Muslims in the Kingdom and the Islamic world celebrated the blessed Eid al-Adha, and meat and starches were strongly present on the dining table in these blessed days, and with that, many people needed a diet that helps improve digestion, as well as lose the extra weight that they may have gained thanks to the feast feasts.
There are some foods that help the body lose weight, improve digestion, as well as rid the body of toxins, and according to the “Only My Health” and “Web Medicine” websites, these foods are as follows:
Eating grapefruit helps in burning fat, as well as being rich in pantothenic acid, biotin, fiber and potassium, and other beneficial elements such as vitamins A, C and B1.
It is characterized by its ability to cleanse the body of toxins, by enhancing the liver’s ability to remove bad chemicals from the body, and it also fights cancer-causing chemicals.
Spinach is a good option for those who want to lose weight, as it is low in calories, and contains iron, magnesium, thiamine, folate, calcium, vitamins A, C, E and K, as well as flavonoids, which prevent the oxidation of cholesterol in the body.
Beets also detoxify the body thanks to their antioxidants, betaine and pectin fibers, and they are also rich in beneficial nutrients.
Apples are known for their ability to improve digestion, as well as rid the body of toxins because they are rich in soluble pectin fibers.
Avocados help improve digestion, reduce the risk of obesity, heart disease and diabetes thanks to their vitamins, minerals and other beneficial nutrients, as well as contain antioxidants that help rid the body of toxins.
Leafy green vegetables are one of the foods that contribute to improving the digestion process, because they contain sulfokinophos, which feeds healthy bacteria in the stomach, thus improving digestion.