The Nutrients

celery
Celery, a natural diuretic, is basically a U-Haul for toxins. It helps regulate body fluid, promotes healthy kidney function, and acts as an anti-inflammatory agent to reduce symptoms of arthritis and asthma.
cinnamon
Cinnamon, when not consumed solely via Fireball shots, help regulates blood sugar, enhances memory retention, reduces the bad cholesterol, and even acts as a natural food preservative.
apple
Apples are not only rich in Vitamin C but help to protect the body against oxidative stress and are even said to reduce the risk of neurodegenerative disease. An apple a day actually might keep that doctor away after all.
lemon
Lemon, like all citrus fruits, is a natural detoxifier that not only oxygenates the blood, but is packed with antioxidants, electrolytes, potassium, and magnesium.
limes
Limes are a key ingredient to long term beauty, as they promote weight loss, revitalize the skin and improve digestion. They also go nicely with tequila.
cayenne
Cayenne pepper increases your digestive temperature and kick starts your metabolism. It also stimulates the circulatory system, while aiding in digestion and regulating blood sugar. In short, it’s the overachiever of the spice cabinet.
beets
Beets are a crucial ingredient in the detox process, and are the most underrated agent to good health. They promote, repair and regenerate cell structure, especially in the liver (the body’s primary facility for detoxification).
carrots
Carrots have rich cardio-protective benefits, as well as antioxidant properties, and are said to have an inhibitory effect on cancerous cell growth, especially in the colon.
cashews
Cashews not only have less fat than other nuts, but are rich in copper which helps the body eliminate toxins and free radicals.
ginger
Ginger , though known as the sassy spice, helps to soothe the intestines, is rich in antioxidants, and inhibits inflammation- a must have ingredient in any detox.
spinach
Fresh greens like Spinach detox the liver and are an excellent source of insoluble fiber, the key to digestion and nutrient processing.
mango
Mangos are rich in beta carotene and are great for your complexion – they not only alkalize your body and unclog dull, lifeless skin, but are also rich in vitamin C.
strawberries
Strawberries are known for their powerful anti inflammatory properties and pack a one-two punch against stored fat. Not only are they high in fiber, but they promote blood flow and oxygen delivery to the body.
blueberries
Blueberries are a low glycemic fruit that help to regulate blood sugar. Blueberries are also regarded as a key ingredient to cognitive retention and are rich in cancer preventing flavonoids.
pineapple
Pineapples are rich in antioxidants, which help defend the body against free radicals. Pineapples are also known to decrease inflammation, strengthen the bones, and protect against the common cold with an abundance of Vitamin C per serving.
goji
Goji Berries are the most nutritionally dense food in the whole. entire. world (seriously). Though seemingly humble, these little berries contain all of the amino acids, have the highest protein concentration of any fruit, and have 15 times more iron than spinach.
bananas
Bananas boast a high level of B6, which helps with the production of white blood cells and protects against diabetes. Banana’s also produce digestive enzymes that assist in absorbing the nutrients your body craves.
pollen
Bee pollen is another antioxidant-rich ingredient that protects the body against free radicals. It is also a great source of protein and is a powerful supplement in the fight against seasonal allergies.
maca

Maca powder eliminates fatigue and increases stamina, while balancing your mood, enhancing your work out, and clearing your complexion. If it were single, we’d date it.
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