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Detox Diet Foods Dos And Donts
 

Detox Diet Foods Dos And Donts

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Learn what detox diet foods you should and shouldn't eat when you're cleansing your body.

Learn what detox diet foods you should and shouldn't eat when you're cleansing your body.

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    • Detox Diet Foods Dos and Donts
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com If you're planning a brief detox diet, you'll want to make sure you eat the foods that increase your chances of success and avoid the foods that will hurt your efforts.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Here is a list of the best and worst foods to eat while you're on the diet.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Best Detox Diet Foods
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Fruit: You can eat any fruit including fresh, frozen, dried or canned in natural fruit juice.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com This includes apples, bananas, pears, oranges, grapefruit, satsumas, sultanas, raisins, pineapple, mango, kiwi fruit, strawberries, raspberries, blackcurrants, nectarines, peaches, and melons.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Fruit juice: Either make homemade fruit juices or smoothies from fresh fruit, or drink ready-made juices.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Make sure ready-made juices are labelled as pure or unsweetened.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Vegetables: Eat any vegetables including fresh, frozen or canned in water (without salt added).
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com This includes carrots, onions, turnip, swede, sprouts, cabbage, peppers, mushrooms, corn, peppers, leeks, broccoli, cauliflower, salad, tomatoes, and cucumber.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Beans and lentils: Eat any beans, including those that have been dried or canned in water.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com This includes red kidney, haricot, cannellini, butter, black eye, pinto, red lentils, green lentils and brown lentils.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Potatoes: Eat all types
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Brown rice and rice noodles
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Rye crackers and rice cakes
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Fresh fish: Eat any fresh fish including cod, mackerel, salmon, lobster, crab, trout, haddock, tuna, prawns, Dover sole, red mullet, halibut, lemon sole, monkfish, and swordfish.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com You can eat canned salmon and tuna in water.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Unsalted nuts: Eat any, including Brazil, peanuts, almonds, cashew, hazel nuts, macadamia, pecans, pine nuts, pistachio, and walnuts
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Unsalted seeds: Eat any, including sunflower and pumpkin.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Plain popcorn: Eat without sugar or salt
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Natural yogurt
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Garlic, ginger and fresh herbs
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Ground black pepper
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Honey
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Water: Drink at least eight ounces of tap or mineral water a day.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Herbal or fruit teas
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Foods to Avoid During Your Detox
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Red meat, chicken, turkey, and meat products such as sausages, burgers, and pate
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Milk, cheese, eggs, cream
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Butter and margarine
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Any food that contains wheat including bread, croissants, cereals, cakes, pies, pastry, quiche, or battered and breadcrumbed foods
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Salted nuts
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Chocolate, candy, jam and sugar
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Processed foods, and ready-made meals and sauces
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Alcohol
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Coffee and tea
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Sauces, pickles, store-bought salad dressing, and mayonnaise
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Salt
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Carbonated drinks, both sugar and diet
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Now that you know the dos and donts of detox diet foods, you're halfway to success!