Walking The Walk – A Weeklong Detox

Walking The Walk - A Weeklong Detox

The road to a healthier body and mind is full of detours. So, if you’re looking for a natural way to cleanse your body and feel great, this weeklong detox will help you make it happen. We’ve mapped out six simple steps that’ll make detoxing easy—and tasty!

Tip #1: Start your day off with herbal teas.

The first thing you can do to start your detox journey is to drink herbal teas. Herbal teas are caffeine-free, so they will not cause any of the sleeplessness or jitters that come with coffee. The herbs in herbal teas have been used for centuries, and their health benefits have been long known. They’re great for helping with digestion, immunity, and even mental health!

Tip #2: Eat balanced meals.

The second tip is to eat balanced meals. A well-balanced meal will have an equal portion of protein, carbs, and fat. Protein helps you feel full and satisfied, while carbs give you energy throughout the day as well as help your body build muscle mass. Carbs are also suitable for keeping you hydrated, which is essential for your skin health!

Tip #3: Eat a rainbow of foods.

The more colorful your plate is, the better! Try to eat foods from at least three different color groups every day. This will ensure that you’re getting all of the nutrients you need for good health and beautiful skin.

Tip #4: Detox your lunch.

You can detox your lunch by adding some fiber, which will help you feel full and satisfied. Try adding whole-wheat bread, brown rice, or quinoa instead of white versions; leafy greens like spinach or kale; beans (black beans, garbanzo beans), lentils, or split peas.

Tip #5: Drink up!

The most important thing you can do for your body stays hydrated. That means drinking 1-2 liters of water daily, plain and simple. The next step is to add some detoxifying ingredients like lemon juice or tea (green, red, black). If you’re feeling ambitious, some delicious smoothies and juices are bursting with antioxidants and vitamins. Finally, if all else fails, try a cup of detox coffee or tea on your way to work!

Tip #6: Go nuts.

Nuts are a great source of protein and healthy fats, so it’s essential to include them in your diet during detox. They can be used to make nut butter which is excellent for you, or eaten raw as a snack.

You can get nuts in all sorts of flavors (if you’re feeling adventurous).


In the end, it’s important to remember that you can detox your body without having to go all-in on a juice cleanse or a week-long cleanse. The best thing about this lifestyle is that it’s flexible enough to work it into your life however it works for you. You don’t have to give up coffee or alcohol completely if those things are essential parts of your day—keep them in moderation! If anything, we hope these tips will help motivate you to make some changes and try something new. After all, what have you got to lose but some unwanted pounds (and maybe even some extra cash)?!

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