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Natural drinks to detoxify the liver and lose weight

Updated on March 4, 2016

Detoxify the liver has become a key issue for all people seeking to improve their lifestyle habits in order to lose weight.

It has already been shown that precisely this organ is the one most affected by the waste and excess fat from processed foods and fast food.

The main problem is that these elements affect its function, which participates in the purification of the body, since it filters out the toxins in the blood and facilitates the digestion of fats.

For this reason, it is essential to promote liver cleansing through the intake of certain foods and drinks that provide the nutrients needed to work optimally.

Detoxify the liver, it is also essential to prevent many diseases, improve digestive function and activate metabolism.

Below we present four natural drinks to be taken to purify the liver and complete a slimming diet. Do not hesitate to try them!
1. Drink to base of turmeric and ginger
This natural drink has a concentration of essential nutrients that allow the detoxification of the liver and prevent the appearance of stones in the bladder, as well as clean the intestines.

It also gives relief indigestion and helps to reduce the inflammation to get a flat stomach.

½ teaspoon of turmeric (2.5 g)
1 teaspoon ground ginger (5g)
½ lemon
1 cup water (250 ml)


Put a cup of water to boil and, come to a boil, add the remaining ingredients; let stand for two minutes.
Cover the drink for 10 minutes, strain and serve.

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Drink it on an empty stomach, waiting at least 30 minutes before breakfast.
Treatment should have a minimum duration of two weeks.

2. Blender apple and dandelion

The purifying properties of dandelion combined with fibers made from apple are ideal to obtain adequate liver cleaning.

For best results, you can join this ginger smoothie, garlic and onion, whose antioxidant compounds improve the overall health of the organism.

6 fresh dandelion leaves
1 apple
1 clove garlic
1 teaspoon grated ginger (5g)
½ onion slice.


Wash the leaves of dandelion and cut the apple.
Unite all in the blender and turn it on for a few minutes until you have a smooth smoothie.

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Drink it on an empty stomach, for only a week, without exceeding.
You can repeat this every three months.


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