Once you’ve listened to the symptoms your body is using to tell you it needs some detoxification, it’s time to change your diet to include foods that support it.

The goal of a clinically-directed detoxification plan is to provide nutritional support for the pathways involved in the processing and elimination of toxins. This results in improved symptoms and an increased sense of overall wellbeing. A boost in energy, clarity of mind, reduced pain and inflammation, better sleep, and even weight loss, are the top improvements.

We’re here if you want help with your detox program. To begin changing your eating habits now, follow these guidelines.

What Not To Eat For Detox

Avoid these significant food triggers that cause inflammation:

  • egg
  • gluten
  • soy
  • corn
  • peanuts

Additionally, a beneficial part of a detox plan is to build awareness of personal food triggers so you can reduce your immune responses to foods.

Clean Eating Is Important

When you do your detox, place a strong emphasis on clean eating — reducing food contact with plastics, and eating organic and free-range whenever possible.

Therapeutic Foods For Detoxification

There are specific foods that support organs in the elimination of toxins. Taurine, Methionine, and Glycine are just a few amino acids that are huge in detoxification, and therefore high-quality protein is essential for efficiency and effectiveness.

Therapeutic Proteins include:

  • Free-range and grass-fed beef, chicken, turkey
  • Wild-caught fish, including anchovy, herring, mackerel, rainbow trout, salmon, s