Usually, some consumers in the West may adopt a so-called “detox diet” after Christmas to counter the natural toxins in the body. In fact, this diet may have more harm to the body than the benefits.
The liver is the body's natural filtration system that converts toxins into waste and provides some of the most important proteins to the body. But many detox/clean diets encourage people to reduce their intake of meat and dairy products, which are key nutrients for the liver to function. From a scientific point of view, the liver is the key to metabolic detoxification. The system relies on adequate nutrients, phytonutrients, antioxidants and proteins. These pathways in the liver convert chemicals, hormones and toxins into water-soluble metabolites that can then be excreted through the gut, kidneys and skin. Many cleansing diets lack protein, which inhibits the body's ability to eliminate toxins through phase II binding.
The human body has a variety of essential amino acids. The best source of protein is methionine, which helps our body produce glutathione. This important antioxidant can prevent free radical damage. For vegetarians and vegans, soy, buckwheat, and buckwheat are plant-based foods that contain nine essential amino acids, making them a complete source of protein, but studies have shown that plant-based foods contain anti-nutritional factors. It is defined as a dietary ingredient that reduces or inhibits the use of specific nutrients in food. Eating only good quality protein, drinking more water and increasing exercise have a health benefit than any juice diet or detox product on the market.