Updated: Jan 7, 2020
1. Cut down sugar gradually down to nothing. Sweets, chocolate fizzy drinks.
Sugary drinks, candy, baked goods, and sweetened dairy are the main sources of added sugar. But even savory foods, like breads, tomato sauce, and protein bars, can have sugar, making it all too easy to end up with a surplus of the sweet stuff. To complicate it further, added sugars can be hard to spot on nutrition labels since they can be listed under a number of names, such as corn syrup, agave nectar, palm sugar, cane juice, or sucrose
2. Drink lots of water. Min 2 litres per day. Get that H²0 into you.
Water is known to be the best and the most natural hydrating liquid. It promotes cardiovascular health, keeps muscles and joints working, and helps cleanse toxins from your body. Staying hydrated also helps balance your blood sugar, helps relieve headaches, and promotes healthy skin
3. Cut down on caffeinated tea and coffee.
Drinking unfiltered coffee can increase total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, and levels of another type of blood fat called triglycerides. This might increase the risk of developing heart disease. Using coffee filters helps to reduce these effects on cholesterol.
4. Cut down or preferably cut alcohol out completely.
5. Have 1 cup green tea per day. Fantastic for detox. Can cause headache at first but this normal part of detox.
Green tea is the healthiest beverage on the planet. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body.