How to Detox Your Body Naturally at Home


Health detoxes are becoming more and more popular.  A detox for your health is a process that removes negative substances from your body.  These toxins can build up in your body,  and they come from the foods and drinks that you ingest.


Most people know that when they do a detox,  they are not actually physically removing toxins one by one,  but they are making themselves much healthier.  The goal of a detox is to gain more energy,  lose a little weight and feel more in control of your health.

There are often products on the market like juicing cleanses or detox kits that claim to give you the best detox,  but you can do this process naturally at home.


Here are the top 3 ways to detox your body at home.

processed foods to avoid

Get Rid of Processed Foods and Focus on Whole Foods

Most of the toxins in your body build up because you eat too many processed and packaged foods.  These contain high amounts of salt,  sugar and preservatives that harm your body.  Only whole foods can restore your health.

1. Throw out all your processed and packaged foods.

Go through your kitchen with a large trash bag,  and get rid of anything that isn’t “whole.”  This includes chips,  cookies,  candies,  ice cream,  frozen dinners,  soda,  etc.

2. Replace your food stock with whole foods.

These include all fruits and veggies in their whole form,  eggs,  non-processed meats like turkey and chicken breast and fish,  whole grain breads and pure-squeezed juice (not store-bought juice).  You can also have things like nuts,  whole grain rice and beans in moderation.

Drink Water

The organs that you are really detoxing in your body are your liver and your kidneys.  These are your body’s filtration system,  so it makes sense that they need a lot of water.

1. Aim to drink half your weight in ounces of water each day.

2. Get a water filter for the tap in your kitchen.

This will improve the quality of your water and get rid of impurities.


Exercising makes you sweat,  and it also improves your overall health,  mentality and energy levels.

1. Try to do 30 minutes of cardio every day.  You can run,  swim,  power walk,  bike or play a sport.

2. Make sure you sweat.

If you don’t sweat,  you aren’t burning enough calories,  and you aren’t allowing the toxins from your body to be released through your sweat.  Work hard,  and it will pay off.