We love to kick-start our daily detox with a warm and cleansing soup. By choosing detoxifying ingredients like the ones featured in our Daily Detox Soup, you’ll treat your body to a meal that:
- Supports detoxification
- Helps hydrate your body
- Replenishes your body with essential vitamins and minerals
Not to mention, it’s delicious!
Here are some Daily Detox Soup ingredients that promote beauty from the inside out:
Virgin Organic Coconut Oil
Ideal for a cleanse, coconut oil is comprised largely of fast-burning, medium-chain fatty acids – an excellent energy source for detoxing.
Onions are rich in antioxidants and vitamins A, C, and E and are great for helping impart a healthy glow to your skin.
A true wonder food, garlic is rich in nutrients and low in calories. It doesn’t get any better than that!
Carrots are a powerhouse root vegetable containing rich amounts of skin-loving vitamins A, C, E, B6 and K.
Hydrating and incredibly alkalizing, all parts of celery are packed with health-promoting vitamins and minerals.
Green beans are a great source of fiber, vitamins C and K, and skin-loving phytochemicals!
Tomatoes provide lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that is linked to promoting skin health.
Black Soy Beans
These low-carb, high-protein beans are a great source of cleansing fiber.
Parsley is a high-chlorophyll plant that acts as a potent aid in detoxification. Yes, please!
The acidic qualities of lemon juice help to break down food and enhance digestion – key for a detox!
Black pepper stimulates the taste buds and alerts the stomach to increase hydrochloric acid secretion to improve digestion.
For an easy, everyday detox, try this soup 1-2 times per week.
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