Top 4 Recipes To Detox At HomeDo you detox at home for weight loss, or just to be healthy? There are several safe ways for natural detox at home. Here are the top 4 recipes to detox at home that I know will do wonders for you, if you stick to the schedule.

Hot Lemon Water

Drink a glass of hot water (don’t scald your tongue!) mixed with juice from half a lemon. No salt. No sugar. No honey. No additives. Drink this simple mix morning, noon and night to cleanse your body. This can be done DAILY. This is a very popular detox drink that aids weight loss.

Coriander Detox

Wash coriander leaves thoroughly and grind it with a small amount of water. You decide how thin or thick the drink is. Again, no salt, sugar, honey or any additives. Drink this first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach. This can be done WEEKLY.

Turmeric Ginger Drink

Boil 2 cups of water with half teaspoon of turmeric powder (haldi) and dry ginger powder (or half inch ginger root). Then simmer till the drink becomes about 1 cup – around 10 minutes or so. Strain this hot mix, and drink it. If you’re not too enthusiastic about the taste, you can add juice from half a lemon for some tanginess. If you crave sweetness, add half a spoon of honey. This is a good body detox at home, especially if you have a cold and sore throat. This can be done WEEKLY.

Cucumber Lemon Water

Stuff cucumber and few strips of lemon zest (peel of lemon) into a blender and blend well. Add green apples, if you have some in the kitchen. No additives. This can be done DAILY. It’s a cool relaxing drink you can have simply to de-stress as well.

These top 4 recipes to detox at home are basically simple detox drink recipes that may take 5 minutes, or less, time to make. Keep in mind to take these drinks only if you’re healthy enough to try detox at home. Whatever your reasons might be to try detox – take time to listen to your body and then take action. If none of these detox drink recipes agree with you, don’t force feed yourself.

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