The detox diet for athletes (and especially for regular people), includes a change in approach to nutrition – this is one of the main points in purification of the body.
Of course, natural products are the foundation of health and almost all of them are necessary in the diet, but among them are those that have the greatest detoxifying effect:
- Goat’s milk
berries and fruits
- Goji berry
Not only fruits and vegetables are used to cleanse the body of toxins. Spices and herbs are also good detoxifiers:
Anise, burdock, thistle, turmeric, ash, juniper, nettle, cherry stems, licorice, rosemary, sarsaparilla, green tea.
There are recommendations to use only high-quality oils rich in antioxidants, fat-soluble vitamins, and essential fatty acids in cooking and dressing: olive oil, rapeseed oil, linseed oil.
Perhaps the main problem today is that almost any cleansing products we buy in stores can themselves supply us with toxins. They get there either during cultivation (fertilizer) or during processing and preparation for sale (additives and appearance enhancers).
There are only three ways out. Either don’t eat at all, or grow it yourself, or train more.
Yes, yes, exercise is what washes all those harmful chemical compounds out of the body with sweat. If you don’t exercise, they actively accumulate and cause bad sores before they have time to leave the body by other natural means.
If you have been a runner or a triathlete for a long time, then you have a solid supply of cereals for the next hundred years and there is no need to tell you about their benefits. But if you just heard the buzzword “detox” and decided that you need to urgently cleanse your body of toxins, then you should know that all cereals, including “royal” buckwheat, are the basis of the correct diet on a par with fresh vegetables.