How to Make the Perfect Detox Spring Salad

spring salad

Making the Perfect Detox Salad is not HARD!

I have to tell you something and I am being serious about this one. Too often people think eating clean or detoxing is hard. Eating clean is defined as eating foods in their most natural state. When a client asks me about detox and tells me they cannot do it because it is too hard, then I show them how to make a simple salad.

Making a detox salad is so easy. I take 2 cups of my favorite mixed greens, then I add my favorite berries, chopped vegetables, some superfoods such as goji berries and some fat because we need fat to lose fat. 

You can add a clean protein such as fish, chicken, egg or go totally vegetarian and add some nutritional yeast for a boost of protein and have a divine detox salad that looks like this…

RW salad with goji berries and apricots and berries

Remember, detoxing is really about eating clean. We want to detox our body to lose weight, unclog the pipes, awaken our senses, improve digestion and renew our cells with each season. Make sure you add foods such as berries to your salad or consume them as snack because they are the perfect cleansing food for the spring season plus they are loaded with antioxidants.

Just in case you are a recipe kind of person, then check this one out!

Detox In Style with Sweetness & Sexiness

serves 2 

2 cups spinach

1 lemon, juiced

Sea Salt

Freshly ground black pepper

1 apple, diced small

1/8 cup pumpkin seeds

¼ cup fresh berries of choice

2 tbsp parsley

¼ cup diced red onion

Goji Berries for topping

In large serving bowl, add the spinach, half of lemon juice, a drizzle one of your dressings and add a little sea salt. Massage until the spinach starts to soften and wilt, 2 to 3 minutes. Then top with pumpkin seeds, goji berries, onions & parsley.

 

Have fun enjoying this divine detox salad!

xoxox,

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