Leading medical herbalist Daniela Turley, founder of Urban Healing, notes that artichokes "stimulate the function of the liver so they are hepatoprotective
In Ayurveda, sipping warm lemon water in the morning helps jump-start your "agni," or your digestive fire—and that "heat" is thought to be purifying.
Ginger is an age-old treatment for digestive health. "The most pharmacologically active compound in ginger is called gingerol, which favorably impacts the gastrointestinal tract,"
Cucumbers are not only packed with a plethora of vitamins and nutrients, but they're made up of about 96% water, making them a great way to hydrate while snacking.
While you may consider dandelions a pesky weed (you're not wrong), they're also incredibly nutritious, with a long history in traditional herbal medicine.
Coffee-lovers rejoice! This beloved beverage is one of the best drinks for liver health. Numerous studies have shown that coffee can lower the risk of cirrhosis
Cordyceps, a genus of parasitic fungi, has been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat health ailments.
These earthy root vegetables (also known as beetroot) are packed with nutrients and fiber—one cup of raw beets has 3.8 grams of fiber!
Prickly pear, a type of edible cactus, is often used for its fruit juices—and may just be your next hangover cure!
Cruciferous veggies—like broccoli and Brussels sprouts—are two more detox-friendly foods to add to your plate.