The Ultimate Detox Diet Food List (+ What to Avoid)

By Mia

The Ultimate Detox Diet Foods List (+ The Toxic Foods You Need to Avoid at All Costs)- This is my favorite list that I follow whenever I want to flush my system and cleanse my body and mind. This is a great list for anyone interested in detox, weight loss or just to eat healthier.

Our Detox Diet Food List shows which foods will help you the most when trying to purge your body of stored toxins without negative side effects. These foods nourish the body while helping your detoxifying organs and immune system function at optimal levels.


Compounds in artichokes support your liver and gallbladder, two important organs when it comes to ridding the body of toxins. These phytonutrients make artichokes a great addition to your detox, and it’s worth becoming familiar on how to both prepare and eat this vegetable.

Increase your intake of arugula and you’ll be helping your body with a cruciferous vegetable that contains a broad spectrum of vitamins and minerals, as well as antioxidants that will serve you well during a detox. It also helps hydrate the body to supplement the water you drink each day.

Asparagus makes a great spring detox food because that’s when it’s at its freshest, and is just what the body needs after a long winter. Asparagus can serve to help balance blood sugar levels while on a detox that involves juice fasting because of the chromium it contains.

Beets are a rich source of betalains, a powerful antioxidant that is found in only a few foods. They work directly on the liver, helping it to remove impurities from your blood. Use fresh beets and roast them for a taste that’s quite different from pickled beets.

Bell Peppers
There are many reasons to include bell peppers in your detox, as long as you don’t have a sensitivity to nightshade vegetables. They’re a good source of fiber, and contain a good number of different vitamins. There’s also antioxidants that benefit your heart and support healthy blood pressure levels.

Bok Choy
Part of the cruciferous vegetable family, bok choy is full of important vitamins that act as antioxidants in the body. It’s also a rich source of fiber, and helps out your elimination system so that you’re getting the toxins out of your body efficiently.

Broccoli is a health food staple that cannot be overlooked when trying to detox the body. The combination of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and even protein that broccoli brings to the detox equation will help all of your body’s major functions. It’s Vitamin C content alone will have you set for the day.

Brussels Sprouts
A healing vegetable, Brussels sprouts are another cruciferous vegetable that can play a big part in your detox. Along with other members of the cruciferous veggie family, Brussels sprouts help get your natural detox systems online and working as they should. Add in plenty of cruciferous vegetables, to get the full detox effect.

Cruciferous vegetables like cabbage get regular attention in health news thanks to their anti-cancer properties. Perhaps this is because they help the body’s natural detox systems perform the way they should. Making a cabbage soup is a tasty way to include cabbage on your detox.

A member of the cruciferous vegetable family, cauliflower contains glucosinolates which is why these types of vegetables are often linked to anti-cancer benefits. It works be providing enzymes to the body that encourage it to carry out its natural detoxification processes. Cauliflower also provides you with some fiber as well as Vitamin C.

Celery is an alkalizing vegetable that will help reduce inflammation and supports a healthy nervous system. Be sure to leave on the leaves to get extra vitamins from the celery. One of the best ways to use celery on a detox is to juice it, especially if you don’t care for the taste or texture of whole celery.

Collard Greens
Another member of the cruciferous vegetable family, collard greens contain the same glucosinolates found in Brussels sprouts, cabbage, and cauliflower. These lower your cancer risk and give your detox system a boost so it can do its job more effectively. Try them in a salad instead of spinach for a change of flavor.

Cucumbers support the body in a number of ways, all of which come in handy while trying to detox. They’re a hydrating vegetable, made up mostly of water, and they’ll support your digestive system while at the same time reducing inflammation and providing you with antioxidant support.

You’ll want to add eggplant to your shopping cart while getting your detox foods. It’s a great source of fiber, and helps your liver and gallbladder perform better. It will also reduce the amount of inflammation in your body, and fight off free radical damage thanks to its antioxidants.

Endive provides you with an important antioxidant vitamin Vitamin A, which supports your immune system and helps to keep you feeling good during the detox. It’s also a source of B Vitamins which need to be replenished daily because they’re water soluble making veggies like endive an important component to any detox.

The diuretic properties of fennel make it a good addition to your detox as it will help with the removal of toxins. It’s also a good source of minerals, and is an anti-inflammatory. It can be added into a detox smoothie or used as a salad topping.

Green Beans
One of the tastier vegetables on our detox foods list, green beans make the cut because of their large amounts of antioxidants. These include both carotenoids and flavonoids, making them an anti-inflammatory that will help ease you through any detox symptoms and help you to feel energized throughout the process.

Habanero Peppers
Crank up the heat on your detox with a habanero pepper. You’ll definitely feel this on your taste buds, and the extra capsaicin it contains will get your detox into a higher gear. Capsaicin helps improve circulation throughout the body, and important factor in a detox and for your overall health.

Kale can be counted on as a vegetable that will help your detox considerably. It contains vitamins A and C, fiber, and even plant protein. It’s also a good source of minerals and can be used as an ingredient in a green detox smoothie.

Kimchi and other fermented vegetables like sauerkraut can prove beneficial on a detox thanks to the probiotic effect they have in your gut. Kimchi is particularly good at helping the body get rid of stored pesticides and heavy metals that have been taken in from a tainted food supply.

What’s interesting about leeks is that they can help benefit you much the same way as garlic because they share the same compound, allicin. This gives leeks a cleansing effect thanks to their antifungal and antibacterial properties, helping to kill off harmful organisms within the body.

The support given to your immune system by the consumption of mushrooms is enough to include them on your shopping list of detox foods. Your immune system is constantly trying to make you the healthiest you can be, and by helping it out you’re helping your overall health.

Mustard Greens
Mustard greens can help with both phases of the detox process your body naturally goes through. This in turn re-establishes the natural detox abilities the body has, and starts to undo some of the damage done by eating unhealthy foods and drinks. They contain antioxidants that help curb inflammation in the body.

Eating onions may be worth the resultant bad breath, as they provide key vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamin C and chromium. These boost your immune system and help manage blood sugar levels respectively. Their antioxidant effect helps fight free radical damage and prevent cancer.

Don’t let their small size fool you, peas pack a nutritional punch and are a welcome addition to any serious detox program. They contain both fiber and protein as well as antioxidant. The fiber will help keep you regular and the protein will help you feel satiated between meals.

Radishes go right to work in your digestive system, helping to clear out toxins that have built up, and move them out of the body. In conjunction with high-fiber foods found on this list you’ll be helping to return your digestive system to its natural state of high efficiency for added energy and vitality.

Seaweed is an important detox aid because of the large amount of chlorophyll and iodine it contains. Iodine supports a sluggish thyroid, and you’ll want your thyroid fully functioning while you detox. Getting iodine from a natural source like kelp is preferable over synthetic supplements.

We all know spinach is good for us, but it’s so good for us that it should take a starring role in your detox plan. It provides support to the immune system with its Vitamin C, protein to help you stay strong during the detox, and phytonutrients that act as antioxidants.

Pick a squash, any squash, and you’ll be adding a vegetable that will help you detox with added fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Butternut and acorn squash are two types of squash that are available year round, taste great, and provide you with potassium, Vitamin A and Vitamin C.

Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes are a nourishing food that will help you feel full and satisfied while on a detox, while at the same time supporting you with fiber and beta-Carotene. The beta-Carotene is converted to Vitamin A by the body, and goes to work as an antioxidant.

Your liver takes a lot of abuse in our modern world, and the lycopene in tomatoes helps to protect it from damage so it can do its job of filtering out toxins. Go with cherry tomatoes for more lycopene, and cooked tomatoes to release more lycopene and reap more benefits.

Turnips should be included in a detox diet plan because of their fiber content. They’ll help you stay regular during your detox, and this is important because released toxins need to make it all the way out, and could be reabsorbed by the body if your digestive system is sluggish.

Watercress is a cruciferous vegetable, in the same family as cauliflower and Brussels sprouts, although it doesn’t look very much like them at all. It contains antioxidants that are shown to give it anti-cancer properties and these same antioxidants help your body get rid of toxic substances.

The chlorophyll content of wheatgrass makes it the perfect choice for helping your body to detox. It’s not as easy as eating wheatgrass like you would a salad, or adding it to a smoothie. You’ll want to juice it in order to get the full benefits.

Provide your body with the Vitamin C it needs to get your immune system in working order. During a detox you may suffer from a “healing crisis” unless you are supplying your body with the nutrients it needs. Zucchini can play a part along with other nutrient-dense foods on this list.


Apples are a great detox food because of the special fiber they contain called pectin. It helps to whisk out toxins from the body and helps to keep you regular. Even more, the flavonols in apples help to ward off cancer, and its antioxidants support brain health.

Bananas are so good for the body that there are proponents that suggest eating a banana-only diet to perform a detox. You don’t have to go to extremes to detox, and you can enjoy bananas along with other foods in order to help the body get rid of toxins.

Blackberries are a good source of antioxidants and fiber, and the reason berries in general make a good detox fruit is because of the clean energy they provide. Whip up a mixed berry detox shake as a breakfast option and you’ll feel supercharged through lunchtime.

Blueberries get a lot of credit for their antioxidants, but they’re also a good source of fiber, a duo that makes them perfect for detoxing. You’ll also be supporting your brain and helping to prevent cancer. The specific mix of antioxidants in blueberries has been shown to have an anti-aging effect on the body.

Cantaloupe brings both hydration and fiber to the body, with its high water content, so it’s great for a summertime detox when the body is already taxed in terms of hydration. It contains antioxidants and electrolytes that will leave you feeling refreshed and recharged on your detox.

Good sleep is important while you’re detoxing, and cherries can support a good night’s rest because they are a natural source of melatonin. They’re also full of antioxidants and fiber, so your body will have a chance to heal itself, and your digestion will benefit from eating them.

You may be aware that cranberry juice is recommended as an alternative and all-natural treatment for a urinary tract infection, but it is also helpful when you want to flush the kidneys. Treat these hard-working organs right by giving them some attention and helping them purge toxins.

Goji Berries
There are plenty of antioxidants packed into each goji berry, making them a great detox snack all by themselves, or they can be incorporated into a recipe to increase its detox effectiveness. They’re also a rich source of Vitamin C so your immune system is given a boost during your detox.

Grapefruit is often thought of as diet food because of its low calories and ability to rev up your metabolism, but it also makes a great detox food. It’s an alkalizing fruit that helps balance your liver functions and produces a more efficient detox. Tastes great as a juice as well as eaten whole.

Keep your digestive system happy by eating foods that are hydrating, like grapes. A dehydrated, sluggish digestion puts you at risk for reabsorbing the toxins you’re releasing. Grapes are made up mostly of water, and contain antioxidants and fiber to support your cleansing.

You’ll be getting plenty of nutritional support from kiwifruit, and it can add a naturally sweet taste and bright green color to your plate or glass. The antioxidants, fiber, and potassium they contain will help fight off free radical damage, and keep your digestive system humming along.

Lemons are an excellent detox aid, and the best way to get their benefits is to add it to the water you’ll be drinking on your detox. The vitamins and nutrients will seep into the water and provide you with Vitamin C and enzymes that support your detox organs.

Mango is not only good for your digestive tract, it also supports your overall health with an array of vitamins such as A and D, with Vitamin A acting as an antioxidant in the body. You can eat fresh mango or frozen, even dried, just make sure it’s organic no matter which way you go.

You’ll have your Vitamin C needs met for the day by consuming just one orange, helping to support your immune system. It’s also a good source of fiber and can help you stay hydrated. Store bought orange juice is not recommended due to the added sugar, but fresh-squeezed orange juice can be used.

Papayas do more for you than simply boost your Vitamin C intake for the day. They’re rich in minerals including magnesium and folate, and they’re an excellent source of fiber with one small papaya providing 10% of your fiber needs. They’re also high in Vitamins A and K and lycopene.

Pears have the same type of fiber as apples, pectin, which helps to cleanse the colon and can be very beneficial on a detox program. The antioxidants will support your immune system, while the juice from the pear acts as an anti-inflammatory. Enjoy whole, juiced, or in a detox smoothie.

Another Vitamin C powerhouse, pineapples are a sweet and sour way to get more vitamins and minerals into the body while detoxing. Pineapples and all sugary fruits should be kept to reasonable portions on a detox, especially if you are detoxing to lose weight or to start a new diet.

Fresh plums and their dried form prunes are good detox options because of their antioxidant and fiber content. Plums help you absorb iron, which can be especially helpful when you’re detoxing and need all the minerals you can get. Prunes can also help balance blood sugar levels so you stay clear-headed on your detox.

No offense to the other fruits on here, but pomegranates put them to shame in terms of sheer antioxidant power. The results that pomegranates provide have been clinically proven, and it can seriously improve your immune system, one of the most important systems to focus on during a detox.

An excellent source of antioxidants and fiber, raspberries also contain Vitamin C and a healthy dose of Vitamin K. Their antioxidants can help protect you from both heart disease and cancer. Raspberries provide your taste buds with a tartness that combines well with sweet fruits, and will enhance any smoothie or salad.

Strawberries are a detox fruit you’ll love to eat, and can help your body with folic acid as well as potassium. They contain several antioxidants to help with your major detoxifying organs, and also help to normalize high blood pressure thanks to the potassium they contain.


Black Beans
The fiber in black beans is a necessary component to any detox program. It gives you protein in lieu of meat and with no saturated fat or cholesterol. A 50 gram serving of black beans gets you a third of the fiber needed each day, and over 10 grams of protein.

Chickpeas have the combination of fiber and protein that you’ll want to seek out for your detox. They also provide mineral support in the form of folate, zinc, and selenium among others. They can be used in number of ways, including roasted for a nice snacktime crunch, or mashed for a hummus.

Lentils are digested slowly by the body, and are an excellent source of minerals and fiber. They will help take the place of meat while you are detoxing, and will leave you satisfied after a meal. Lentils are easy on your digestion, and on your budget, and are very alkalizing for the body.

Grains and Alternatives

Brown Rice
Brown rice can be used on a detox thanks to its antioxidant content, as well as the vitamins and minerals it contains. It’s also a reliable source of fiber. Avoid white rice while detoxing, as it is processed differently by the body and will not assist in removing toxins.

Buckwheat may not currently be on your menu, but it can be used on a detox in place of pasta and other grains if you want to avoid grains altogether. It provides you with protein that is easily broken down by the body so it can put it to use right away.

Quinoa has enjoyed a steady rise in popularity, and it’s one pseudo-grain that you can use on a detox. It is gluten-free and provides you with minerals and protein, while at the same time adding fiber and vitamins while helping to fill you up.

Nuts and Seeds

Almonds make a great crunchy snack on your detox, but you’ll want to make sure that you buy organic, raw almonds to avoided added fat and salt. Almonds provide both protein and fiber, two necessary components that will improve the results of your detox and help you get through it with ease.

Brazil Nuts
The selenium in Brazil nuts helps with your detox, specifically helping it to purge mercury, a toxic metal that winds up in us all thanks to polluted air and a tainted food supply. The beauty is you don’t need to eat a lot of them in order to get their benefits, just one or two per day does the trick.

Chia Seeds
The antioxidants in chia seeds makes them a smart choice for a detox, and in addition to that they’re also a great source of fiber. They’ll provide you with the energy you’ll need while detoxing so you don’t experience any negative side effects and can continue with your normal daily activities.

Flax Seeds
The omega-3s in flax seeds will not only help you feel better in the short term, they act as an anti-inflammatory and contain a large amount of fiber for something so small. They will help keep your digestive system moving with both forms of fiber, and support you with additional minerals.

Hemp Seeds
Hemp seeds will help alkalize the body while at the same time providing you with plant-based protein and omega-3s. They’re also high in fiber and contain minerals that your body will need replenished while it’s in detox mode. It’s a small seed that can keep you feeling good while your body purges out the bad.

Pistachios in particular can help with your digestion, one of the main focuses while you’re on a detox. It’s also a source of protein and fiber, a one-two combination that is essential if you want a pleasant experience during your detox, without feeling like you’re being deprived or punished.

Pumpkin Seeds
Pumpkin seeds are one of the healthiest seeds you can eat, but be sure you’re choosing raw organic brands. They’ll provide you with important minerals like magnesium and zinc, and help your liver with antioxidants and healthy fat so it can function at its full potential.

Sesame Seeds
You’re getting a high quality protein when you choose sesame seeds. They’re also a good source of minerals and fiber and can improve the flavor of your detox meals. You can also use tahini during your detox, just make sure to check the label to see it doesn’t have any harmful additives.

Sunflower Seeds
Sunflower seeds will give you an added protein boost while also improving your fiber intake for the day. They’re also a source of healthy fats that can leave you feeling satiated for several hours even from a small serving. As with all nuts and seeds be sure to choose the raw variety.

Walnuts contain antioxidants that you just won’t find in too many other foods, which makes them a great addition to your detox. You’ll also be getting healthy fats, protein, and fiber that these nuts contain, and helping to prevent cancer and heart disease as well.

Herbs and Spices

Adding fresh basil to a detox smoothie or a detox salad is a great idea because of the antioxidants it contains. This will help to fight free radicals in the body and curb inflammation so that you feel good while getting the bad stuff out.

A detox diet doesn’t have to be flavorless, and with cardamom you’re getting a robust flavor and health benefits as well. The array of minerals you get with cardamom is pretty impressive, and it will also add to your total protein and fiber for the day.

Cayenne Pepper
Spice things up on your detox with some cayenne pepper and you’ll be getting capsaicin, the substance that gives it its heat. It’s also good for your digestion and can help relieve any gas you’re experiencing while on a cleanse. It also improves your circulation, an important element when detoxing.

Don’t overlook the power of spices while you detox. They can improve the flavor of the foods you’re eating and also supply additional nutrients. Cinnamon in particular provides Vitamin K as well as manganese and calcium, two essential minerals, and some fiber to help with your digestion.

Dandelion Root
An unexpected source of nourishment, dandelions and dandelion roots should make it onto your menu in some capacity. The digestive support they provide as well as the antioxidants makes them a great addition to a detox smoothie or a topper for a detox salad. From lawn weed to detox food!

Garlic is a well-known cleansing agent, and its healing properties can be contributed to the allicin it contains. Adding garlic to a detox meal is easy enough, and you can also find it in supplemental form if you’re not a fan of the taste or want a higher dose.

The benefits ginger provides to your digestive system make it a natural detox food, and it also acts as an anti-inflammatory. You can grate fresh ginger on top of a detox salad, or simply drop a nub into a detox smoothie and let your blender do the work.

Vitamins and minerals abound in lemongrass, and it can add a delicious flavor to your detox cooking. An added detox bonus is that lemongrass can help kill off harmful organisms in your body thanks while leaving beneficial bacteria alone. Try adding it to a smoothie or soup for best results.

Parsley contains plenty of antioxidants, so it should be used as more than just a garnish. Drop it in a detox smoothie or add it to a detox soup. It has a fresh flavor in addition to its nutritional benefits, and can be found fresh and in bunches in the produce section.

Turmeric has been used as a healing spice for centuries, and also brings with it a distinct flavor that can make your detox meal taste better. Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory and contains antioxidants that helps your brain and your heart and can even help prevent cancer.

Oils and Fats

The healthy fat avocados contain will get your bile levels up, helping to get rid of toxins that have been stagnant due to low bile production. The fiber in avocados helps carry these toxins out, and the assorted vitamins and minerals insure your body doesn’t suffer during the process.

Coconut Oil
One of the healthiest oils you can use while on a detox, coconut oil is so nourishing that there’s even an entire detox diet based around it. It provides medium-chain triglycerides that give you energy to burn, and is great at killing bacteria and fungus from inside the body.

Olive Oil
Compared to the oils used in commercially produced foods, olive oil is an absolute champion. It contains antioxidants so it will actually improve your health instead of tear it down. Be sure your olive oils is extra virgin cold pressed and organic so you’re getting the highest purity.


Coconut Milk
Coconut milk makes a great stand-in for regular milk, so you can remain dairy free on your detox but still get some healthy fatty acids in the form of lauric acid. This is a substance found in mother’s milk, and still does the body good even as adults.

Unsweetened Almond Milk
Unlike cow’s milk, almond milk provides you with fiber so it makes a great milk replacement when you’re trying to rid yourself of toxins. You’ll not only be getting a milk that’s completely lactose free, so it’s easy on the digestion, but also unsweetened to avoid added sugar.


Green Tea
Green tea is revered for its high antioxidant content, and these come in handy on your detox so your body can safely pass toxins. The EGCG in green tea is known for its weight loss benefits, but here we’re more interested in its ability to protect the liver while it filters out unwanted substances.

White Tea
Like green tea, white tea is minimally processed so you’re getting a host of antioxidants that are otherwise stripped from processed teas. In addition, white tea can help kill of bacteria, viruses, and other internal parasites that can bring you down and over the long term can impact your health.

Chamomile Tea
Sleep is a detox aid that you simply can’t ignore, and you’ll want to make sure you get to bed early when detoxing. Chamomile can help soothe your nervous system and relax you into a state of sleepiness, while also calming your digestive system so it can reset itself while you sleep.

Detox Adjuncts

Apple Cider Vinegar
ACV is great to add to a few glasses of the water you drink each day, helping with digestion and adding its life-giving enzymes to the body. Be sure to go with organic raw apple cider vinegar that still contains “the mother”.

Sea Salt
Unlike regular iodized table salt and the industrial-grade salt found in processed foods, sea salt helps to nourish the body and keep your fluid levels balanced. It promotes healthy blood sugar levels as well as blood pressure and is encouraged while detoxing to help you feel your best.

You want to be sure your body is getting all of the nutrients possible while you’re detoxing, and spirulina can help fill in any nutritional gaps. As a supplement you’ll find it in powdered form to easily add it to smoothies or soups. It is full of antioxidants and protein to help sustain you through the day.

7 Toxic Foods to Avoid

– Alcohol
Alcohol taxes one organ that does so much good for you on your detox: your liver. Cut out alcohol while while providing it with essential vitamins and minerals from the detox foods above and it will heal itself over time. You’ll soon notice more energy and vitality as your liver improves its important functions.

– Sugar
Sugar is a toxic substance, and one that you’ll want to abstain from for the most effective detox. This can be one of the hardest things to avoid while on a detox, but it will make the biggest difference overall. You may even notice some withdrawal symptoms, since sugar boosts dopamine levels, similar to some illicit drugs.

– Processed Foods
Stay away from anything processed and make all of your detox meals and snacks yourself using wholesome, natural foods. This includes anything packaged by a publicly traded corporation in a grocery store, as well as fast food, chain restaurants, and restaurant food in general.

– Dairy
Dairy products may have some benefits, such as calcium and protein, but you can get these nutrients from non-dairy sources. Diary has no fiber and many adults have at least a mild digestive sensitivity to it, and for the purposes of detoxing it just doesn’t serve you.

– Meat
Meat contains zero fiber and makes your digestive system work extra hard to get it out. You can get the protein and minerals that meat provides from vegetable sources while on a detox. Going meatless for your detox gives your digestive system a break and allows you to get more toxins out.

– Soy Foods
While often thought of as a health food, there’s enough evidence that points to processed soy products being toxic to the body. They can make it harder for the body to absorb important minerals, which is counterproductive to what is needed while detoxing. This is a time when the body needs to be fully nourished.

– Unhealthy Oils
Stick with healthy oils while on a detox, and avoid unhealthy oils like vegetable oil, canola oil, soybean oil, and of course anything hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated. This is why you’ll want to avoid processed foods because almost all of them are made with unhealthy oils and other toxic ingredients.

30 Detox Recipes for Vibrant Health

Detox Protein Smoothie Bowl – Plenty of detox foods in one bowl. This smoothie could not be contained in a glass and makes a great start to your day.

Homemade Detox Vegetable Soup – One of the best ways to enjoy your detox vegetables in a soup, and this recipe is a tasty way to get their nutrients.

Liver-Loving Pilaf – Treat your liver right and everything else follows. This pilaf is made with quinoa, turmeric, ginger, and garlic.

Chocolate Chia Pudding – Enjoy your pudding and eat it too with this vegan offering that uses chia seeds for added protein and fiber.

Crunchy Quinoa Power Bowl – A delicious mix of detox foods in what’s dubbed a “power bowl”. Get real energy from foods that will support your cleanse.

Green Kale Spring Pea Salad – It’s easy being green when you use delicious veggies like kale and spring peas. This salad is one you shouldn’t miss.

Green Goddess Balance Bowl – Balance is key when you’re detoxing, and this bowl will help get you there with Brussel sprouts, walnuts, and avocado.

Chickpea Artichoke Mediterranean Wrap – A healthy lunch is minutes away when you make these wraps with chickpeas and artichokes wrapped up in collard greens.

Cleansing Detox Soup – Another version of a detox soup that includes broccoli, tomatoes, and carrots with cayenne, cinnamon, and turmeric spices.

Purple Power Detox Smoothie – Detoxing can be delicious with the help of the purple-hued smoothie made with blueberries and pomegranates.

Roasted Turmeric Cauliflower and Kale Salad – Cruciferous vegetables unite in this salad featuring roasted cauliflower flavored with turmeric on a bed of kale.

21 Day Sugar Detox Banana Coconut Macaroons – Have dessert and still be detoxing with these macaroons specifically made to help you get the sugar out of the body.

Ayurvedic Detox Bowl – This detox bowl is made according to Ayurvedic practices and promises a delicious meal that helps the body purify itself.

Raw Cream of Green Soup – No dairy is used in this creamy soup that is a vegan offering geared at giving you cucumber, broccoli, and kale.

Superfood Salad – So many detox foods, just one little bowl. This superfood salad is sure to power up your detoxing organs and make you feel great.

Protein Power Green Smoothie – Boost your protein levels with this green smoothie and you’ll feel sustained for several hours while still detoxing.

Detox Noodle Soup – You can have noodle soup on a detox, especially when the noodles are made from rutabagas and the broth is full of detox spices.

Sweet Potato, Lentil, and Kale Detox Salad – The sweet potatoes and lentils in this salad are sure to keep you feeling satisfied while providing antioxidants and minerals.

Roasted Butternut Squash Dip – Snacks are included in a detox as long as they move you toward your goal. This dip is made with roasted butternut squash.

Cranberry Pear Ginger Smoothie – Here’s a detox smoothie that will perk up your taste buds with the sweet taste of pear and the tart taste of cranberries.

Detox Pear Bok Choy Soup – Relax with a bowl of this detox soup and you’ll be getting fiber from both pears and bok choy, as well as intense flavor.

December Detox Salad – Any month is a good time to detox, but this salad is designed for the cold, dry winters using foods that are in season.

Rooted Detox Juice – Get back to your roots with this detox juice made from root vegetables like beets and carrots with some fruit too.

Detox Cleanse Salad – You’ll feel refreshed after eating this detox salad, which features a mix of vegetables and fruits that all help you cleanse.

Heirloom Tomato Salad – This beautiful salad is not only pleasing to the eye but includes tomatoes, cherries, and mango for tons of vitamins and antioxidants.

Detox Salad with Kale, Quinoa, Apples & Grapefruit – There’s a range of flavors in this detox salad, including sour grapefruit, sweet apples, and the combination of kale and quinoa.

Detox Green Smoothie – Green smoothies are great for a detox as long as you prepare them right, and this recipe is a perfect example of how it’s done.

Detox Fruit and Veggie “Rice” Bowl – No rice is used in this rice bowl with fruits and vegetables, Cauliflower gets the call as an excellent white rice substitute.

Beet and Carrot Salad – It’s all about combining detox superfoods in the right amounts so you actually look forward to your next meal.

Clean and Green Detox Juice – Drink this clean and green detox juice and you’ll feel good knowing your body is getting vital minerals and vitamins.

Have questions about the detox diet or want to help others? Please ask anything or share your detox wisdom below!

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