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Top 10 Homemade Detoxification Drinks That You Must Try

Detoxification is the process of removing toxins from our body to clean up the internal organs. The trend of detox drinks has become highly popular in today’s fitness regime. People are obsessed with different drinks that help in detoxification and weight loss.

Though no drink can alone aid in weight loss, having them with a balanced diet and a proper workout can provide beneficial results in the long run. Detox drinks are getting recognition because of its ability to remove toxins from our body. Toxins have to be removed, or else you’ll face problems like digestive issues, gas, bloating, fatigue, nausea, and skin problems.

In this article, you’ll get to know about some of the amazing DIY health drinks that you can easily prepare at home.

Orange Carrot Ginger Detox Drink

This is one of the best detox drinks that aid in digestion and weight loss. Orange is packed with Vitamin C. Carrots have a high amount of fibres and beta-carotene that aids in weight loss. Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties that aid in digestion and prevents bloating.

Lemon Honey Drink

The Lemon honey drink is considered an effective anti-cellulite treatment and is a part of a fitness regime for many. A teaspoon of honey with lemon and warm water in an empty stomach can fetch you the best results as it increases your metabolic rate.

Cucumber Mint Detox Drink

Mint has cooling properties that reduce irritation in the stomach. It also aids in the digestion process. Cucumber has a high level of antioxidant which, when combined with the goodness of mint, can produce appealing results.

Jeera lemon Water 

Soak cumin seeds in water overnight. Boil this water along with the seeds and allow it to come to room temperature. Mix lemon juice and have this drink early in the morning on an empty stomach. This helps in better digestion, and weight loss can happen only when the food is properly digested.

Carom Seed Water

Carom seeds, also known as Ajwain, help a lot in improving the digestive system and upping the metabolic rate. Boil Ajwain and water for 15 minutes and drink it warm.

Fruit Infused Tea

This is one of the latest detox drinks that is receiving greater recognition in modern fitness regimes. A delicate blend of tea consisting of orange, ginger, blueberry, mint, and chamomile tea can help in cleansing the internal organs and make your body toxin-free.

Haldi Tea/Turmeric Tea 

Loaded with the goodness of anti-cancer effects and antioxidants, Haldi tea is anti-inflammatory. It improves the functioning of the liver, thus enhancing the body immunity.

Coconut Water Infused with Mint and Lemon

Anyone who is looking forward to weight loss can try this drink. Coconut has bio-active enzymes that help in boosting metabolism. This super easy delight will eliminate toxins from your liver.

Honey Lemon Ginger Drink

Another beneficial and easy drink is the honey-lemon-ginger drink. All you need to do is boil water and ginger for 10 minutes. Strain the water, add lime juice and honey and drink it warm on an empty stomach.

Cinnamon Honey Detox Drink

The process is similar to the process by which you prepare the honey-ginger-lemon drink. Replace ginger with a cinnamon stick and boil the water for 10 minutes. Add a teaspoon of money and drink it warm.

So, once you feel the need to detoxify yourself, try the drinks mentioned above. Being homemade and having all the natural ingredients, these detox drinks have no side-effects.


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