Best Ways to Detox your liver


Sweat it out

If you live closer to the equator, this shouldn’t take a lot of effort for the most part of the year – but that’s not what we’re talking about here. You need exercise-induced sweat in order to detoxify.

Activities like HIT workouts, jogging, hot yoga, or sauna sessions are all excellent ways to sweat your toxins out. Remember to wipe the sweat away so you don’t end up reabsorbing the toxins, though.

Written by Percy Torres
2 years ago

Get you zzzs

Sleep is an essential component of your everyday healthcare. It regulates the metabolism and targets the brain and neurological toxins to move them out of your liver.

Think of sleep as an energy-saving mode. It temporarily pauses all the physical functions and channelizes the energy towards healing, processing, restoring, and detoxifying.

Written by Edmund Bowen
2 days ago


This super-spice is an effective tool for detoxifying the liver. Consuming turmeric boosts enzymes that flush the dietary toxins out of your body.

Take half a teaspoon of turmeric and a dash of pepper. Mix these in a glass of lukewarm water and have it first thing in the morning.


Written by April Garrett
2 years ago

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