Leigheasanna díthocsainithe: ár gcomhairle chun tosú

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Leigheasanna díthocsainithe: ár gcomhairle chun tosú

Leigheasanna díthocsainithe: ár gcomhairle chun tosú
Do you want to do a detox cure? PasseportSanté gives you some tips to make it a success with confidence, as well as a selection of the four best recipes to make this treatment a moment of pleasure!

For some time now, the fashion for detoxifying cures has been making a lot of talk. This phenomenon from across the Atlantic is practiced by more and more people looking for a natural purification of their body. These cures are done most of the time before the arrival of a new season in order to prepare the organism for a change of diet, as is often the case in winter or summer.

What is a detox cure?

Detox cures would have their origin in naturopathy, which aims to heal in a natural way. Thus, by starting by removing everything that is harmful to our body, we would be less prone to fatigue and chronic viruses. Saturated fat, alcohol, tobacco, refined sugars, caffeine and preservatives are therefore banned from food for the duration of the treatment. It’s about taking control of what you eat, by favoring fresh fruits and vegetables. Thus, there are several detox cures based on a raw and frugivorous diet such as juicing (only composed of juices, soups and smoothies for 1 to 5 days), the monodiet (eat the same food for three days) or fruit and vegetable cure accompanied by herbal food supplements. Regarding the duration of a cure, it is very variable: between one and thirty days. It depends on the desired and felt effects. Be careful not to confuse cure and diet, because the goal here is to relax your body and not to lose weight, even if this is often what happens when you change your diet.

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What are the results of a detox cure?

The changes undertaken during a detox cure would have multiple effects. First of all, eating lighter and balanced meals would allow the organs (skin, lungs, liver, kidneys) to more easily evacuate the toxins stored in the body, although this remains controversial. It is also the way to realize that a control of your diet is always synonymous with well-being. Why not take advantage of a cure to change your diet in the long term?

Réamhchúraimí agus comhairle

Before starting your treatment, it is preferable to have the approval of your doctor, because not everyone can practice it (pregnant women for example). In addition, to start your cure with confidence, it is advisable to have free time in front of you. The beginnings can seem difficult and lead to fatigue, headaches and some digestive problems. It is strongly recommended that you prepare your meals and juices yourself, they will be 100% natural: take the time to stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables, preferably organic. It is also important to drink plenty of water, teas, and herbal teas in order to keep the body hydrated.

Four recipes to try

Leigheasanna díthocsainithe: ár gcomhairle chun tosú

Green smoothie apple – kiwis – celery

For two glasses : 2 apples, 2 kiwis, 1 teaspoon of lime juice, 6 ice cubes, 4 teaspoons of honey, black pepper, a pinch of turmeric, a few mint and celery leaves

Peel the apples and kiwis. Pass them through the centrifuge and transfer the juice collected with the rest of the ingredients into a blender. Mix everything and taste very fresh.

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Kiwi – strawberry – raspberry – mint smoothie

For two glasses: 1 kiwi, 100 grams of strawberries, 100 grams of raspberries, a branch of basil, 1 branch of fresh mint, 1,5 grams of white tea

Bring water to a boil and let steep white time for 5 minutes. While the liquid has cooled, peel and cut the kiwis into cubes, hull the strawberries and remove the leaves from the herbs. Add all the fruits and herbs in a blender, then mix by gradually adding the white tea. Serve chilled.

Beet juice and vegetables

For a drink : 1 tomato, 1 red pepper, 2 stalks of celery, ¼ lemon juice, 1 beetroot, 1 carrot, 1 bunch of parsley.

Wash fruits, herbs and vegetables in water. Cut the ingredients into pieces and pass them in a blender. Mix and serve in a tall glass.

Cauliflower – carrot – cumin soup

For 5 bowls : 1/2 cauliflower, 3 carrots, 1 onion, 1 teaspoon of cumin, 1 cube of vegetable stock, pepper.

Divide the cauliflower into florets, peel the carrots and peel the onion. Cut the carrots into rings and the onion into quarters. In a pot, pour 600 milliliters of water. Add the onion and the bouillon cube. Bring everything to a boil, then add the vegetables and cumin. Simmer over low heat for 30 minutes. Then mix the vegetables and pepper to your liking.


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