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If you’re still feeling a little sluggish after the holiday season, consider trying Saipin Chutima’s Thai cleanse.
If you’re still feeling a little sluggish after the holiday season, consider trying Saipin Chutima’s Thai cleanse. The Las Vegas chef of Lotus of Siam says that the cleanse helps flush the liver and gall bladder of toxins. Here, her instructions:
“The first day, you go on a light fast. You drink hot water mixed with lemon and honey in the morning, and raw vegetables. I grow a few veggies in the backyard, so we eat those since they’re organic. The second day, I make a drink of blended herbs and water that helps clean out your body. You drink juices throughout the day. The third day you have to drink a mix of olive oil, lime juice, honey and hot water.”
If that sounds a bit too intense for you, try one of F&W’s healthy and delicious post-holiday detox recipes.