This juice is packed with veggies, but the ginger in this juice is the real detox winner – it’s perfect for warding off colds and flu that you may come down with when your system is overloaded with toxins.

Get the recipe here.

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2.  Mojito Cleansing Juice  

If you’re looking for a bit of the ‘hair of the dog’ after a rough night out clubbing- try this virgin take on the mojito cocktail instead. Cucumbers, lime and mint not only fight inflammation and keep your breath fresh, they help support your digestive system, too – which probably needs a little TLC after too much weekend fun.

Get the recipe here.

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3.  Liver Boosting Beet Juice

There are lots of reasons why you need to take care of your liver. Aside from the obvious overload of champagne, a diet rich in carbohydrates, sugar and  processed fats puts a lot of stress on this organ, which is ultimately responsible for cleansing your bloodstream.  You may not be aware how your lifestyle impacts your liver; whether you exercise too much, live in a city bustling with polluted air or simply find you don’t get enough sleep at night, your liver takes a blow. But the good news? Beetroot offers a really powerful liver cleanse! And this recipe is basically just…beets.

Get the recipe here.

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4.  Clear Kidney Watermelon Flush  

We’ve detoxed our liver and now it’s time to lend a little TLC to our kidneys. They work 24/7, so a kidney cleanse is a great thing to especially if  you’re suffering from severe energy slumps. Watermelon is the perfect ingredient to flush out your kidneys as it’s basically water, but better tasting. Blend it together with a lime and it’ll give you both a refreshing and zingy drink that will feel more like a treat than a cleanse.

Get the recipe here.

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5.  Pineapple Chia Fresca

In addition to being a diuretic and detoxifying fruit, pineapple is characterized by its content of vitamin C, B1, B6, folic acid, and minerals such as sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese and iron. A large part of the composition of pineapple is water and it also has an important amount of fiber, which of course helps you detox, big time.

Get the recipe here.

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6.  Buffalo Chickpea Wraps

This is a great, quick lunch to make that’s not only tasty and light, but totally packable for work, too. The chickpeas and lettuce add some fibre, but the real detox stars here are the apple cider vinegar, garlic and lemon juice.

Get the recipe here.

 

7.  Rainbow Detox Salad with Ginger Dressing

Ever fancied tasting the rainbow? Well now you can. Not only is this salad bright and bursting with colour, it’s packing a real flavour punch, too. It’s got a variety of different veggies, and the addition of quinoa makes it filling enough for a meal on its own. The optional dressing is pretty tasty too, with the addition of ginger and honey.

Get the recipe here.

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8.  Post Yoga Detox Salad

No doubt we’re all making the same resolution this new year; to get fit. Am I right? Well if so, getting fit is a fabulous step to make towards health, but you still need to remember to feed the body some goodness. This salad is the perfect lunch to throw together after a session at the gym or a yoga class – it’s nice and light, whilst replenishing your bod with nutrients.

Get the recipe here.

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9. Cauliflower Detox Salad

Angela Liddon has re-created this feel good salad for you to enjoy. If you’re looking to cut back on your carb load, cauliflower is a perfect substitute for flour and spuds. I know you’re probably thinking – cauliflower? Are you sure? But when pulsed down in a food processor, it turns to a rice like texture, making it the perfect ‘grain’ to throw into a salad. With the crunchy pine nuts, the abundance of detoxifying ingredients, this tasty salad will work wonders on your body.

Get the recipe here.

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10. Vanilla & Spice Cauliflower Couscous Salad

A sweet salad? Why not? If lettuce based salads aren’t your thing, you’ll love this mix of raw parsnips, carrots and cauliflower which have all been pulsed down to resemble couscous. Then small, diced chunks of pineapple, mango, red pepper and cucumber is added giving it sweeter tones. It’s almost like a sweet and sour recipe, perfect for those looking to cut back on their weekend takeaways and detox healthily.

Get the recipe here.

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11. Super Simple Kale Detox Salad

With the super detoxifying beetroot, kale, and apple, there’s a lot of crunch in this salad and it’s going to leave you feeling amazing. But remember: the whole beauty of salads if that you can put whatever you like in them, so if there’s some ingredient you’d prefer, switch it up, girl.

Get the recipe here.

12.  Garlic Roasted Butternut Squash, Kale & Wheatberry Salad

Anyone else salivate over garlic roasted anything? It’s a delicious and the perfect ingredient for any detox salad as it adds SO much flavour – but it’s not like this salad, with pomegranate seeds, squash, kale and ore, lacks any of that.

Get the recipe here.

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13.  Broccoli & Spinach Detox Soup

Soups are a great way of detoxing. You can throw in so much goodness, blend it up, and voila! The addition of garlic and spinach make this a wonderful immunity-boosting soup to combat colds, whilst simultaneously detoxing your body.

Get the recipe here.

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14. Sweet Potato  Detox Soup

Not only is this soup packed with vitamin A and lots of fibre, it’s  just damn right delicious. The sweet spud blends well with the flavours of carrot, parsnips  and onion, then it’s lightly  seasoned with a range of flavours, and has that most serious of detoxing ingredients; garlic! Make a double amount and take it with you to work all week.

Get the recipe here.

15. Beetroot Soup

This beetroot soup looks amazing with its vibrant colours and thick consistency. Working with the earthy yet sweet flavour of blood-cleansing beetroot is red onion, garlic (obviously) and fresh coconut milk. Who said soups were boring?

Get the recipe here.

16.  Creamy Zucchini Soup

Coupled with the tastes of onion and garlic this soup is be quick and easy to make. It makes for a nice, filling supper, and is full of flavour, whilst working hard to cleanse and replenish the body.

Get the recipe here.

17. No-Chicken Chicken Soup

Lots of fibre from chickpeas and brown rice are the main detoxing ingredients in this tasty, filling soup that is perfect for winter detoxing. It’s got the consistency and a bit of the flavour of a traditional chicken soup, but without, you know, the dead bird.

Get the recipe here.

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18. Roasted Butternut Squash & Apple  Soup

This is a really thick soup, perfect for those of you who don’t enjoy basic broths and long for something heartier. The main detox divas in this dish is actually the apple and spices: cinnamon and nutmeg, work to reduce inflammation in the body.

Get the recipe here.

19. Black Bean & Quinoa Chilli

Whilst cleansing, it’s vital to keep your body running on foods that provide some energy. Cleansing is in no way about starvation – it’s more about giving your body a little break from processed foods. This black bean chilli soup is a really fab recipe for creating a healthy yet filling dinner with zero processed crap.

Get the recipe here.

20. Healthy Chickpea Burgers

If whilst detoxing your body your cravings strike for something naughty like a burger, don’t reach for the takeaway menu. Just make your own, healthy versions! This burger definitely won’t leave you with the guilt that plagues after a greasy takeaway. For added detoxing, nix the bun!

Get the recipe here.

 

21.  Green Goddess Pizza

Pizza doesn’t have a great reputation. It’s known for being the highly calorific, unhealthy takeaway that we usually cave into due to its crunchy texture and gooey cheese. Luckily, pizza is easy to recreate in a healthy, tasty way too!  The whole wheat base can be swapped for spelt or gluten free flour, then it’s all topped with detoxing broccoli stem pesto, kale and asparagus with some lemon.

Get the recipe here.

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22. Detox Thai Curry

This spicy, flavourful dish is packed with several detoxifying spices like lime, ginger and tamari, as well as fibrous, nutrition dense veggies, and black rice. Can’t find that? Sub in brown rice instead.

Get the recipe here.

23.  Superfood Fruit & Nut Trail Mix

When you find yourself a little on the hungry side with no idea of what to eat, just have a little pot of these. Packed full of superfood fruits and nuts, these guys are not only healthy, but a little dosage of energy as they’re going to keep you filled up until you eat your next meal.

Get the recipe here.

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24.  Oven Baked Cinnamon & Nutmeg Apple Slices

If you’re trying to steer clear of sugar based treats, these little snacks may be just the detox recipe you need. Try lashings of lime for a more citrusy  vibe, or even a drizzle of maple syrup for added sweetness.

Get the recipe here.

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25.  Maple Roasted Chickpeas

These are pretty much a detox version of peanut brittle! Once roasted, the chickpeas will harden up and have a wonderful crunch to them, making them a great switch from candy. Make a batch of these and store them in a lock tight jar for whenever the munchies strike.

Get the recipe here.

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26.  Salt & Vinegar Kale Chips

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: detoxing isn’t about deprivation, it’s about finding better alternatives to processed food – and these kale chips are the perfect substitute for anyone who is a fan of chips – especially the salt & vinegar variety!

Get the recipe here.

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27.  Simple Mint Pea Dip

Detox dips are a really great option to have on hand – you can enjoy them as a quick snack or an appetizer; dollop on top of a salad or serve as a side dish with veggie dippers. You may just love the fresh, spring flavours in this dip, it could well become a perennial favourite!

Get the recipe here.

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