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Our natural detox tips help you feel good about your body

Servanne Herbreteau

The festive season is already over, and it's time to welcome the new year. Like the black fox, you have no doubt enjoyed plenty of good cheer and good food, so let's give our bodies, and especially our digestive organs, a little rest after our over-indulgences in fatty foods, sugar and alcohol.  The black fox has found some tips to help you rebalance and clean up your diet.  

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Some simple tips from Blackfox

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Focus on fruits and vegetables :

After the holidays, it is advisable to eat little and light to facilitate digestion and elimination (focus on fruits and vegetables and white or well-cooked meat). Steam, stew, or cook your vegetables 'en papillote': these cooking methods preserve all the nutrients, vitamins and minerals. 

Keep yourself well hydrated: 

Good hydration is the secret to getting rid of all the post-holiday excess quickly, so don't hesitate to drink at least 1.5 litres of water a day.  

Blackfox tip : starting your day with warm water and lemon juice helps digestion and bile production in the liver.  Green tea can be your best friend, too! Rich in antioxidants, it helps eliminate toxins and water retention. Green tea is also beneficial for your stomach and your complexion.

Our top 5 detoxifying foods

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1. Cider vinegar

Cider vinegar has an antibacterial effect and can help reduce bloating.

 2. Garlic :

Garlic is rich in allicin and selenium; these molecules help the liver's enzymes to protect and clean it quickly. What's more, the amino acids and proteins contained in garlic promote digestion and support liver health. 

 3. Lemon :

Lemon is one of the most effective foods for a quick and effective detoxification cure! This citrus fruit will stimulate your kidneys, helping you eliminate toxins quickly.  

 4. Cabbage, broccoli, leek and fennel :

These are the most kidney-draining vegetables. And cabbage, which is rich in sulphur, will help your liver get rid of the toxins it has accumulated. 

 5. Avocado :

If you have been drinking too much, avocado is the food to eat! It promotes the elimination of alcohol-related toxins by making them soluble in water. It is also a valuable friend to your kidneys, helping them eliminate the toxins they contain. 

For 4 people, you need :  

  •  1  small cauliflower
  • 200 ml of coconut milk
  • 1 tablespoon of olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon of tomato paste
  • 500 g pumpkin
  • 3 cloves of garlic
  • 1 onion
  • A few sprigs of coriander
  • 1 teaspoon of curry powder
  • Salt and pepper
Allow 20 mins of preparation and 20 mins of cooking time.

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Preparing the dish :  

1.  Let's begin by separating the cauliflower into small pieces and washing them. Peel, seed and cut the pumpkin into small cubes. Then steam it for 5 minutes.

2. In the meantime, we peel, degerm and mince the garlic cloves and onion. Then fry them in a casserole dish with olive oil for 5 minutes.

3. Add the curry powder, drained vegetables, coconut milk, tomato paste and a glass of water. Add salt and pepper to taste and cook over low heat for 15 minutes.

4. Finally, sprinkle the chopped coriander over it when it is cooked. Mix it well and serve immediately

Following a detoxifying treatment for a few days (2 to 10 days are enough) will eliminate the toxins and the calories accumulated at the end of the year more easily.  

 We also recommend regular sports activities to keep fit and clear the mind. Walking and stretching for about 20 minutes a day is enough to aid digestion. Finally, don't neglect sleep, which is still an essential factor in our physical and mental health.    

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