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Some fruits are really good for our health. In summer, one of them is ideal for cleansing your liver.

L'été approaches and with it the return of its seasonal fruits. Peach, apricot, cherry, strawberry, nectarine, melon… How better to enjoy than with this range of summer fruits. Especially since some are very good for your health. One of them is even ideal for dinner. damage the liver and digestive system. The liver performs multiple functions essential to the proper functioning of the body: it processes toxins and stores what is in excess. This is why it is important to maintain it, in particular by consuming fiber and antioxidants. 

Apricot checks all of these boxes since it is a fiber-rich fruit that contains vitamins A and C. Vitamin A is essential for cell renewal and to the proper functioning of the immune system. By fighting against oxidation, it also protects against premature aging. Gold according to the Ciqual table of nutritional composition of foods, two apricots provide approximately 34% of daily vitamin A needs. Thanks to à These antioxidants, apricot can also prevent cardiovascular disorders. In addition, it is one of the richest fruits in minerals, which is very important especially in summer. when perspiration is dense.

Toxin killer, this summer fruit is best for cleaning your liver and digestive system

Consumed fresh or dried, the apricot also retains its nutritional qualities. It also regulates intestinal transit, limiting constipation concerns. Anthony William, in his book The liver – Understanding and treating liver disorders , éd. Guy Trédaniel, advantages the merits of this food, as reported Medisite : & ;quot;easily assimilated, its vitamin A does not overload the liver and protects it from cellular damage. Its beneficial copper binds to toxic coppers present in the body. inside the liver and expels them.

Apricot is also quite low in calories. Nutritionist Jean-Michel Cohen, in an interview with Parisien, explained; that this fruit &agrav; core contained only 9% sugar compared to 14% for plums or 15% for cherries.

Apricots must, however, be eaten quickly: they only last two or three days at a time. the open air and sheltered from the sun and up to five days in the water tank. vegetables from the refrigerator. To choose them well, you need to make sure that they are orange, fragrant and have smooth skin. Other fruits are also recommended for the liver, such as peach, lemon or even grapefruit. , fried foods, alcohol, sodas and processed foods are bad for the liver.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116