Cleanse Your Liver with These 4 Fruit and Vegetable Smoothies

Do you feel abnormally heavy? Do you have skin allergies? If you suffer from one of these symptoms or you have other reasons for suspecting bad liver function, make one of these smoothies. Help your liver detox naturally.
Cleanse Your Liver with These 4 Fruit and Vegetable Smoothies
Eliana Delgado Villanueva

Reviewed and approved by the nutritionist Eliana Delgado Villanueva.

Last update: 15 June, 2022

Your liver is one of the organs that filters toxins out of your blood. It does this so that it can get rid of them later.

Among other things, your liver helps with the digestion of fats, your metabolism, and other processes that are key to your health. That’s why it’s so important to cleanse your liver.

While its work helps you to detox, sometimes your liver can have abnormalities and problems that keep it from getting rid of toxins.

When this happens, the waste is stored in your tissues. This causes an increased risk of symptoms and diseases that reduce your quality of life.

Because of this, it’s important to encourage your liver’s natural detox process, improve your habits, and take remedies that give you the nutrients you need.

In this article, we want to share 4 fruit and vegetable smoothies that can help you to clean your liver.

Give them a try!

Beneficial smoothies for your liver

1. Grape and lemon smoothie

Cleanse your liver

This grape and lemon drink gives your body a large number of antioxidants. This list includes resveratrol, which protects your liver tissues from damage caused by toxins.

This drink also has cleansing and diuretic properties. Besides helping your liver, they also boost your kidney and intestinal functions.

Ingredients

  • ½ cup of grapes
  • 1 lemon, juiced
  • 2 cups of water

Instructions

  • Wash the grapes well and mix them in a blender with lemon juice. Then, blend them until you get a smooth drink.

How to drink it

  • Drink a cup of this smoothie for breakfast and then again in the afternoon.
  • Drink it every day for at least two weeks.

2. Celery, lemon, and parsley smoothie

The leafy greens that you put in this natural drink help to jump-start your liver. At the same time, they’re perfect for strengthening your immune system.

Ingredients

  • 3 celery stalks
  • 1 lemon, juiced
  • 4 parsley sprigs

Instructions

  • Wash the vegetables well and put them in the blender with the water and lemon juice.
  • Blend them all together for a few minutes until you get a smooth drink.

How to drink it

  • Drink the smoothie for breakfast for 2 or 3 weeks in a row.

3. Cranberry, beet, and lemon juice smoothie

Cranberry, beet, and lemon juice

This delicious juice stands out because of its significant amount of antioxidants, fiber, and essential minerals. After you digest them, they help both your liver and blood.

This juice is low in calories and helps you cleanse your liver. Plus, its slight alkaline effect reduces acid and prevents premature tissue wear.

Ingredients

  • ½ cup cranberries
  • 1 small beet
  • 1 lemon, juiced
  • 2 cups of water

Instructions

  • Wash the cranberries well, peel the beet, and juice the lemon.
  • Add all of the ingredients to your blender. Then, blend them with the water.
  • After getting a smooth liquid, add ice according to your tastes and serve it.

How to drink it

  • Drin a cup of juice for breakfast and again in the afternoon.
  • Drink it at least 3 times per week for a month.

Want to learn more? Read: Five New Medicinal Uses for Cranberries

4. Mango, banana, and lettuce smoothie

Mango, banana, and lettuce

Because of its strange combination of ingredients, this smoothie has a sweet taste. You’ll love it!

This juice has antioxidants, fiber, and other important nutrients. These are important for detoxifying your liver.

Ingredients

  • 1 ripe mango
  • 2 bananas
  • 5 lettuce leaves
  • 3 cups of water

Instructions

  • Peel the mango and the bananas. Then, cut them into several pieces to make them easier to blend.
  • Put the fruit in the blender with the lettuce and water. Then, blend them.
  • After you get a smooth juice, serve it.

How to drink it

  • Drink this juice before breakfast and again in the afternoon.
  • Drink it every day for at least a week.

Final recommendations

  • These smoothies and juices can encourage liver detoxification. However, it’s important that you complement their use with a healthy diet. Your diet should be low in fat, salt, and sugar.
  • Try to increase the amount of water you drink. You should get 6 to 8 glasses per day.
  • Take fast foods completely out of your diet. You should also do this with alcohol and any kind of processed food.
  • Follow a detox plan every 2 or 3 months to make sure you keep your liver in good condition.

Do you feel abnormally heavy? Do you have skin allergies? If you suffer from one of these symptoms or you have other reasons for suspecting bad liver function, make one of these smoothies. Help your liver detox naturally.



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