Silly season is nearly upon us and what better way to prep than pimp up your nutrition with a cleanse.

Now before you start thinking that a cleanse has to be something big... and drastic.... let's get that idea out of your head.... 

If you have worked with me before you know that my number 1 rule about health is to make it simple.... and when it is simple it is actionable... and action my dear friend is where the gold is at. 

So before you start thinking you have to go hardcore on the diet and lifestyle path... I want to ask you consider changing how you think about a cleanse or a detox. 

Number 1 you are not doing the detox... your body is... you are just providing the best ingredients for it to do it.... 

And number 2.... think of you crowding out the shitty foods such as processed foods, lollies, diet drinks and swapping your alcoholic beverages from alcohol free ones for a couple of days... And you cannot deny there is a bunch of amazing alcohol free drinks now...

A simple rule of thump is to aim to replace anything that is out of a packet with one of the following.... it is no biggie (unless you are really set on convincing yourself it is.

How many of these foods can you add into your day... I bet it is more than you think


Garlic contains sulfur compounds that can aid in activating liver enzymes responsible for flushing out toxins. It also contains allicin and selenium, which are beneficial for liver protection and detoxification.

Leafy Green Vegetables

Vegetables like spinach, kale, and arugula are high in chlorophyll, which can assist the liver in neutralising heavy metals, chemicals, and pesticides.

Beets and Carrots

Both are high in flavonoids and beta-carotene, which can improve overall liver function.

Green Tea

Rich in antioxidants called catechins, green tea supports liver function. However, it's important to consume it in moderation.


This spice is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and can assist the enzymes that actively flush out dietary carcinogens.


High in omega-3 fatty acids and glutathione, walnuts support natural liver cleansing.

Citrus Fruits

Lemons and limes, in particular, contain high amounts of vitamin C, which aids the body in synthesizing toxic materials into substances that can be absorbed by water.


High in pectin, apples hold the chemical constituents necessary for the body to cleanse and release toxins from the digestive tract, making it easier for the liver to handle the toxic load during the cleansing process.


This nutrient-dense superfood helps the body produce glutathione, a compound that is necessary for the liver to cleanse harmful toxins.

Remember, a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are crucial for maintaining overall health, including liver health. It's also important to consult with healthcare professionals before making significant changes to your diet, especially if you have existing health conditions.

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