Almost all of us have been heavily exposed to toxic levels of heavy metals that over time can accumulate in your body and cause health issues and symptoms. Fortunately, there are some very simple things you can do right away to help your body to eliminate these toxic metals from your body so you can have the best health and energy possible.
In fact, this is such a common problem for my clients and readers that I wrote a blog post suggesting five ways to help your body begin to detoxify these metals which I recommend you first check out here for more information on this topic.
One of my absolute favorite, easiest and by far the most delicious way of helping your body detoxify heavy metals is to eat a lot of cilantro (or coriander for my fellow Aussies).
Cilantro is an incredible herb that is usually adored or detested for its taste. If you haven’t tried it before, start small! If you love it, you’ll soon be eating a bunch or more at a time like I do in salads, smoothies, juices, soups and more!
This wonderful fragrant herb is an incredibly effective tool to help remove heavy metals from the body and it’s completely natural and inexpensive too – bonus!
At the moment I am particularly focused on supporting my body to remove any heavy metals still stored within my tissues so I am enjoying adding a whole bunch of cilantro to my green juice every day. It tastes so wonderful and has so many health health benefits that today I am sharing this healing juice recipe for you to enjoy as you detoxify too!
Heavy Metal Detox Juice
- 2 cups pineapple
- 2 apples
- 1 lemon (peeled if not organic)
- 2 cucumbers
- 6 stalks celery or 1 small head of celery
- 1 head of romaine
- 1 small bunch cilantro (start with less, taste and add more)
- 1 small bunch mint
- 3 stalks chard or kale
- 1/2 tsp Chaga extract powder (optional but great for toxin detox)
Run each ingredient through a juicer one at a time. Stir well and serve. Best to drink on an empty stomach, ideally as your breakfast or before your breakfast.
Let me know if you love this juice as much as I do in the comments below. What’s your favorite way to use cilantro?