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5 favorite foods after (many) Christmas meals

5 favorite foods after (many) Christmas meals

The green vegetables. Do not make a pout of disappointment, you knew they would be part of it, you will not be able to cut it. After the excesses of turkey, foie gras, chestnuts, log, macaroons and countless glasses of champagne, the passage through the green vegetables box is essential because they have antioxidant virtues incomparable. Zucchini, green beans, spinach, broccoli, pepper, leeks or Brussels sprouts, they are eaten steamed with a spoon of turmeric and a little lemon.

green vegetables

Green tea. The key to a good detox is also a lot of hydration. Green tea is the one that helps the best to eliminate toxins and burn fat so we do not hesitate to drink several cups a day during the week following Christmas (especially that excesses resume on the 31 at night)?

Green tea

The lemon. It helps cleanse the kidneys and eliminate toxins accumulated in the body after an orgy of food. Best: Squeeze half a lemon into a cup of hot water and drink on an empty stomach every morning for a week. You will see that it will also have positive effects on your skin and your complexion (and then it is economical, as a detox trick).

The lemon

Cinnamon. Not the one in the gingerbread, no, just the one in powder (or grating stick for non-lazy ones), which helps to lower the blood sugar level. The trick: sprinkle a little in his coffee, on an apple or in a yoghurt.


The kiwi. Very rich in fiber, the kiwi is a super anti-fatigue food and also allows to evacuate toxins from alcohol (we all drank, do not pretend). If you are not very kiwi and you want to fill up on vitamin C, turn to oranges, eat in fresh squeezed juice or neighborhood, with a little cinnamon sprinkled on it. They also help the collagen production of the skin so it would be wrong to deprive themselves of their effect of one stone two blows …

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  1. Is it the same for Lipton green tea?

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