Green Tea Detox Water Recipes for Cleansing, Detox and
Infographic from The Indian Spot
Adequate hydration at all times is thought to be critical to good health. Drinking plenty of clean water throughout the day also helps your body's own internal detoxification system eliminate metabolic waste, toxins and other harmful compounds from the body.
Health and wellness experts often recommend drinking "detox water" during a body detoxification or cleansing program. Detox water is also commonly recommended as an important weight loss tool as well as a natural remedy in many traditional and holistic healing protocols.
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Detox water is usually nothing more than pure water infused with various fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices and other beneficial ingredients that contain vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals.
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Green tea has a long history of being used in detoxification, cleansing and as a natural remedy to prevent and treat many different kinds of illnesses and chronic conditions.
Green tea is rich in vitamins, minerals, and certain phytochemicals including catechins, a type of flavonoid that is thought to be a potent antioxidant.
Growing scientific research suggests that green tea consumption may have many health benefits including helping to release fat, lose weight, prevent weight gain, protect the brain, and lower the risk for certain cancers and chronic diseases including diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Green Tea Detox Water - Infographic
Given the beneficial properties of green tea, it only makes sense that detox water made with green tea would give extra health benefits.
This infographic from The Indian Spot illustrates four delicious, simple green tea detox water recipes. To learn more, please visit Green Tea Detox Water Recipes for Cleansing and Weight Loss - The Indian Spot.
Other Simple Detox Strategies
Simple and inexpensive at-home strategies include increasing movement and exercise, consuming more fruits and vegetables, incorporating certain spices, dried as well as fresh culinary herbs into dishes, avoiding processed and prepared foods, ensuring adequate hydration by drinking plenty of clean water, deep breathing exercises and getting adequate sleep. Meditation and yoga are also often recommended to manage stress levels.