Detox Cocktail Recipes

Mod­ern soci­ety strives for ideals. We try to be more beau­ti­ful, lean­er, slim­mer, fit­ter, etc. But at the same time, we do not want to deny our­selves some­thing. Most of all, this applies to alco­hol, junk food and oth­er things. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, our body does not take such “indul­gences” very well, because it is dif­fi­cult for it to cope with all the harm­ful sub­stances that come from mal­nu­tri­tion. What to do in such cas­es?

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That is why detox was invent­ed — cleans­ing the body of every­thing super­flu­ous. True, the ben­e­fits of such pro­ce­dures have not yet been proven, but it is gain­ing momen­tum among mod­ern girls and women more and more every day.

There are many ready-made detox shakes, but we rec­om­mend mak­ing your own. Thus, you will know about all the com­po­nents of the drink and you will not have to wor­ry that there are harm­ful addi­tives. In addi­tion, mak­ing such a cock­tail your­self is much cheap­er. There are dif­fer­ent detox pro­grams, but the clas­sic ver­sion con­sists of two dif­fer­ent shakes to be tak­en in the morn­ing and evening. We leave you sim­ple and quick recipes:

Morning and evening detox


  • Water — 400 ml;
  • Hon­ey — 10 g;
  • Lemon juice — 30 ml;
  • 1 clove of gar­lic;
  • 2 toma­toes;
  • Cin­na­mon — 2 g;
  • Ground gin­ger — 2 g.

Cooking method:

From these ingre­di­ents, as we have already said, two cock­tails will be pre­pared: one for the morn­ing recep­tion, and the sec­ond for the evening.

  1. Bring half of the pre­vi­ous­ly pre­pared water to a boil, and then squeeze the juice from the lemons.
  2. Mix togeth­er a spoon­ful of lemon juice, gin­ger, hon­ey and cin­na­mon. Mix them and pour boil­ing water over them.

Once it’s all at room tem­per­a­ture, your morn­ing smooth­ie is ready. It is bet­ter to drink it all at once an hour before break­fast.

Now we are prepar­ing an evening detox.

  1. We wash the toma­toes, peel the gar­lic, and then fine­ly grind these ingre­di­ents and mix them with the rest of the lemon juice.
  2. Pour this mix­ture with cool water, and then beat with a blender.

The drink is ready. Drink it all before going to bed, but in no case do not eat after that, right up to the morn­ing (yes, it’s dif­fi­cult, but you can han­dle it).

What­ev­er it is, detox is not the step that comes to mind as soon as you wake up. You need to pre­pare for it in advance. About a week before the start of the pro­gram, try to min­i­mize the use of sweets, starchy foods, fat­ty foods in all meals. Avoid cof­fee, alco­hol and dairy prod­ucts alto­geth­er.

There are oth­er detox pro­grams as well. So I’ll leave you a cou­ple more recipes. It is very con­ve­nient that such cock­tails are pre­pared quite quick­ly. So make break­fast for the chil­dren, and be in time for work, and of course take care of your­self. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, not all of these drinks are deli­cious. But fruits and berries are always more pleas­ant. There­fore, the fol­low­ing recipe will def­i­nite­ly be to your lik­ing.

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Fruit and berry detox


  • Half a banana;
  • Black cur­rant, rasp­ber­ry, straw­ber­ry — 100 g;
  • Yogurt with­out addi­tives — 100 g;
  • Flaxseed oil — 5 ml;
  • Ground gin­ger — 5 g.

Cooking method:

  1. Wash the berries and peel the banana
  2. This is all sent to the blender bowl
  3. Sprin­kle this mix­ture with dried or fine­ly grat­ed fresh gin­ger.
  4. We put a spoon­ful of flaxseed oil there. Beat it all for 2–3 min­utes and pour over yogurt. Option­al­ly, you can add a spoon­ful of ground oat­meal.

If this is your first expe­ri­ence in cleans­ing the body, then 1–2 days of using such cock­tails will suf­fice. Over time, if you want, you can slight­ly increase the peri­od up to 3–5 days. Although you must remem­ber that every­thing should be in mod­er­a­tion. And here you should not over­do it either. After all, an exces­sive amount of fiber wash­es away oth­er use­ful and nec­es­sary sub­stances from our body. And this leads to prob­lems with diges­tion. Preg­nant and breast­feed­ing women, chil­dren under 18 years of age, such a pro­ce­dure is not rec­om­mend­ed.

But cit­rus fruits are the most effec­tive. Indeed, in secret, lemon juice is added not only for taste, but also in order to be a preser­v­a­tive. It helps keep food in the fridge longer.

Citrus detox cocktail


  • Orange;
  • Banana;
  • Half a grape­fruit;
  • ½ lemon;
  • Green tea with­out sug­ar — 250 ml;
  • Hon­ey — 10 g

Cooking method:

  1. An hour before cook­ing, brew green leaf tea and let it cool down calm­ly.
  2. Wash cit­rus fruits thor­ough­ly (it is bet­ter to use a brush). Squeeze the juice from the lemon, and peel the grape­fruit, oranges and banana and cut into large pieces.
  3. Trans­fer fruit to a blender and add hon­ey.
  4. Then beat it all, grad­u­al­ly adding green tea.

Now there is a huge vari­ety of smooth­ies. So that any per­son can choose the one that will be more to his lik­ing. And we are well aware that cock­tails with bananas, apples, berries have already become bor­ing for many. But the taste can be diver­si­fied with the help of oth­er fruits. For exam­ple, man­go, pas­sion fruit, kiwi, or caram­bo­la. We guar­an­tee you will love this drink!

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Exotic detox cocktail

This yum­my will appeal to lovers of the exot­ic.


  • Man­go — 80 g;
  • Lemon juice — 20 ml;
  • Straw­ber­ries — 75 g;
  • Ice — 120 g;
  • Caram­bo­la — 15 g;
  • Skimmed milk — 150 ml;
  • Pas­sion fruit — 100 g;
  • Hon­ey — 100 g.

Cooking method

  1. Divide the man­go pulp in half and then cut into small pieces.
  2. In one half of the pulp, add 20 g of hon­ey and lemon juice. Then quick­ly beat this mix­ture in a blender. In fact, you can cook with two halves at once, just pro­por­tion­al­ly dou­ble all the ingre­di­ents and then you will have enough for two dos­es. We drank one cock­tail, and send the sec­ond to the freez­er.
  3. Com­bine half of the fruit pulp with a spoon­ful of lemon juice and 20 g of hon­ey. Beat the mix­ture with a blender. You don’t have to make just one serv­ing of man­go puree. You can do a lot at once, and send the excess to the freez­er.
  4. We put the rest of the man­go into the blender, add an addi­tion­al 30 g of hon­ey there, add coconut or skimmed milk (50 ml) and pour the pre­vi­ous­ly pre­pared fruit puree.
  5. Also add 60 g of crushed ice to the blender bowl and beat it until smooth.

Use to your heart’s con­tent, but remem­ber that you need to do every­thing in mod­er­a­tion and detox cock­tails alone are not enough. Nutri­tion also plays a role.

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