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Top 10 Body Cleansing Fruits

Updated on January 11, 2017

Fruits are the most simplest and natural form for detoxifying the body as it contains so many of the essential vitamins we need every day.

Here are some of the top types of fruit for body cleansing:


Give yourself a serious antioxidant boost! Pomegranates help enhance the immune system and fight disease as well reduce inflammation in the digestive tract. Studies have shown that consuming a certain amount of pomegranate juice daily helps stabilize blood pressure, fight prostate cancer and lower the risk of heart disease.


An excellent liver and intestinal detoxifier and it is also known to break down fat cells. Grapefruit contains vitamin C which boosts the metabolism and strengthens the immune system. It also fights against gum disease, reduces stress and protects against cancer.


Are antibacterial and cleanse your body from harmful bacteria and viruses that may be lingering in your urinary tract. Consuming cranberries can improve immune function, decrease blood pressure and are beneficial in slowing tumor progression.


Contains great cleansing and nourishing properties. Figs cleanses the kidney and bladder and also prevents development of toxic urine. They are high in fibre and neutralize free radicals in your body and fight disease.


Loaded with vitamin C, kiwi deepens the cleansing process and boosts the immune system. Kiwi can help treat asthma, aid digestion and reduce the risk of other health conditions such as cancer.


Contains a high level of antioxidants and helps to prevent infections by blocking bacteria in the urinary tract. It is known for its ability to reduce DNA damage which help protect against ageing and cancer.


High in vitamin C and is great to use for flushing out toxins from your body. Lemons are also good for soothing sore throats, support weight loss, aid digestion and balance the body’s PH levels.

Goji Berries

Contains an excessive amount of vitamin C and beta-carotene which aids waste removal and improves liver performance. It helps boost the immune system and flu protection as well as maintaining blood sugar.


Packed with antioxidants and with regular consumption can decrease the risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease and overall lower weight. Watermelons is also beneficial for promoting a healthy complexion and increased energy.


Holds a digestive enzyme such as bromelain which cleanses the colon and improves digestion. Because of the high antioxidant properties, it has been shown to improve fertility, therefore, they are recommended for those trying to conceive. Pineapples are also good for healing and inflammation and overall heart health.

Which of the following fruits would you prefer for cleansing your body?

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    • SMckie profile imageAUTHOR


      21 months ago from South Africa

      Good tip! Thank you. I find that a lot of the time I tend to consume food first and then fruit afterwards, or I won't even get the chance to eat fruit because I would feel full but I never thought to do it vice versa.

      And it just so happens to be that pomegranates are my favourite fruit! Thank you for sharing.

    • Chuck Bluestein profile image

      Chuck Bluestein 

      21 months ago from Morristown, AZ, USA

      I found this hub from a link on my hub about eating raw food. What makes fruit the purest food and good for detoxing is that other foods take a few hours to digest in the stomach. Whereas fruits are pre-digested and pass through the stomach in about 15 minutes. That is why it is good to eat fruit first and wait 15 minutes.

      Also recent research shows that the juice of pomegranates can clean out the plaque in arteries that cause heart attacks and strokes.

    • SMckie profile imageAUTHOR


      21 months ago from South Africa

      I am glad to know that you could relate to this hub. Thank you for your feedback.

    • ChitrangadaSharan profile image

      Chitrangada Sharan 

      21 months ago from New Delhi, India

      Great hub and very well presented!

      All these fruits are my favourite and I am glad I am eating most of them quite frequently. Though pineapple is my all time favourite.

      Beautiful pictures to complement your hub.

      Thanks for sharing this useful information!


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