Apples Contain vitamin E, which improves endurance and stamina of muscles and nerves, and protects the respiratory system from toxins. Also a good source of vitamins A and C, biotin, folic acid and quercetin, an antioxidant that helps lower fat and cholesterol.
Beetroot Reputed to be one of the best liver cleansing vegetables, it also helps nourish the nervous system and brain with manganese, magnesium and folate.
Broccoli Is high in folate and vitamins A and C, as well as calcium and phosphorous, which help build and maintain strong bones. It also helps stimulate the liver.
Cabbage High in vitamin C and calcium. An excellent source of chlorine and sulphur, which expel waste and cleans the blood.
Carrots Packed with nutrients including vitamins A and C; believed to cleanse, nourish and stimulate the body, particularly the liver, kidneys and digestive system.
Celery A recognised diuretic and laxative, and the richest vegetable source of sodium with more than 120mg per 100 grams.
Cherries Food for the blood with iron, copper and manganese, plus vitamins A and C. They help remove toxins from the kidneys, live and digestive system.
Chickpeas A good source of fibre and calcium for healthy bones, phosphorous for healthy kidneys and nerves, and potassium, which nourishes muscles.
Cucumber Contains high levels of vitamin E, essential for healthy heart muscles, and iodine for healthy hair, skin, nails and teeth. Helps prevent water retention. Ginger Cleans, stimulates and rejuvenates the digestive system.
Grapes Contain high levels of manganese, the ‘memory mineral’ which nourishes the nervous system, helps maintain sex hormone production and assists in the formation of healthy red bloods cells. A good source of silicon, which helps circulation, prevents nervous exhaustion and is essential for healthy skin, hair and teeth.
Lemons An excellent source of phosphorous, requied for the repair and healthy functioning of the nervous system. Also a good source of sodium, which assists in proper elimination of waste and cleansing of the lymphatic systim, and helps stimulate the liver and gallbladder.
Melons High in sodium to help clense the kidneys. Also contain a host of other minerals including calcium, phosphorous, potassoim, iron and zinc, as well as vitamins A and C.
Onions A good source of silicon, which can promote better blood circulation and prevent nervous and mental fatigue. Also contain potent antiviral and antibacterial nutrients.
Oranges Loaded with vitamin C. Also contain calcium and phosphorous, which combined, help protect the body from infections and viruses.
Papaya One of the richest sources of the enzyme papain, which is essential to protein digestion. Also an excellent source of vitamins A and C.
Parsley Stimulates the kidneys to eliminate toxic waste.
Peaches A good source of vitamin A, important for healthy skin, good eyesight and protection from the effects of stress and environmental toxins. Vitamin A also protects the lung and respiratory tract from infection.
Pears Contain cleaning minerals including potassium, sodium, iron calcium, magnesium and manganese. Also contain sodium, which is required regularly for proper elimination of carbon dioxide in the lungs.
Pineapples Contain bromelain, which has anti-inflammatory properties and helps the body digest protein.
Strawberries Contain ellagic acid that may have anti-carcinogenic effects. Contain 1 and a half times as much vitamin C as most citrus fruits and are also a good source of iron.
Tomatoes Contain chlorine, an acid mineral that stimulates the liver to filter out waste products. Helps with the production of gastric juices, maintenance of correct fluid levels and reduction of excess fat.