10 Detox Recipes You Need in Your Life (Because January)

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10 Detox Recipes You Need in Your Life (Because January)
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The word detox definitely gets confused with cleanses—the super-restrictive stretches of time when you aren’t permitted to put anything in your body but juice, juice, and even more juice.

But truthfully, detoxing can have nothing to do with liquid diets, and instead can focus on rebooting your system by choosing to eat clean whole foods and easing up on things like sugar, alcohol, and caffeine. Basically the exact opposite of what you’ve been doing all December.

Here, we’ve found 10 detox recipes we believe in—from superfood-packed veggie bakes to sweet chocolate desserts (yes, we said chocolate) that are a breeze to make at home.

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  • 10 Detox Recipes You Need in Your Life (Because January)

    Beet and Carrot Detox Bake
    Beets regulate blood pressure; support digestion; and fight diseases, while carrots are packed with antioxidants; are rich in vitamins A, C, and K; and support a healthy nervous system.
    Get the recipe at Linda Wagner

  • 10 Detox Recipes You Need in Your Life (Because January)

    Southwestern Kale Power Salad with Sweet Potato, Quinoa & Avocado Sauce
    This salad packs a powerful punch thanks to its mix of massaged kale, quinoa, spicy sweet potatoes, black beans, a touch of  avocado sauce, feta, and pepitas.
    Get the recipe at Cookie and Kate

  • 10 Detox Recipes You Need in Your Life (Because January)

    Cleansing Detox Soup
    An oil-free concoction packed with immune-boosting remedies like fresh lemon juice, fresh ginger, turmeric, balancing cinnamon, and spicy cayenne, as well as detoxifying vegetables and leafy greens like kale, broccoli, celery, and carrots.
    Get the recipe at The Glowing Fridge

  • 10 Detox Recipes You Need in Your Life (Because January)

    Glowing Skin Salad
    This colorful salad incorporates fresh greens (spinach, kale, rocket, chard, or romaine) with peaches, carrots, onion, mint, avocado, and seeds, and is finished with a lemon-lime-mustard dressing.
    Get the recipe at Detox DIY

  • 10 Detox Recipes You Need in Your Life (Because January)

    Blueberry Coconut Steel-Cut Oatmeal
    A baked oatmeal recipe (make it the night before!) that's both vegan and gluten free.
    Get the recipe at Marla Meridith

  • 10 Detox Recipes You Need in Your Life (Because January)

    Flawless Kale Chips
    By now, you know how good nutrient-dense kale is for you, but it can be hard to swallow raw. Try these crispy baked kale chips that include coconut oil, cayenne pepper, and other spices.
    Get the recipe at Oh She Glows

  • 10 Detox Recipes You Need in Your Life (Because January)

    Warm Roasted Greens Winter Salad Bowl
    A hearty dinner "salad" that fills you up and includes quinoa, potato, green beans, garlic, kale, onion, avocado, and pepita seeds.
    Get the recipe at Oh She Glows

    Get the recipe at Oh She Glows

  • 10 Detox Recipes You Need in Your Life (Because January)

    Kung Pao Brussels Sprouts 
    Liven up your average sprouts—which are packed with vitamins C and K, folate, fiber, and potassiumwith Asian-style ingredients including tamari, honey, rice vinegar, scallions, and sesame oil, and sriracha.
    Get the recipe at Cookie and Kate

  • 10 Detox Recipes You Need in Your Life (Because January)

    Dark Chocolate Detox Bites
    This treat is minimally processed and includes dark chocolate (75 percent cacao or higher), as well as an assortment of superfoods like dried blueberries, cranberries, goji berries, figs, pineapple, mango, and papaya, as well as walnuts, pistachios, almonds, hemp seeds, and pepitas.
    Get the recipe at The View From Great Island

  • 10 Detox Recipes You Need in Your Life (Because January)

    Probiotic Beet and Red Cabbage Sauerkraut
    This tangy kraut provides probiotics to help digestion and get rid of toxins. Add it to sandwiches, salads, or snack on it plain.
    Get the recipe at Detox DIY

     

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Beet and Carrot Detox Bake
Beets regulate blood pressure; support digestion; and fight diseases, while carrots are packed with antioxidants; are rich in vitamins A, C, and K; and support a healthy nervous system.
Get the recipe at Linda Wagner

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