Post-Spring Break Detox Tips

Did you have a crazy time over spring break, or just need a refresh as you get back into your routine post-vacation? Here are a few detox tips that will help you feel revitalized and ready to take on the day:

  • Choose fresh-pressed green juices
    • Green leafy vegetables are what most people need more of in their diet, so drinking juices made with green veggies is a quick and easy way to get them in.
    • Green juices boost your daily vitamin and mineral intake which recharges your body and gives you a great burst of energy.
    • Cold-pressed juice retains more of the nourishing vitamins so you’re getting the biggest bang for your buck!
  • Add turmeric
    • Turmeric is used around the world for its detox and anti-inflammatory properties.
    • Add turmeric by cooking with whole turmeric or ground turmeric spice, add a supplement or try it in a drink like Golden Milk.
    • We love the KeVita Cleansing Probiotic Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic in Turmeric Ginger flavor—Probiotics and Apple Cider Vinegar are also powerful tools in supporting elimination of toxins from the body.

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  • Add chia
    • Chia seeds are jam-packed with fiber, calcium, iron, phosphorous and antioxidants.
    • Chia seeds are able to hold up to 12 times their weight in water and when soaked in water so they are super hydrating.
    • They also provide a healthy dose of fiber and healthy omega-3 fats which help you feel your best.
    • Blend chia in your smoothie, add it to your oatmeal or yogurt, or try it in a drink like Mammachia.Chia
  • Eat Right
    • Eating a diet filled with fresh, minimally processed foods is one of the fastest and most important ways to continually flush toxins out of your system and maximize your health. Avoid processed food that has artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, extra salt and hydrogenated fats.
    • Fill your plate with plants: Eat a rainbow of different-colored plants—including whole grains and beans—to provide your body with a wide variety of nutrients.
    • Try out some of our new salads on the platter bar in Whole Foods Market… These recipes are created with your health and celebrate the best produce of the season.Three Pea