Detox with Spices

Spices add such flavor and variety to the foods we eat, but did you know that some spices have naturally cleansing qualities that aid us in detoxing?  Here are some top choices (many of which you probably already have in your spice cabinet). Add these to your meals for an extra detox boost:

Ginger – Ginger is a digestive tonic that helps the body fight infection. It is an antioxidant with both antiviral and anti-cancer properties.  Add fresh ginger root to your stir fry, or sprinkle a bit of powdered ginger on your fruit salads. Drinking ginger tea is a wonderful way to end any meal.

Turmeric – Found in curry mixtures, turmeric helps to cleanse the liver of toxins and inhibits the growth of cancer cells. It helps the body to digest proteins, as well as aids in the digestion of complex carbohydrates when mixed with coriander and cumin. You can create glowing skin with turmeric. Say yes to curried dishes!

Rosemary – Add this spice to soups and potato dishes for its powerful cleansing capabilities.  As well, you will notice the energy it gives you as it oxygenates the body and improves circulation.

Cinnamon – Top off your tea latte and smoothies with a bit of cinnamon to heat up the digestive fires. Cinnamon has powerful antioxidant properties and fights infection as an antifungal and antibacterial source.

Cayenne Pepper – A little cayenne pepper can go a long way in stimulating warmth, improving circulation, aiding digestion and cleansing the large intestine. Sprinkle a small amount in your hot chocolate for an exotic delight, as well as a bit of a boost to your metabolism.

Garlic – Garlic has antibiotic and antifungal properties, which aid in keeping the body free from infection. It supports intestinal flora which benefits the digestive tract, keeping the digestive system clean and clear of infection. Garlic is easily incorporated in almost any savory dish.

Parsley – Parsley is rich in nutrients and antioxidants. It is commonly used in antiseptic remedies, helping to clean and clear the kidneys of toxins. There is a reason for that parsley sprig on your plate, and it more than just a decoration. Chew on a bit of parsley after your meals and reap the benefits!

For more ideas on how to incorporate healing spices into your daily routine, visit us at http://familyholistichealthsolutions.com.

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About angiechaudoir

I am dedicated to providing affordable alternative and/or complimentary services to align the body, mind and spirit to heal. Contact me at 1-800-493-8982 or info@familyholistichealthsolutions.com.
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