A balanced diet, getting regular sleep and sufficient exercise, reducing your daily toxin threshold, cleansing your body regularly, and maintaining a positive state of mind are required to obtain maximum health, says Global Healing Center’s Dr. Edward F.

If you have been doing exactly what the docter ordered you are on the right track, so big ups to you. If you are struggling to get back to healthy eating habits after the festive sesone or you want to start with a healthier lifestyle, then this article is just for you.

Habits take time, so you have to be patient and start introducing them gradually. So take it easy, you have your whole life to master clean eating but for starters you need to detox youerself from the December junk.

If you don’t know how, TYI has a few foods you could introduce into your daily eating habits that will help you detox, so add these tweaks into your routine and you are well on your way to starting a healthier lifestyle.

1. Fruits

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Stock up on fruits, they are high in liquid-content which will help your body wash out all the toxins. They are also very easy to digest and are high in antioxidants, nutrients, fibre,and important vitamins.

2. Green Tea

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Green tea is essential for detoxing. If you look at the ingredients list for any fat burning supplement, you will probably see that green tea is on the list.

Green tea has been shown to boost the metabolic rate and increase fat burning in the short term, although not all studies agree.

3. Seeds and Nuts

Incorporate more of the easily digestible seeds and nuts into your diet. Flax seed, pumpkin seeds, almonds, walnuts, hemp seeds, sesame seeds, chia seeds, Siberian cedar nuts, and sunflower seeds are all excellent options as well.

You might want to avoid nut butters while detoxing.

4. Avocados

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At first many shy away from Avocados because they’re high in fat, but ever since the difference between good fats and bad fats become more commonly known, they are now becoming more prominent.

Because of its fiber and antioxidant count, this is a food that is making it onto more and more detox lists as well.


Yes, you read correctly, water is often overlooked but it’s highly important for all of your organs. It helps us with flushing toxins out of our bodies. If you’re exercising it becomes even more important to stay hydrated, so bring back all the water bottles.

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