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How can I get rid of toxins?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)
To get rid of toxins in your body:
  • Toss the junk. Detox your pantry so that you can detox your body. From snack foods to frozen dinners, make sure they find their way to the trash can.
  • Start each day by drinking a glass of warm water; this helps digestive juices of the stomach gain strength and eliminate waste from the body.
  • Eat only whole foods like whole grains, fruits, seeds, nuts, veggies and organic dairy. Say no to processed foods.
  • Ditch the leftovers. Foods lose nutrients over time; heating and reheating food also affects the quality of your food. Only eat food while it’s fresh.
  • Drink chamomile to reduce cravings. A study showed the chamomile even helped smokers that were trying to quit.

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