Ginger: This pungent spice improves body metabolism by flushing out toxins. It contains gingerols that are known to help in digestion and detoxification by speeding up the movement of food in the intestines. Add ginger to your morning tea, it is both tasty and even helps in treating sore throats.
Beetroot: This brightly coloured root vegetable is a good source of betacyanin and minerals like iron, zinc, magnesium and calcium. Rich in vitamins B3, B6 and C, and beta-carotene, beet is good for the liver and gallbladder.
Garlic: One of the most potent detoxifying agents, garlic protects your body against common colds and other viral infections apart from being a powerful antiseptic agent.
Broccoli: While you might not like to gorge in broccoli, it is one of the healthiest foods to consume while on a diet. Including it in your pasta recipe is a good way to introduce broccoli in your diet.
Cabbage: Rich in sulphur, which is known to be a cleansing agent, cabbage helps the body get rid of pesticides and other toxins. The veggie is largely composed of water and acts as a natural diuretic that expels excess fluids from the body.
Cinnamon: This spice contains good quantities of manganese that not only helps to manage symptoms of pre-menstrual stress but is also an effective detox agent. It helps the body process fatty acids and maintains blood sugar levels.